piecenoun

  • ja断片、破片、一部
  • ena part that comes from something bigger, or a single object, amount, or example of a particular type or thing

Examples

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Today's a very special day for me.
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And it's really not about me.
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It's about my grandkids.
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It's about my great-grandkids.
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I can come back here when I'm 100.
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And I can find that piece of cement and say, "That's me.
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Look, kids, your daddy left that face hole."
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I don't know.
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It's a good feeling.
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So, Mr. Rastatter, what exactly does this job entail?
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The ad wasn't too clear.
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Mockolate.
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I'm sorry?
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Mockolate.
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It's a completely synthetic chocolate substitute.
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Ooh.
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Well, go ahead, try a piece.
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Yeah, we think that Mockolate is even better than chocolate.
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- Alright. - Mm-hmm.
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Mmm.
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Yeah?
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I'm just here in the plaza looking for... this.
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A half-eaten box of McNuggets?
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- Yup, it's my lunch. - Uh-huh.
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And what type of food is a McNugget?
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Some type of a... paella?
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You had to know that was a bad guess.
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Well, the point is, I needed my paella and I noticed the sky bridge.
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So I thought I might be of some help.
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But I'll just go back and stand next to a piece of police tape and do nothing.
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And are you involved in the wedding at all?
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- Not one bit. - No.
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Not one bit.
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I am a smart man.
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I don't wanna answer 1 question
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because when you do, you open yourself up to a variety of questions.
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So I just said, "Just make sure that I know where to walk and what color I'm wearing."
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I'm fine.
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I'm just gonna sign the check.
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I just want a piece of chicken, and I just want to walk down the aisle.
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That's it.
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Bradley, name 3 things that are small.
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A pea, rice, and a piece of hair.
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A piece of hair?
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- Like, a little piece of hair, you know. - Yeah.
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Like if you're trimming your beard, there's a little piece of hair.
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The Millennium Falcon.
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- No! - Yes!
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- No! - Yes!
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- How? - I don't know!
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Must've gotten knocked off the shelf or something.
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Look at it, shattered into a thousand pieces right there.
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All right, all right, you know what?
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This isn't funny anymore.
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There's something about me on that piece of paper.
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And I want to see it.
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No, you don't.
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Nancy?
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Come on, come on, come on—
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Hi, there.
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Another breakaway glass?
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You only have so many of those.
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You really gotta get it right.
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I think he got glass in his eye.
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Yeah, I think he did at one point.
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- Still kind of sharp — - It's not real glass, because it breaks away.
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- It breaks into small pieces. - Oh.
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- Yeah. - And they kind of rub against you.
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1.
The last kind we had were the cutdown swords.
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The purpose of that is that in post, in CGI, we can cut people's limbs off using an action.
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So, if I were to hold someone's hand here, draw the sword across, and do that,
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their hand can still be there
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without me having to actually drag a piece of metal, or even rubber, over their exposed arm.

Other meanings for piece...

piecenoun

  • ja〔美術・音楽・文学などの〕作品、曲
  • ensomething created by an artist, musician, or writer
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It's not fun.
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It's actually not fun.
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This piece of music is not fun to play.
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And over here, we have our most famous piece, "The Scream" by Edvard Munch.
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I love this piece. It speaks to me.
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You should play in public.
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Wow, thanks, you guys.
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Oh, I wanna play you another piece.
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So I do lots of painting.
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This is probably one of my favorite posters in my room,
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and I have 2 of my favorite art pieces that I've done.
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I gave them that gift as a joke, and it's above your bed.
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Where else would we put it?
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It's the most important piece of art that's ever been made.
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There's a potential crisis coming.
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There's a journalist looking into Cruises and there's a big piece coming.