panelling

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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.]

panelling

(ˈpænəlɪŋ) or

paneling

n
1. (Building) panels collectively, as on a wall or ceiling
2. (Building) material used for making panels
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.panelling - a panel or section of panels in a wall or doorpanelling - a panel or section of panels in a wall or door
exterior door, outside door - a doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building
panel - sheet that forms a distinct (usually flat and rectangular) section or component of something
sliding door - a door that opens by sliding instead of swinging
swing door, swinging door - a door that swings on a double hinge; opens in either direction
wall - an architectural partition with a height and length greater than its thickness; used to divide or enclose an area or to support another structure; "the south wall had a small window"; "the walls were covered with pictures"
wall panel - paneling that forms part of a wall
Translations
تَكْسِيَة بالألْواح
obložení
panelering
faburkolatlambéria
òilklæîning
lambri

panelling

paneling (US) [ˈpænəlɪŋ] Npaneles mpl

panelling

[ˈpænəlɪŋ] paneling (US) nboiseries fpl

panelling

, (US) paneling
nTäfelung f, → Paneel nt; (to conceal radiator etc, of plane) → Verschalung f

panelling

[ˈpænəlɪŋ] paneling (Am) nrivestimento di or a 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 ?
Beams and wooden screens had been put there, and two musket shots rang out from under the gate as soon as an officer and men began to run toward it.
He hated the blue and white, the intensity and definiteness, the hum and heat of the south; the landscape seemed to him as hard and as romantic as a cardboard background on the stage, and the mountain but a wooden screen against a sheet painted blue.
The outer room through which they had to pass, was full of men; among them, Mr Dennis in safe keeping; and there, had been since yesterday, lying in hiding behind a wooden screen which was now thrown down, Simon Tappertit, the recreant 'prentice, burnt and bruised, and with a gun-shot wound in his body; and his legs--his perfect legs, the pride and glory of his life, the comfort of his existence--crushed into shapeless ugliness.
Pickwick, on looking up, became sensible of the pleasing fact, that all the four clerks, with countenances expressive of the utmost amusement, and with their heads thrust over the wooden screen, were minutely inspecting the figure and general appearance of the supposed trifler with female hearts, and disturber of female happiness.
Double-height ceilings, large picture windows and soaring wooden screens set the scene for informal business meetings, light meals and social refreshments.
Recent improvements include new mechanical systems, central air, custom double pane windows with exterior wooden screens, professional kitchen with a Shaw's Original Apron sink, stainless steel Viking range and dishwasher.
The 16-inch statues were ripped from wooden screens at the entrance to St Margaret's Chapel, leaving the screens damaged - and it had been thought that the treasured artefacts were lost forever.
The 16-inch statuettes were ripped from wooden screens at the entrance to St Margaret's Chapel, leaving the screens damaged - and it had been thought the treasures were lost forever.
The 16in statues were ripped from wooden screens at the entrance to St Margaret's Chapel, leaving the screens damaged - and it had been thought that the treasured artefacts were lost forever.
Amer's recent sculpture also reminds one of the mashrabiya, the latticework wooden screens of traditional Arabic architecture, which permit one to look through without being seen; in her catalogue text, Anne Creissels uses this suggestive comparison to underscore the affiliation of Amer's work with feminist linguistic theory.
Massive wooden screens divide the restaurant, while authentic woven baskets of fruit and vegetables create the feeling of a marketplace.
Large wooden screens overlook the courtyard, which filters sunlight and cool breezes into the rooms, as well as allowing the women to observe the goings-on below without themselves being seen.