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pièce de résistance
American English: /piˌɛs də rəˌziˈstɑns/
British English: /ˌpjɛs də reɪˈzɪstɒ̃s/

Translation of pièce de résistance in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • The pièce de résistance, though, was a gargantuan platter of seafood overflowing with everything from lobster all the way down to razorfish.
    • After a spot of bird-watching in the Bharatpur avian sanctuary, you'll travel to see the pièce de résistance, the Taj Mahal.
    • I selected the fillet of red mullet as a warm-up to the pièce de résistance - the pigeon de bresse.

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