[ mawr-soh ]
/ mɔrˈsoʊ /

noun, plural mor·ceaux [mawr-soh] /mɔrˈsoʊ/. French.

piece; morsel.
an excerpt or passage of poetry or music.


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British Dictionary definitions for morceau

/ French (mɔrso) /

noun plural -ceaux (-so)

a fragment or morsel
a short composition, esp a musical one

Word Origin for morceau

C18: from Old French: morsel
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