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panel

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpænəl/
a small group of people chosen to give advice or make a decision on something: The 31-member panel is charged with recommending system improvements.a panel of experts/reviewers/judges The governor will appoint a panel of experts to make a statewide climate action plan.advisory/disciplinary/review panel She served on a federal energy advisory panel .
MARKETING a small group of people chosen to give their opinion on a product or service: As a member of our research panel, we will periodically send you an email invitation to answer online.
→  See also consumer panel , selection committee , takeover panel
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