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pavilion
brilliant-cut gemstone

pa·vil·ion

(pə-vĭl′yən)
n.
1. An ornate tent.
2.
a. A light, sometimes ornamental roofed structure, used for amusement or shelter, as at parks or fairs: a picnic pavilion.
b. A usually temporary structure erected at a fair or show for use by an exhibitor: the French pavilion at the World's Fair.
c. A large structure housing sports or entertainment facilities; an arena.
3. A structure or another building connected to a larger building; an annex.
4. One of a group of related buildings forming a complex, as of a hospital.
5. The lower surface of a brilliant-cut gem, slanting outward from the culet to the girdle.
tr.v. pa·vil·ioned, pa·vil·ion·ing, pa·vil·ions
1. To cover or furnish with or as if with a pavilion.
2. To put in or as if in a pavilion.

[Middle English pavilon, from Old French pavillon, from Late Latin pāpiliō, pāpiliōn-, butterfly, tent (a tent being so called because the flaps at the entrance of a tent when drawn apart resemble the outspread wings of a butterfly), from Latin, butterfly; see pāl- in the Appendix of Indo-European roots.]

pavilion

(pəˈvɪljən)
n
1. (General Sporting Terms) Brit a building at a sports ground, esp a cricket pitch, in which players change
2. (Architecture) a summerhouse or other decorative shelter
3. (Architecture) a building or temporary structure, esp one that is open and ornamental, for housing exhibitions
4. (Historical Terms) a large ornate tent, esp one with a peaked top, as used by medieval armies
5. (Architecture) one of a set of buildings that together form a hospital or other large institution
6. (Jewellery) one of four main facets on a brilliant-cut stone between the girdle and the culet
vb (tr)
7. to place or set in or as if in a pavilion: pavilioned in splendour.
8. to provide with a pavilion or pavilions
[C13: from Old French pavillon canopied structure, from Latin pāpiliō butterfly, tent]

pa•vil•ion

(pəˈvɪl yən)

n.
1. a light, usu. open building, used for concerts, exhibits, etc.
2. any of a number of separate or attached buildings forming a hospital or the like.
3. a projecting element of a building facade, esp. at the center or ends, usu. suggesting a tower.
4. a tent, esp. a large and elaborate one.
5. Also called base. the part of a cut gem below the girdle.
[1250–1300; Middle English pavilon < Old French paveillon < Latin pāpiliōnem, acc. of pāpiliō butterfly]

pavilion


Past participle: pavilioned
Gerund: pavilioning

Imperative
pavilion
pavilion
Present
I pavilion
you pavilion
he/she/it pavilions
we pavilion
you pavilion
they pavilion
Preterite
I pavilioned
you pavilioned
he/she/it pavilioned
we pavilioned
you pavilioned
they pavilioned
Present Continuous
I am pavilioning
you are pavilioning
he/she/it is pavilioning
we are pavilioning
you are pavilioning
they are pavilioning
Present Perfect
I have pavilioned
you have pavilioned
he/she/it has pavilioned
we have pavilioned
you have pavilioned
they have pavilioned
Past Continuous
I was pavilioning
you were pavilioning
he/she/it was pavilioning
we were pavilioning
you were pavilioning
they were pavilioning
Past Perfect
I had pavilioned
you had pavilioned
he/she/it had pavilioned
we had pavilioned
you had pavilioned
they had pavilioned
Future
I will pavilion
you will pavilion
he/she/it will pavilion
we will pavilion
you will pavilion
they will pavilion
Future Perfect
I will have pavilioned
you will have pavilioned
he/she/it will have pavilioned
we will have pavilioned
you will have pavilioned
they will have pavilioned
Future Continuous
I will be pavilioning
you will be pavilioning
he/she/it will be pavilioning
we will be pavilioning
you will be pavilioning
they will be pavilioning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been pavilioning
you have been pavilioning
he/she/it has been pavilioning
we have been pavilioning
you have been pavilioning
they have been pavilioning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been pavilioning
you will have been pavilioning
he/she/it will have been pavilioning
we will have been pavilioning
you will have been pavilioning
they will have been pavilioning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been pavilioning
you had been pavilioning
he/she/it had been pavilioning
we had been pavilioning
you had been pavilioning
they had been pavilioning
Conditional
I would pavilion
you would pavilion
he/she/it would pavilion
we would pavilion
you would pavilion
they would pavilion
Past Conditional
I would have pavilioned
you would have pavilioned
he/she/it would have pavilioned
we would have pavilioned
you would have pavilioned
they would have pavilioned
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pavilion - large and often sumptuous tentpavilion - large and often sumptuous tent  
collapsible shelter, tent - a portable shelter (usually of canvas stretched over supporting poles and fastened to the ground with ropes and pegs); "he pitched his tent near the creek"
Translations
سِرادِق،فُسطاط، صيوان، جَناح
šatnypavilón
=-klubhusklubhuspavillon
paviljonki
paviljon
sportklubház
skáli; útbygging; búningsklefi
別館
선수 대기실
paviljonas
paviljons
paviljong
พลับพลา
sayvansoyunma odaları binası
sảnh đường

pavilion

[pəˈvɪlɪən] N (for band) → quiosco m (Sport) → caseta f, vestuario m; (at trade fair) → pabellón m

pavilion

[pəˈvɪliən] n
(at show)pavillon m
(= changing room) → stand m

pavilion

nPavillon m; (old: = tent) → Zelt nt; (Brit Sport) (= changing pavilion)Umkleideräume pl; (= clubhouse)Klubhaus nt

pavilion

[pəˈvɪlɪən] n (gen) → padiglione m (Sport) tribuna annessa ad un campo da cricket in cui sono anche alloggiati gli spogliatoi

pavilion

(pəˈviljən) noun
a building on a sports ground in which players change their clothes, store equipment etc. a cricket pavilion.

pavilion

بِنَاءٌ خَاصٌ بِالْلَاّعِبِيـنَ فِي أرْضِ الْـمَلْعَبِ šatny pavillon Pavillon τέντα pabellón paviljonki pavillon paviljon padiglione 別館 선수 대기실 paviljoen klubbhus pawilon pavilhão палатка paviljong พลับพลา sayvan sảnh đường 亭阁