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piece

noun [C] (PART) 部分     /piːs/
a part of something 塊;片;段;碎片;碎塊 a piece of cloth torn from her coat 從她大衣上撕下的一塊布 He cut the cake into six pieces. 他把蛋糕切成六塊。 This jigsaw puzzle has two pieces missing. 這個拼圖玩具少了兩塊。 The vase lay on the floor in pieces (= broken into small parts). 花瓶碎片散落一地。 She tried to break/tear a small piece off the edge. 她試圖從邊緣撕下一小塊。 The building was taken apart and reassembled piece by piece (= one part after another) in America. 房子被拆解,在美國又一塊塊地重新拼搭起來。 Words meaning small pieces and amounts
in one piece
as a single thing and not divided into smaller pieces 整個地,完整地 We want to sell the business in one piece. 我們想把公司整個賣掉。 Complete and wholeVery and extreme
come/fall to pieces
to break apart into smaller parts 成為碎片 The glass must have been cracked - it just fell to pieces in my hand. 玻璃杯肯定有裂縫——杯子一到我手上就碎了。 His clothes were dirty and falling to pieces. 他的衣服又髒又破。 Tearing and breaking into pieces
(Definition of piece noun (PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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