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panel

  

      n  
1    a flat section of a wall, door, etc.  
2    any distinct section or component of something formed from a sheet of material, esp. of a car body, the spine of a book, etc.  
3    a piece of material inserted in a skirt, dress, etc.  
4   
a    a group of persons selected to act as a team in a quiz, to judge a contest, to discuss a topic before an audience, etc.  
b    (as modifier)  
a panel game     
5    a public discussion by such a group  
a panel on public health     
6      (Law)  
a    a list of persons summoned for jury service  
b    the persons on a specific jury  
7      (Scots law)   a person indicted or accused of crime after appearing in court  
8   
a    a thin board used as a surface or backing for an oil painting  
b    a painting done on such a surface  
9    any picture with a length much greater than its breadth  
10       See       instrument panel  
11      (formerly, in Britain)  
a    a list of patients insured under the National Health Insurance Scheme  
b    a list of medical practitioners within a given area available for consultation by these patients  
12    on the panel     (Brit)  
informal   receiving sickness benefit, esp. from the government  
      vb   , -els, -elling, -elled  
     (U.S.)   , -els, -eling, -eled   tr  
13    to furnish or decorate with panels  
14    to divide into panels  
15      (Law)  
a    to empanel (a jury)  
b    (in Scotland) to bring (a person) to trial; indict  
     (C13: from Old French: portion, from pan piece of cloth, from Latin pannus; see pane1)  


adoption panel  
      n     (Social welfare)   (in Britain) a committee appointed by an adoption agency, such as a local authority, to make recommendations concerning the suitability of prospective adoption cases  
Children's Panel  
      n   (in Scotland) a group of representatives of relevant agencies, with the power to deal with a child under sixteen who is in criminal or family trouble. Its hearings are private and replace most of the functions of juvenile courts  
instrument panel   , board  
      n  
1    a panel on which instruments are mounted, as on a car  
   See also       dashboard  
2    an array of instruments, gauges, etc., mounted to display the condition or performance of a machine  
mimic panel  
      n   a panel simulating the geographical layout of a television studio, railway points system, traffic interchange, etc., in which small indicator lamps display the selected state of the lighting circuits, signalling, traffic lights, etc.  
panel beater  
      n   a person who beats out the bodywork of motor vehicles  
panel heating  
      n   a system of space heating with panels that contain heating pipes or electrical conductors  
panel pin  
      n   a light slender nail with a narrow head  
panel saw  
      n   a saw with a long narrow blade for cutting thin wood  
panel truck  
      n      the U.S. and Canadian name for       delivery van  
panel van  
      n  
1      (Austral)   a small van with two rear doors, esp. one having windows and seats in the rear  
2      (N.Z.)   a small enclosed delivery van  
solar panel  
      n   a panel exposed to radiation of heat from the sun, used to heat water or, when mounted with solar cells, to produce electricity direct, esp. for powering instruments in satellites  
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patch board   , panel         
      n   a device with a large number of sockets into which electrical plugs can be inserted to form many different temporary circuits: used in telephone exchanges, computer systems, etc.,   (Also called)    plugboard  


adoption panel  
      n     (Social welfare)   (in Britain) a committee appointed by an adoption agency, such as a local authority, to make recommendations concerning the suitability of prospective adoption cases  
Children's Panel  
      n   (in Scotland) a group of representatives of relevant agencies, with the power to deal with a child under sixteen who is in criminal or family trouble. Its hearings are private and replace most of the functions of juvenile courts  
instrument panel   , board  
      n  
1    a panel on which instruments are mounted, as on a car  
   See also       dashboard  
2    an array of instruments, gauges, etc., mounted to display the condition or performance of a machine  
mimic panel  
      n   a panel simulating the geographical layout of a television studio, railway points system, traffic interchange, etc., in which small indicator lamps display the selected state of the lighting circuits, signalling, traffic lights, etc.  
panel         
      n  
1    a flat section of a wall, door, etc.  
2    any distinct section or component of something formed from a sheet of material, esp. of a car body, the spine of a book, etc.  
3    a piece of material inserted in a skirt, dress, etc.  
4   
a    a group of persons selected to act as a team in a quiz, to judge a contest, to discuss a topic before an audience, etc.  
b    (as modifier)  
a panel game     
5    a public discussion by such a group  
a panel on public health     
6      (Law)  
a    a list of persons summoned for jury service  
b    the persons on a specific jury  
7      (Scots law)   a person indicted or accused of crime after appearing in court  
8   
a    a thin board used as a surface or backing for an oil painting  
b    a painting done on such a surface  
9    any picture with a length much greater than its breadth  
10       See       instrument panel  
11      (formerly, in Britain)  
a    a list of patients insured under the National Health Insurance Scheme  
b    a list of medical practitioners within a given area available for consultation by these patients  
12    on the panel     (Brit)  
informal   receiving sickness benefit, esp. from the government  
      vb   , -els, -elling, -elled  
     (U.S.)   , -els, -eling, -eled   tr  
13    to furnish or decorate with panels  
14    to divide into panels  
15      (Law)  
a    to empanel (a jury)  
b    (in Scotland) to bring (a person) to trial; indict  
     (C13: from Old French: portion, from pan piece of cloth, from Latin pannus; see pane1)  
panel beater  
      n   a person who beats out the bodywork of motor vehicles  
panel heating  
      n   a system of space heating with panels that contain heating pipes or electrical conductors  
panel pin  
      n   a light slender nail with a narrow head  
panel saw  
      n   a saw with a long narrow blade for cutting thin wood  
panel truck  
      n      the U.S. and Canadian name for       delivery van  
panel van  
      n  
1      (Austral)   a small van with two rear doors, esp. one having windows and seats in the rear  
2      (N.Z.)   a small enclosed delivery van  
solar panel  
      n   a panel exposed to radiation of heat from the sun, used to heat water or, when mounted with solar cells, to produce electricity direct, esp. for powering instruments in satellites  

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