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piv USA: paɪ' UK: paɪ
piadj USA: paɪ' UK: paɪ
pianistnoun USA: piː'ʌ·nʌ·st UK: pɪənɪst
pianonoun USA: piː·æ'nʌ· UK: pjɑnoʊ
pianonoun USA: piː·æ'nʌ· UK: pjɑnoʊ
piano accordionnoun USA: piː·æ'nʌ· ʌ·kɔː'rdiː·ʌ·n UK: pjɑnoʊ əkɔːdɪən
piano concertoexp USA: piː·æ'nʌ· kʌ·ntʃe'rtoʊ· UK: pjɑnoʊ kəntʃeətoʊ
piano keyexp USA: piː·æ'nʌ· kiː' UK: pjɑnoʊ kiː
piano organnoun USA: piː·æ'nʌ· ɔː'rgʌ·n UK: pjɑnoʊ ɔːgən
piano piecesexp USA: piː·æ'nʌ· piː'sʌ·z UK: pjɑnoʊ piːsɪz
pianofortenoun UK: pɪænoʊfɔːtiː
pianolanoun UK: pɪənoʊlə
piasternoun UK: pɪæstər
piastrenoun UK: pɪæstər
piazzanoun USA: piː·æ'zʌ· UK: pɪætsə
picanoun USA: paɪ'kʌ· UK: paɪkə
picaresque novelexp UK: pɪkəresk nɔvl
picayunenoun USA: pɪ"kiː·yuː'n
picayuneadj USA: pɪ"kiː·yuː'n
piccaninnynoun UK: pɪkənɪniː
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