Learn how to say A Piece Of correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.
Oxford dictionary definition of the word piece:
1a portion of an object or of material, produced by cutting, tearing, or breaking the whole:
a piece of cheese
the dish lay in pieces on the floor
an item used in constructing something:
take a car to pieces
an item forming part of a set:
a piece of luggage
a financial share:
each employee owns a piece of the company
2a written, musical, or artistic creation:
a haunting piece of music
3an instance or example:
a crucial piece of evidence
4 [with modifier] a coin of specified value:
a 10p piece
5a figure or token used to make moves in a board game:
a chess piece
Chess a king, queen, bishop, knight, or rook, as opposed to a pawn:
indicate which piece or pawn is taken
6 informal, chiefly North American a firearm.
7 informal, offensive a woman.
8Scottish a sandwich or other item of food taken as a snack.
1 (piece something together) assemble something from parts or pieces:
the dinosaur was pieced together from 119 bones
slowly make sense of something from separate pieces of evidence:
Daniel had pieced the story together from the radio
2 (piece something out) archaic extend something:
his coming and assisting them was like a cordial given to a dying man, which doth piece out his life
3 archaic patch (something):
if it be broken it must be pieced