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panel

noun   /ˈpæn·əl/
a flat piece of wood, metal, etc. that is the surface of a door, wall, etc. panel
a group of people who are chosen to talk about something or make a decision about something panel a panel of experts
(Definition of panel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

panel

noun /ˈpӕnl/
a flat, straight-sided piece of wood, fabric etc such as is put into a door, wall, dress etc panel, artesón (techo) a door panel.
a group of people chosen for a particular purpose eg to judge a contest, take part in a quiz or other game panel, equipo The studio audience will ask some questions and the panel will try to answer them.
panelled adjective ( paneled)
made of or surrounded with panels (usually of wood) con paneles; artesonado a panelled door oak-panelled.
panelling noun ( paneling)
(wood used for) panels covering the walls of a room etc paneles; artesonado (techo) oak panelling/paneling.
(Definition of panel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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