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1    an amount or portion forming a separate mass or structure; bit  
a piece of wood     
2    a small part, item, or amount forming part of a whole, esp. when broken off or separated  
a piece of bread     
3    a length by which a commodity is sold, esp. cloth, wallpaper, etc.  
4    an instance or occurrence  
a piece of luck     
5    Slang   a girl or woman regarded as an object of sexual attraction  
a nice piece     
6    an example or specimen of a style or type, such as an article of furniture  
a beautiful piece of Dresden china     
7    Informal   an opinion or point of view  
to state one's piece     
8    a literary, musical, or artistic composition  
9    a coin having a value as specified  
fifty-pence piece     
10    a small object, often individually shaped and designed, used in playing certain games, esp. board games  
chess pieces     
a    a firearm or cannon  
b    (in combination)  
12    any chessman other than a pawn  
13      (U.S. and Canadian)   a short time or distance  
down the road a piece     
14      (Scot. and English)  
a    a slice of bread or a sandwich  
b    a packed lunch taken to work, school, etc.  
15    usually pl     (Austral. and N.Z.)   fragments of fleece wool  
   See also       oddment       2  
16    give someone a piece of one's mind  
Informal   to criticize or censure someone frankly or vehemently  
17    go to pieces  
a    (of a person) to lose control of oneself; have a breakdown  
b    (of a building, organization, etc.) to disintegrate  
18    nasty piece of work     (Brit)  
informal   a cruel or mean person  
19    of a piece   of the same kind; alike  
20    piece of cake  
Informal   something easily obtained or achieved  
      vb   tr  
21    often foll by: together   to fit or assemble piece by piece  
22    often foll by: up   to patch or make up (a garment) by adding pieces  
23      (Textiles)   to join (broken threads) during spinning,   (See also)        piece out  
     (C13 pece, from Old French, of Gaulish origin; compare Breton pez piece, Welsh peth portion)  

cane piece  
      n   (in the Caribbean) a field of sugar cane, esp. a peasant's isolated field  
conversation piece  
1    something, esp. an unusual object, that provokes conversation  
2    (esp. in 18th-century Britain) a group portrait in a landscape or domestic setting  
3    a play emphasizing dialogue  
costume piece  
      n   any theatrical production, film, television presentation, etc., in which the performers wear the costumes of a former age,   (Also called)    costume drama  
      n     (Austral. and N.Z)   hand-held, power-operated shears used by a shearer  
   See also       comb       3  
museum piece  
1    an object of sufficient age or interest to be kept in a museum  
2    Informal   a person or thing regarded as antiquated or decrepit  
1    (of a garment, esp. a bathing costume) made in one piece  
2    a garment, esp. a bathing costume, made in one piece  
period piece  
      n   an object, a piece of music, a play, etc., valued for its quality of evoking a particular historical period: often one regarded as of little except historical interest  
pièce de résistance     (French)  
1    the principal or most outstanding item in a series or creative artist's work  
2    the main dish of a meal  
     (lit: piece of resistance)  
      adj   (of fabric) dyed after weaving  
   Compare       yarn-dyed  
piece goods  
      pl n   goods, esp. fabrics, made in standard widths and lengths,   (Also called)    yard goods  
piece of eight  
      n   pl   , pieces of eight   a former Spanish coin worth eight reals; peso  
piece out  
      vb   tr, adv  
1    to extend by adding pieces  
2    to cause to last longer by using only a small amount at a time  
to piece out rations     
piece rate  
      n   a fixed rate paid according to the quantity produced  
pole piece  
      n     (Electrical engineering)   a piece of ferromagnetic material forming an extension of the magnetic circuit in an electric motor, etc., used to concentrate the magnetic field where it will be most effective  
set piece  
1    a work of literature, music, etc., often having a conventional or prescribed theme, intended to create an impressive effect  
2    a piece of scenery built to stand independently as part of a stage set  
3    a display of fireworks  
4      (Sport)   a rehearsed team manoeuvre, usually attempted in continuous games at a restart of play, esp. when the other side has been penalized for improper play  
straining piece   , beam  
      n   a horizontal tie beam that connects the top of two queen posts of a roof truss  
      n      a variant spelling of       T-piece  
1    having three pieces, esp. (of a suit, suite, etc.) consisting of three matching parts  
2    a three-piece suite, suit, etc.  
      n   a strut or part shaped like a T  
1    consisting of two separate parts, usually matching, as of a garment  
2    such an outfit  
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hin, often tapered piece of material, such as wood, stone, or metal, used to fill gaps, make something level, or adjust something to fit properly
After gay bum sex, a 'Denby' is a small piece of poo left on the cock, from an unclean anus.
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1. using copyright law to make a piece of work freely available and allowing its free distribution and modification (as long as its derivate versions follow the same copyright rules)
something is easy to do
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