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pan loaf


      n     (Irish and Scot)  
dialect   a loaf of bread with a light crust all the way round,   (Often shortened to)    pan             Compare       batch   1       4  

chip pan  
      n   a deep pan for frying potato chips, etc.  
dripping pan   , drip pan  
      n   a shallow pan placed under roasting meat to catch the dripping  
frying pan   ,   (esp. U.S.)   fry-pan  
1    a long-handled shallow pan used for frying  
2    from a bad situation to a worse one  
iron pan  
      n     (Geology)   a hard layer of precipitated iron salts often found below the surface of sands and gravels  
pan   [1]  
a    a wide metal vessel used in cooking  
b    (in combination)  
2      (Also called)    panful   the amount such a vessel will hold  
3    any of various similar vessels used esp. in industry, as for boiling liquids  
4    a dish used by prospectors, esp. gold prospectors, for separating a valuable mineral from the gravel or earth containing it by washing and agitating  
5    either of the two dishlike receptacles on a balance  
6      (Also called)    lavatory pan     (Brit)   the bowl of a lavatory  
a    a natural or artificial depression in the ground where salt can be obtained by the evaporation of brine  
b    a natural depression containing water or mud  
8      (Caribbean)   the indented top from an oil drum used as the treble drum in a steel band  
9       See       hardpan       brainpan  
10    a small ice floe  
11       a slang word for       face       1a  
12    a small cavity containing priming powder in the locks of old guns  
13    a hard substratum of soil  
14       short for       pan loaf  
      vb   , pans, panning, panned  
15    when tr, often foll by: off or out   to wash (gravel) in a pan to separate particles of (valuable minerals) from it  
16    intr; often foll by: out   (of gravel) to yield valuable minerals by this process  
17    tr  
Informal   to criticize harshly  
the critics panned his new play        (See also)        pan out  
     (Old English panne; related to Old Saxon, Old Norse panna, Old High German pfanna)  
pan   [2]  
1    the leaf of the betel tree  
2    a preparation of this leaf which is chewed, together with betel nuts and lime, in India and the East Indies  
     (C17: from Hindi, from Sanskrit parna feather, wing, leaf)  
pan   [3]  
      vb   , pans, panning, panned  
1    to move (a film camera) or (of a film camera) to be moved so as to follow a moving object or obtain a panoramic effect  
a    the act of panning  
b    (as modifier)  
a pan shot     
     (C20: shortened from panoramic)  
      n     (Greek myth)   the god of fields, woods, shepherds, and flocks, represented as a man with a goat's legs, horns, and ears  
   Related adjs       Pandean       Panic  
      abbrev. for   Panama  
      combining form  
1    all or every  
2    including or relating to all parts or members  
Pan-African, pantheistic     
     (from Greek pan, neuter of pas all)  
1    of or relating to all African countries or the advocacy of political unity among African countries  
2    a supporter of the Pan-African movement  
  Pan-Africanism      n  
      adj   of, relating to, or concerning North, South, and Central America collectively or the advocacy of political or economic unity among American countries  
  Pan-Americanism      n  
Pan American Union  
      n   the secretariat and major official agency of the Organization of American States  
pan and tilt head  
      n     (Films, television)   a mounting device on which a camera may be rotated in a horizontal plane (pan) or in a vertical plane (tilt)  
      n   the principle of, support for, or the movement towards Arab political union or cooperation  
   Pan-Arab             adj, n  
  Pan-Arabic      adj  
      adj   of or relating to all European countries or the advocacy of political or economic unity among European countries  
      n   (esp. in the 19th century) the movement for the unification of Germany  
Pan Gu   , P'an Ku  
      n   32--92 a.d., Chinese historian and court official, noted for his history of the Han dynasty: died in prison  
pan out  
      vb   intr, adv  
Informal   to work out; turn out; result  
pan potentiometer  
      n   a control on a stereo sound mixing desk by means of which the relative levels in right- and left-hand channels can be adjusted and hence the apparent position of the recorded or broadcast sound source within the stereo panorama can be controlled,   (Often shortened to)    pan pot  
     (C20: from pan(oramic) + potentiometer      )  
      n   (esp. in the 19th century) the movement for the union of the Slavic peoples, esp. under the hegemony of tsarist Russia  
  Pan-Slavic      adj  
      n      another name for       Pan-Germanism  
Peter Pan  
      n   a youthful, boyish, or immature man  
     (C20: after the main character in Peter Pan (1904), a play by J. M. Barrie)  
Peter Pan collar  
      n   a collar on a round neck, having two rounded ends at the front  
pipes of Pan  
      pl n      another term for       panpipes  
Tin Pan Alley  
1    a district in a city concerned with the production of popular music, originally a small district in New York  
2    Derogatory   the strictly commercial side of show business and pop music  
warming pan  
      n   a pan, often of copper and having a long handle, filled with hot coals or hot water and formerly drawn over the sheets to warm a bed  
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