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German Translation of 'pieces'



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pieces of hair
[UK: piːsiz ɔf hɛər]
pieces of poetry
[UK: piːsiz ɔf pouitriː]
pieces of prose
[UK: piːsiz ɔf prouz]
pieces of thinly cut potato
[UK: piːsiz ɔf θinliː kʌt pɔteitou]
art of creating timepieces
[UK: ɑːt ɔf kriːeitiŋ taimpiːsiz]
be broken into pieces
[UK: ɑːt ɔf kriːeitiŋ taimpiːsiz]
be smashed into pieces
[UK: ɑːt ɔf kriːeitiŋ taimpiːsiz]
be torn into small pieces
[UK: ɑːt ɔf kriːeitiŋ taimpiːsiz]
being torn to pieces
[UK: biːiŋ tɔːn tou piːsiz]
blown to pieces
[UK: bloun tou piːsiz]
break apart into small pieces
[UK: breik əpɑːt intə smɔːl piːsiz]
break in pieces
[UK: breik in piːsiz]
break into pieces
[UK: breik intə piːsiz]
break into small pieces
[UK: breik intə smɔːl piːsiz]
breaking into small pieces
[UK: breikiŋ intə smɔːl piːsiz]
breaking up into small pieces
[UK: breikiŋ ʌp intə smɔːl piːsiz]
broke into small pieces
[UK: broukθruː intə smɔːl piːsiz]
broken into pieces
[UK: broukən intə piːsiz]
broken to pieces
[UK: broukən tou piːsiz]
chain attached to eyepieces
[UK: broukən tou piːsiz]
chocolate smashed into pieces
[UK: tʃoukəleit smæʃt intə piːsiz]
chop into little pieces
[UK: tʃɔp intə litl piːsiz]
come off in small pieces
[UK: kʌm ɔf in smɔːl piːsiz]
cover with small shiny pieces
[UK: kʌvər wið smɔːl ʃainiː piːsiz]
covered with small bright pieces
[UK: kʌvəd wið smɔːl brait piːsiz]
crack the heart into pieces
[UK: kræk ðiː hɑːt intə piːsiz]
crumble into small pieces
[UK: kræk ðiː hɑːt intə piːsiz]
cut bread into thin pieces
[UK: kʌt bred intə θin piːsiz]
cut into two separate pieces
[UK: kʌt intə twou sepəreit piːsiz]
cut up in pieces
[UK: kʌt ʌp in piːsiz]
cuts into pieces
[UK: kʌts intə piːsiz]
cutting into pieces
[UK: kʌtiŋæŋgl intə piːsiz]
divide into two equal pieces
[UK: kʌtiŋæŋgl intə piːsiz]
fallen to pieces
[UK: fælən tou piːsiz]
fowling pieces
[UK: fauliŋ piːsiz]
go to pieces
[UK: fauliŋ piːsiz]
going to pieces
[UK: gouiŋælɔŋ tou piːsiz]
gone to pieces
[UK: gɔn tou piːsiz]
having multiple pieces
[UK: gɔn tou piːsiz]
headpieces
[UK: hedpiːsiz]
in pieces
[UK: in piːsiz]
lacking horizontal crosspieces
[UK: in piːsiz]
made of small pieces
[UK: meid ɔf smɔːl piːsiz]
masterpieces
[UK: mɑːstəpiːsiz]
mouthpieces
[UK: mauθpiːsiz]
number of pieces
[UK: nʌmbərɔf ɔf piːsiz]
one who composes operatic pieces
[UK: wʌn hou kəmpouziz ɔpərætik piːsiz]
onion cut into small pieces
[UK: ʌniən kʌt intə smɔːl piːsiz]
pick to pieces
[UK: pikæks tou piːsiz]
pound to pieces
[UK: pikæks tou piːsiz]
pulling into pieces
[UK: puliŋ intə piːsiz]
pulling to pieces
[UK: puliŋ tou piːsiz]
pulls to pieces
[UK: pulz tou piːsiz]
reduced to small pieces
[UK: ridjuːsteʃəlɔnfɔːm tou smɔːl piːsiz]
reduces to small pieces
[UK: ridjuːsiz tou smɔːl piːsiz]
rip into pieces
[UK: rip intə piːsiz]
separate into pieces
[UK: sepəreit intə piːsiz]
separating into pieces
[UK: sepəreitiŋ intə piːsiz]
shattering into pieces
[UK: ʃætəriŋ intə piːsiz]
shoot to pieces
[UK: ʃuːt tou piːsiz]
shot to pieces
[UK: ʃɔt tou piːsiz]
show pieces
[UK: ʃou piːsiz]
showpieces
[UK: ʃoupisiz]
side pieces
[UK: said piːsiz]
small pieces
[UK: smɔːl piːsiz]
smash into pieces
[UK: smæʃ intə piːsiz]


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