piece (noun) LISTEN
A piece is a part of something.
- A piece of my bike fell off.
- Would you like a piece of pizza?
We also use piece with some words when we are talking about one thing, or when we say a number. For example, we say, “I have some paper,” but, “I have two pieces of paper.”
- That’s a nice piece of furniture.
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When a country is at peace, it means that it isn’t fighting a war. For example, “One day, I hope there will be world peace.”
When something is very easy, we sometimes say that it is a piece of cake. For example, “That test was a piece of cake.”
In pop culture
In the Japanese art of origami, you can make animals and other things from pieces of paper. It’s not very easy! In this video, you can see how to make a paper bird. Do you think you can make it?
There are other meanings of piece.
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