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panellistnoun [C]

UK (US panelist) uk   /ˈpæn.əl.ɪst/  us   /ˈpæn.əl.ɪst/
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"panellist" in Business English

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panellistnoun [C]

UK ( US panelist) uk   us   /ˈpænəlɪst/
someone who is a ​part of a ​smallgroup of ​people chosen to give ​advice or make a decision on something: Almost 1,000 ​individuals were ​rated by each panellist on the ​basis of their ​influence on ​government.
(Definition of panellist from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “panellist”
in Chinese (Simplified) 陪审团成员…
in Turkish panel/heyet/kurul üyesi…
in Russian член комиссии…
in Chinese (Traditional) 陪審團成員…
in Polish uczestni-k/czka dyskusji…
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