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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Chronology
timepiecetime‧piece /ˈtaɪmpiːs/ noun [countable]  old useTMC a clock or watch
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timepieceThe weight of the badge became a timepiece, measuring a basic cycle.An example: Watchmaking changed relatively little for more than a century, and timepieces were sold in watch and jewelry shops.It's more like clock-a-block for timepiece collector and repairer, Sandra Pember.This fun timepiece features a talking alarm, a one-year guarantee and a long-life battery.The chronograph is the timepiece of choice for today's active man-on-the-go.The case may have hidden the whirligig aspects of the timepiece.His brother James helped, though neither one of them signed the timepiece, strangely enough.Use some pebbles to make a clock Transform a collection of stones from the beach into a unique timepiece.
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