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Sinónimos de piece en inglés:


  • 1 a piece of cheese a piece of wood
    bit, section, slice, chunk, segment, lump, hunk;
    wedge, slab, knob, block, cake, bar, tablet, brick, cube, stick, length;
    mouthful, morsel
    British informal wodge
  • 2 his ability to take a clock to pieces
  • 3 a piece of furniture a vital piece of evidence
    example, specimen, sample, instance, illustration, occurrence, case
  • 4 he gets $16 million plus a piece of the profit
    share, slice, portion, quota, part, bit, percentage, amount, quantity, ration, fraction, division, subdivision;
    allocation, allotment, measure, apportionment
    informal cut, whack, rake-off
    rare quantum, moiety
  • 5 one of the finest pieces is a Tuscan vase a piece of music
    musical work, composition, creation, production, opus
  • 6 the reporter who wrote the piece
  • 7 the pieces on a chess board
    token, counter, man, disc, chip, marker
  • Frases

    come/fall to pieces
    one large transport came to pieces in space it splintered loudly and fell to pieces under his weight
    break up, break, break open/apart, shatter, splinter, fracture, burst apart, explode, blow apart, implode;
    disintegrate, fall apart, collapse, break down, tumble down;
    smash, smash to smithereens
    informal bust
    technical spall
    rare shiver
    give a piece of one's mind to
    I'm going to confront my brother and give him a piece of my mind
    reprimand, rebuke, scold, admonish, reprove, upbraid, chastise, chide, censure, castigate, lambaste, berate, lecture, criticize, take to task, read the Riot Act to, haul over the coals
    informal tell off, give someone a telling-off, dress down, give someone a dressing-down, bawl out, pitch into, lay into, lace into, blow up at, give someone an earful, give someone a roasting, give someone a rocket, give someone a rollicking
    North American informal chew out, ream out
    British vulgar slang bollock, give someone a bollocking
    go/fall to pieces
    he went to pieces when his wife died
    have a (mental/nervous) breakdown, break down, go out of one's mind, crack, snap, lose control, lose one's head, fall apart
    British informal go into a (flat) spin
    in one piece
  • 1 I checked my camera to see if it was still in one piece
  • 2 I'll bring her back in one piece
    unhurt, uninjured, unscathed, safe, safe and sound
  • in pieces
  • 1 the dish lay in pieces on the floor
    broken, in bits, shattered, smashed, in smithereens
    informal bust
  • 2 this man's only ambition appeared to be to cut him in pieces
    apart, up, to pieces
    literary asunder
  • (all) of a piece
    the rounded-off curves of the figure's body make her seem of a piece with the curlicued chair the first three objections are all of a piece
    [Antónimos] different, unlike
    similar, alike, (exactly) the same, indistinguishable, undistinguishable, identical, uniform, of the same kind, twin, interchangeable, undifferentiated, homogeneous, cut from the same cloth, consistent, unvarying;
    informal like (two) peas in a pod, much of a muchness, (like) Tweedledum and Tweedledee
    piece of the action
    when great new technologies come along, everybody wants a piece of the action
    share, portion, bit, cut, quota, percentage;
    informal whack, slice of the cake, rake-off
    piece of cake
    a career is a piece of cake compared to this being a single mother isn't the piece of cake she thought it would be
    easy task, easy job, child's play, nothing, five-finger exercise, gift, walkover, sinecure
    informal breeze, doddle, walk in the park, picnic, money for old rope, money for jam, cinch, sitter, kids' stuff, cushy job/number, doss, cakewalk, pushover
    North American informal duck soup, snap
    Australian/New Zealand informal bludge, snack
    South African informal a piece of old tackie
    British vulgar slang a piece of piss
    dated snip
    tear/pull someone/something to pieces
    theatre critics would tear the production to pieces
    criticize, attack, censure, condemn, denigrate, find fault with, give a bad press to, pillory, maul, lambaste, flay, savage
    British informal slate, rubbish, slag off, monster
    North American informal pummel, cut up
    Australian/New Zealand informal bag
    rare excoriate


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    piece something together
    it might be possible to piece the photographs together investigators are now trying to piece together what happened
    put together, assemble, compose, construct, join up, fit together, join, unite, reassemble, reconstruct, put back together, mend, repair, patch up, sew (up);
    build up a picture/impression of
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