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pan·el

 (păn′əl)
n.
1. A flat, usually rectangular piece forming a raised, recessed, or framed part of the surface in which it is set.
2. The space or section in a fence or railing between two posts.
3. A vertical section of fabric; a gore.
4.
a. A thin wooden board, used as a surface for an oil painting.
b. A painting on such a board.
5.
a. A board having switches or buttons to control an electric device.
b. An instrument panel.
6. A section of a telephone switchboard.
7. A cartoon drawing in a sequence of cartoons that form a narrative.
8. Law
a. The complete list of persons summoned for jury duty.
b. Those persons chosen from this list to constitute a pool from which a jury or juries will be selected for a particular court.
c. A jury.
9.
a. A group of people gathered to plan or discuss an issue, judge a contest, or act as a team on a radio or television quiz program.
b. A discussion by such a group.
tr.v. pan·eled, pan·el·ing, pan·els or pan·elled or pan·el·ling
1. To cover or furnish with panels.
2. To decorate with panels.
3. To separate into panels.

[Middle English, piece of cloth, from Old French, probably from Vulgar Latin *pannellus, diminutive of Latin pannus, cloth; see pan- in Indo-European roots.]

panel

(ˈpænəl)
n
1. a flat section of a wall, door, etc
2. any distinct section or component of something formed from a sheet of material, esp of a car body, the spine of a book, etc
3. (Knitting & Sewing) a piece of material inserted in a skirt, dress, etc
4. (Broadcasting)
a. a group of persons selected to act as a team in a quiz, to judge a contest, to discuss a topic before an audience, etc
b. (as modifier): a panel game.
5. a public discussion by such a group: a panel on public health.
6. (Law) law
a. a list of persons summoned for jury service
b. the persons on a specific jury
7. (Law) Scots law a person indicted or accused of crime after appearing in court
8. (Art Terms)
a. a thin board used as a surface or backing for an oil painting
b. a painting done on such a surface
9. (Art Terms) any picture with a length much greater than its breadth
10. (Automotive Engineering) See instrument panel
11. (Mechanical Engineering) See instrument panel
12. (Medicine) (formerly, in Britain)
a. a list of patients insured under the National Health Insurance Scheme
b. a list of medical practitioners within a given area available for consultation by these patients
13. on the panel informal Brit receiving sickness benefit, esp from the government
vb (tr) , -els, -elling or -elled, -els, -eling or -eled
14. to furnish or decorate with panels
15. to divide into panels
16. (Law) law
a. to empanel (a jury)
b. (in Scotland) to bring (a person) to trial; indict
[C13: from Old French: portion, from pan piece of cloth, from Latin pannus; see pane1]

pan•el

(ˈpæn l)

n., v. -eled, -el•ing (esp. Brit.) -elled, -el•ling. n.
1. a distinct section of a wall, wainscot, door, etc., esp. one sunk below or raised above the surface or enclosed by a frame or border.
2. a comparatively thin, flat piece of wood or the like, as a large piece of plywood.
3. a group of persons gathered to conduct a public discussion, judge a contest, or the like: a panel of experts.
4.
a. a list of persons summoned for service as jurors.
b. the body of persons composing a jury.
c. (in Scotland) the person or persons arraigned for trial.
5. a surface on a machine on which controls and dials are mounted.
6. a switchboard or control board containing a set of related electrical cords, jacks, relays, etc.
7. a broad strip of material set vertically in or on a dress, skirt, etc.
8.
a. a flat piece of wood of varying kinds on which a picture is painted.
b. a picture painted on such a piece of wood.
9. a lateral subdivision of an airfoil with internal girder construction.
10. Engin. an area or section of a truss bounded by principal web members and chords.
11. a pad placed under a saddle.
v.t.
12. to arrange in or furnish with a panel.
13. to ornament with a panel or panels.
14. to set in a frame as a panel.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Old French: piece, diminutive of pan piece of cloth]
usage: See collective noun.

Panel

 a list of people; the people on such a list.
Examples: panel of experts; of interviewers; of judges; of jurymen; of patients.

panel


Past participle: panelled
Gerund: panelling

Imperative
panel
panel
Present
I panel
you panel
he/she/it panels
we panel
you panel
they panel
Preterite
I panelled
you panelled
he/she/it panelled
we panelled
you panelled
they panelled
Present Continuous
I am panelling
you are panelling
he/she/it is panelling
we are panelling
you are panelling
they are panelling
Present Perfect
I have panelled
you have panelled
he/she/it has panelled
we have panelled
you have panelled
they have panelled
Past Continuous
I was panelling
you were panelling
he/she/it was panelling
we were panelling
you were panelling
they were panelling
Past Perfect
I had panelled
you had panelled
he/she/it had panelled
we had panelled
you had panelled
they had panelled
Future
I will panel
you will panel
he/she/it will panel
we will panel
you will panel
they will panel
Future Perfect
I will have panelled
you will have panelled
he/she/it will have panelled
we will have panelled
you will have panelled
they will have panelled
Future Continuous
I will be panelling
you will be panelling
he/she/it will be panelling
we will be panelling
you will be panelling
they will be panelling
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been panelling
you have been panelling
he/she/it has been panelling
we have been panelling
you have been panelling
they have been panelling
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been panelling
you will have been panelling
he/she/it will have been panelling
we will have been panelling
you will have been panelling
they will have been panelling
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been panelling
you had been panelling
he/she/it had been panelling
we had been panelling
you had been panelling
they had been panelling
Conditional
I would panel
you would panel
he/she/it would panel
we would panel
you would panel
they would panel
Past Conditional
I would have panelled
you would have panelled
he/she/it would have panelled
we would have panelled
you would have panelled
they would have panelled
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.panel - sheet that forms a distinct (usually flat and rectangular) section or component of somethingpanel - sheet that forms a distinct (usually flat and rectangular) section or component of something
caisson, coffer, lacuna - an ornamental sunken panel in a ceiling or dome
footboard - a vertical board or panel forming the foot of a bedstead
headboard - a vertical board or panel forming the head of a bedstead
paneling, panelling, pane - a panel or section of panels in a wall or door
flat solid, sheet - a flat artifact that is thin relative to its length and width
wainscot, wainscoting, wainscotting - wooden panels that can be used to line the walls of a room
dado, wainscot - panel forming the lower part of an interior wall when it is finished differently from the rest of the wall
window - a transparent panel (as of an envelope) inserted in an otherwise opaque material
2.panel - a committee appointed to judge a competition
commission, committee - a special group delegated to consider some matter; "a committee is a group that keeps minutes and loses hours" - Milton Berle
3.panel - (law) a group of people summoned for jury service (from whom a jury will be chosen)
body - a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity; "the whole body filed out of the auditorium"; "the student body"; "administrative body"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
4.panel - a group of people gathered for a special purpose as to plan or discuss an issue or judge a contest etc
body - a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity; "the whole body filed out of the auditorium"; "the student body"; "administrative body"
panelist, panellist - a member of a panel
5.panel - a soft pad placed under a saddle
pad - a flat mass of soft material used for protection, stuffing, or comfort
6.panel - a piece of cloth that is generally triangular or tapering; used in making garments or umbrellas or sails
full skirt - a long skirt gathered at the waist
gaiter - a shoe covering the ankle with elastic gores in the sides
piece of cloth, piece of material - a separate part consisting of fabric
umbrella - a lightweight handheld collapsible canopy
7.panel - (computer science) a small temporary window in a graphical user interface that appears in order to request information from the user; after the information has been provided the user dismisses the box with `okay' or `cancel'
window - (computer science) a rectangular part of a computer screen that contains a display different from the rest of the screen
computer science, computing - the branch of engineering science that studies (with the aid of computers) computable processes and structures
graphical user interface, GUI - a user interface based on graphics (icons and pictures and menus) instead of text; uses a mouse as well as a keyboard as an input device
8.panel - electrical device consisting of a flat insulated surface that contains switches and dials and meters for controlling other electrical devicespanel - electrical device consisting of a flat insulated surface that contains switches and dials and meters for controlling other electrical devices; "he checked the instrument panel"; "suddenly the board lit up like a Christmas tree"
dashboard, fascia - instrument panel on an automobile or airplane containing dials and controls
electrical device - a device that produces or is powered by electricity
idiot light - a colored warning light on an instrument panel (as for low oil pressure)
Verb1.panel - decorate with panels; "panel the walls with wood"
adorn, decorate, grace, ornament, embellish, beautify - make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc.; "Decorate the room for the party"; "beautify yourself for the special day"
2.panel - select from a list; "empanel prospective jurors"
choose, pick out, select, take - pick out, select, or choose from a number of alternatives; "Take any one of these cards"; "Choose a good husband for your daughter"; "She selected a pair of shoes from among the dozen the salesgirl had shown her"

panel

noun
1. committee, group, team, body, council, board, dream team The panel of judges were unanimous in their decision.
2. console, board, dashboard, fascia The equipment was monitored from a central control panel.
Translations
لَوْحهَيْئَه مُحَلَّفين او مُسْتَشارين
deskadílpanelporotaskupina
panel
kadro
paneel
paneeli
borításfaborítás
dómnefnd; pallborîsumræîuhópurpanill, òil, òilja
apmuštas plokštėmisįsiuvasįsprūdaplokštėplokštės
ekspertu grupaielaidumspanelisžūrija
quadrinhoquadrovinheta
panel
ekipaopažpanelstikalna plošča
panelruta
kapı aynasıpanelpano

panel

[ˈpænl]
A. N
1. [of wall] → panel m; [of door] → entrepaño m; [of ceiling] → artesón m
2. [of instruments, switches] → tablero m
3. (Sew) → paño m (Art) → tabla f
4. [of judges, in a competition] → jurado m (TV, Rad) → panel m
5. (Brit) (Med) (formerly) → lista f de pacientes
B. VT [+ wall, door] → revestir con entrepaños de madera
C. CPD panel beater Ncarrocero/a m/f
panel beating Nchapistería f
panel discussion Nmesa f redonda
panel game Nprograma m concurso para equipos
panel pin Nclavo m de espiga

panel

[ˈpænəl] n
[wall, door] → panneau m
a wooden panel → un panneau de bois
(RADIO, TV) (for discussion)panel m; (for game)panel m d'invités
(= committee) → panel m
a panel of experts → un panel d'experts
a panel of judges → un panel de juges
an advisory panel → un panel consultatif
control panel
[skirt, dress] → panneau mpanel discussion n (on TV)débat m; (on radio)débat m; (in institute, organization)débat m
Dodds took part in a TV panel discussion with other candidates → Dodds a pris part à un débat télévisé avec d'autres candidats.
at a UN panel discussion → lors d'un débat des Nations uniespanel game njeu-débat m

panel

n
(= piece of wood)Platte f, → Tafel f; (in wainscoting, ceiling, door) → Feld nt; (Sew) → Streifen m, → Einsatz m; (Art) → Tafel f; (= painting)Tafelbild nt; (= part of a plane’s wing, fuselage)Verschalungs(bau)teil nt; (= part of bodywork of a car)Karosserieteil nt; door panel (on car) → Türblech nt; wing panel (on plane) → Tragfläche f
(of instruments, switches)Schalttafel f; instrument panelArmaturenbrett nt; (on machine) → Kontrolltafel f
(Jur, = list of names) → Geschworenenliste f; (Brit, Med) → ˜ Liste fder Kassenärzte
(of interviewers etc)Gremium nt; (in discussion) → Diskussionsrunde f; (in quiz) → Rateteam nt; a panel of expertsein Sachverständigengremium nt; on the panel tonight we have …als Teilnehmer der Diskussionsrunde/des Rateteams begrüßen wir heute Abend; a panel of judgeseine Jury
vt wall, ceilingtäfeln, paneelieren

panel

:
panel beater
nAutoschlosser(in) m(f)
panel-beating
n (= repair work)Ausbeulen nt
panel discussion
panel doctor
nKassenarzt m, → Kassenärztin f
panel game
nRatespiel nt

panel

:
panel pin
nStift m
panel sawLaubsäge f
panel truck
n (US) → Lieferwagen m

panel

[ˈpænl]
1. n
a. (gen) → pannello; (of triptych) → tavola; (of ceiling) → cassettone m; (of instruments, switches) → quadro
b. (Radio, TV) (of judges) → giuria; (of experts, researchers) → gruppo; (in market research) → panel m inv
2. vt (wall, door) → rivestire di or con pannelli

panel

(ˈpӕnl) noun
1. a flat, straight-sided piece of wood, fabric etc such as is put into a door, wall, dress etc. a door-panel.
2. a group of people chosen for a particular purpose eg to judge a contest, take part in a quiz or other game. I will ask some questions and the panel will try to answer them.
ˈpanelled adjective
made of or surrounded with panels (usually of wood). a panelled door; oak-panelled.
ˈpanelling noun
(wood used for) panels covering the walls of a room etc. oak panelling.
References in classic literature ?
There was one place where an eighteen-inch breadth of light masonry had been added to the verge of the path, and as there was a very sharp turn here, a panel of fencing had been set up there at some time, as a protection.
I must see the light of the unsnuffed candle wane on my employment; the shadows darken on the wrought, antique tapestry round me, and grow black under the hangings of the vast old bed, and quiver strangely over the doors of a great cabinet opposite--whose front, divided into twelve panels, bore, in grim design, the heads of the twelve apostles, each enclosed in its separate panel as in a frame; while above them at the top rose an ebon crucifix and a dying Christ.
He pointed to a panel of looking glass, in which Jane's figure was reflected at full length.
The Martian had crawled to my side and with staring eyes fixed on the single panel before us we waited in the silence of death.
I searched all over the outside for an aperture, a panel, or a manhole, to use a technical expression; but the lines of the iron rivets, solidly driven into the joints of the iron plates, were clear and uniform.
Three blows were struck upon the panel of the door.
He had a neat little cart, painted green, with a box of cigars depicted on each side panel, and an Indian chief, holding a pipe and a golden tobacco stalk, on the rear.
For my own part, although hardly a day passed while I remained upon the island that I did not witness some religious ceremony or other, it was very much like seeing a panel of 'Freemasons' making secret signs to each other; I saw everything, but could comprehend nothing.
It was an ordinary Parisian house, with a gateway, on one side of which was a glazed watch-box, with a sliding panel in the window, indicating a loge de concierge.
Then Fouquet pushed a bolt which displaced a panel that walled up the entrance, and prevented everything that passed in this apartment from being either seen or heard.
On passing the door of the front room (it was originally meant for a drawing-room but a bed for Blunt was put in there) I banged with my fist on the panel and shouted: "I am obliged to go out.
the great-coat was hanging over the panel, and hid the arms, so it did; otherwise, I am sure, I should have observed them, and the livery too; if the servant had not been in mourning, one should have known him by the livery.