[piːs]     [piːs]    
  • n. 件;篇;片;块;作品;碎片
  • v. 修补;拼合,凑合
pieced pieced piecing pieces



n. (名词)
  1. 一件,一块,一个,一匹,一卷,一片,一张,一篇,一首
  2. 钱币
  3. 作品
  4. 棋子
  5. 部分
  6. 篇,曲,片
  7. 单位
  8. 部件
  9. 碎片
v. (动词)
  1. 修补,修理
  2. 拼凑,拼合,凑合,凑成,(拼凑)串成
  3. 接,补,添补
  4. 【纺】接头
  5. 吃零食,不在正餐时吃,零吃
  6. 联结,联接
  7. 突破
  8. 结合,联合
  9. 补缀
  10. 组合资料


n. (名词)
  1. [C]片,块,段,件 a single object that is an example of a kind or class, or that forms part of a set
  2. [C]断片,碎块 a part of anything solid which is separated, broken, or marked off from a larger part of a whole body
  3. [C]部分,部件 any of many parts made to be fitted together
v. (动词)
  1. vt. 凑合; 凑成 put parts together; make (sth) by joining
  2. vt. 修补,补缀 mend or repair


  1. a separate part of a whole;

    "an important piece of the evidence"

  2. an item that is an instance of some type;

    "he designed a new piece of equipment"
    "she bought a lovely piece of china"

  3. a portion of a natural object;

    "they analyzed the river into three parts"
    "he needed a piece of granite"

  4. a musical work that has been created;

    "the composition is written in four movements"

  5. an instance of some kind;

    "it was a nice piece of work"
    "he had a bit of good luck"

  6. an artistic or literary composition;

    "he wrote an interesting piece on Iran"
    "the children acted out a comic piece to amuse the guests"

  7. a portable gun;

    "he wore his firearm in a shoulder holster"

  8. a serving that has been cut from a larger portion;

    "a piece of pie"
    "a slice of bread"

  9. a distance;

    "it is down the road a piece"

  10. a work of art of some artistic value;

    "this store sells only objets d'art"
    "it is not known who created this piece"

  11. a period of indeterminate length (usually short) marked by some action or condition;

    "he was here for a little while"
    "I need to rest for a piece"
    "a spell of good weather"
    "a patch of bad weather"

  12. a share of something;

    "a slice of the company's revenue"

  13. game equipment consisting of an object used in playing certain board games;

    "he taught me to set up the men on the chess board"
    "he sacrificed a piece to get a strategic advantage"

  1. to join or unite the pieces of;

    "patch the skirt"

  2. create by putting components or members together;

    "She pieced a quilt"
    "He tacked together some verses"
    "They set up a committee"

  3. join during spinning;

    "piece the broken pieces of thread, slivers, and rovings"

  4. eat intermittently; take small bites of;

    "He pieced at the sandwich all morning"
    "She never eats a full meal--she just nibbles"

  5. repair by adding pieces;

    "She pieced the china cup"



用作名词 (n.)
  1. The book is a fine piece of scholarship.
  2. This is an elegant piece of writing.
  3. Would you please give me a piece of paper?
  4. I think I can do with one more piece.
  5. It's a good piece of word, except for a few slight faults.


用作名词 (n.)
all of a piece with
    类似,完全相同 all the same as
give a piece of one's mind
    责备〔申斥〕某人 tell sb angrily what one thinks of them
    give sb a piece of one's mind

    I'm going to give that little rascal a piece of my mind when I catch him!


    If she does that again I'll really give her a piece of my mind.


go (all) to pieces
    (因恐惧悲伤等)垮下来 lose the ability to think or act clearly because of fear, sorrow, etc.
pick to pieces
    严厉批评; 对…吹毛求疵 criticize harshly; find fault
    pick sb/sth to pieces

    They picked the play to pieces.


    Instead of just sitting there picking other people to pieces, why don't you get on with your own work?


pick up the pieces
    〈非正〉收拾残局; 重整旗鼓 save sth after failure; do one's best to find or make some result
pull to pieces
    〈非正〉收拾残局; 重整旗鼓 save sth after failure; do one's best to find or make some result
say one's piece
    直言不讳,大发牢骚 say what one wants to or has planned to say, especially in a way that is annoying or unwelcome to others
用作动词 (v.)
piece out (v.+adv.)
    把…拼合〔凑〕起来 join; add the separate parts of (sth) into a whole
    piece sth ⇔ out (from sth)

    They pieced out a meal from leftovers.


    He pieced out a chain of evidence and pointed out the fact.


piece together (v.+adv.)
    把…拼合〔凑〕起来 join; add the separate parts of (sth) into a whole
    piece sth ⇔ together

    They pieced together the broken vase.


    The policeman tried to piece together the facts.


    We managed to piece together the truth from several sketchy accounts.



用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词
用作动词 (v.)
~+名词 ~+副词 ~+介词


  • He slit the paper into about five pieces.

    出自: G. K. Chesterton
  • Still wearing dated, conventional two-piece outfits.

    出自:Daily Telegraph
  • I will piece her opulant throne with kingdoms.

    出自:Anthony Cleopatra , Shakespeare





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