`one-,piece1 adjective
consisting of one piece of clothing or made from one piece of material, rather than separate parts
`one-,piece 2 noun count AMERICAN
a woman's BATHING SUIT (=a piece of clothing used for swimming) that consists of a single piece rather than two pieces

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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