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panel

pan·el

panel

 
 
pronunciation:
pae nl
parts of speech:
noun, transitive verb
part of speech: noun
definition 1: a section, as of a door, wall, or the like, usu. flat and often set apart from the surrounding area by being raised, recessed, or decorated.
The safe was located in the wall behind a panel.The roof was largely made up of solar panels.
similar words:
board, door, inset, pane, paneling, plaque, sheet, wainscoting
definition 2: a vertical piece of fabric that forms part of an article of clothing; gore.
Sew the front and back panels together leaving a quarter-inch seam on both sides.
similar words:
gore
definition 3: the part of a machine where the controls and dials are located.
an airplane's instrument panel
similar words:
console, controls, dashboard, instrument panel
definition 4: a group of persons assembled for a particular purpose, as to investigate or evaluate something.
A panel will investigate the possibility of a conspiracy.The singers were scored by a panel of judges.
similar words:
board, cabinet, committee, council, group, jury, Round Table, tribunal
definition 5: a piece of wood with a painting on its surface.
definition 6: the group from which a jury is picked, or the people picked for a jury.
similar words:
jury
 
part of speech: transitive verb
inflections: paneled, paneling, panels
definition: to furnish or decorate with panels.
They paneled the walls with pine.
similar words:
line, wainscot, wall