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Piece
speaker
Common
noun
A part of a
whole,
in such a form that it
be
from other
.
In Chess:
One of the
used in
,
a higher-value
as
from a
;
, a
etc. in other
.
In Military:
In American English:
A
.
In American English & Canadian English:
A
or
,
when
by a
.
In American English, British English, Irish English & Scottish English:
A
or other
of
,
on its own; a
or
.
⚠️
In American English:
⚠️
In American English:
A
or
(usually
to
products like
or
).
In American English:
In Baseball:
Used to
a
that has been
but not well,
either being
by the
or
.
used in
with get.
⚠️
An
; a person.
In American English:
In Rowing:
A
, often used for performance
.
An
of work to be
; a
of
.
verb
To
(something
or
).
To make,
, or
, by the
or
; to
; often with out.
To
a work of
more
than a
.
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Lineage
piece
English
arrow
pece
Middle English (1100-1500)
arrow
pais
Old French (842-ca. 1400)
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pax
Latin
peece
Anglo-Norman
piece
Old French (842-ca. 1400)
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