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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.]

panelled

(ˈpænəld) or

paneled

adj
furnished or decorated with panels or flat sections
Translations
مَكْسو ، مُغَطّى
obložený
paneleret
faburkolatú
òiljaîur
obložený
lambri kaplanmış

panelled

paneled (US) [ˈpænld] ADJcon paneles

panelled

[ˈpænəld] paneled (US) adj
[room] → lambrissé(e)
[wall, door] → lambrissé(e)

panelled

, (US) paneled
adj room, wall, doorpaneeliert; to be panelled in or with somethingmit etw paneeliert sein

panelled

paneled (Am) [ˈpænəld] adj (door) → 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 ?
It was a low-studded room, with a beam across the ceiling, panelled with dark wood, and having a large chimney-piece, set round with pictured tiles, but now closed by an iron fire-board, through which ran the funnel of a modern stove.
This picture comes back to me in the general train--the impression, as I received it on my return, of the wide white panelled space, bright in the lamplight and with its portraits and red carpet, and of the good surprised look of my friend, which immediately told me she had missed me.
Its panelled front was in the likeness of a ship's bluff bows, and the Holy Bible rested on the projecting piece of scroll work, fashioned after a ship's fiddle-headed beak.
Nor smile so, while I write that this little black was brilliant, for even blackness has its brilliancy; behold yon lustrous ebony, panelled in king's cabinets.
I slid back the panelled sides, got in with my light, pulled them together again, and felt secure against the vigilance of Heathcliff, and every one else.