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Turkish translation of “panel”

panel

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈpænəl/
PIECE a flat, rectangular piece of wood, metal, etc that forms the surface of a door, wall, etc
levha, panel, pano
Words meaning parts of things
PEOPLE a group of people who are chosen to discuss something or make a decision about something
panel, kurul, heyet; tartışma/münazara heyeti/kurulu
a panel of expertsExperts and specialists
CONTROLS the part of a car, aircraft, etc that the controls are fixed to
gösterge panosu
→ See also solar panelMachine parts
(Definition of panel from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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