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Meaning of “pane” - Learner’s Dictionary

pane

noun [C]     /peɪn/
a flat piece of glass in a window or doorGlassWindows and parts of windows
Translations of “pane”
in Arabic لَوْح زُجاجي…
in Korean 판유리…
in Malaysian kaca tingkap…
in French vitre…
in Turkish pencere camı, cam…
in Italian vetro…
in Chinese (Traditional) (窗或閘上的)一塊玻璃…
in Russian оконное стекло…
in Polish szyba…
in Vietnamese tấm kính…
in Spanish cristal, vidrio…
in Portuguese vidro…
in Thai แผ่นกระจกหน้าต่าง…
in German die Scheibe…
in Catalan vidre…
in Japanese 窓ガラス…
in Indonesian kaca…
in Chinese (Simplified) 窗或门上的一块玻璃…
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