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Translation of "piece" - English-Catalan dictionary

piece

noun
 
/piːs/
A2 an amount of something, or a part of something
tros
a piece of paper She cut the cake into eight pieces.
A2 one of a particular type of thing
unitat, peça
a piece of equipment It’s a beautiful piece of furniture.
B1 a single amount of a particular type of thing
tros, porció
I have an interesting piece of information for you.
something that has been created by an artist, musician, or writer
peça
a beautiful piece of music
fall to pieces to break into smaller parts
caure a trossos
These shoes are falling to pieces.
be a piece of cake informal to be very easy
ésser bufar i fer ampolles
The exam was a piece of cake.
give someone a piece of your mind to speak angrily to someone because they have done something wrong
cantar les veritats a algú
If he does that again I’m going to give him a piece of my mind.
(Definition of piece from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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