Meaning of PANEL in English

PANEL

noun

1 group of people

ADJECTIVE

▪ all-star ( AmE ), blue-ribbon ( AmE ), distinguished , outstanding

a distinguished ~ of academics

▪ expert

▪ independent

▪ international

▪ bipartisan ( AmE )

▪ advisory , arbitration , consensus , judging , review

▪ interview , interviewing , selection (all esp. BrE )

▪ jury ( esp. AmE )

VERB + PANEL

▪ appoint , assemble , convene , create , establish , organize , select , set up

▪ join

He joins our ~ of journalists.

▪ attend

▪ chair , moderate

▪ head , lead

Raphael will head a ~ to discuss the topic.

▪ meet

▪ ask

We asked a ~ of experts to review the products.

PANEL + VERB

▪ be drawn from sb/sth

a ~ of scientists drawn from universities

▪ consist of sb/sth , include sb/sth

The ~ consists of ten attorneys.

▪ investigate sth , review sth

▪ recommend sth , suggest sth

▪ approve sth

▪ conclude sth

The ~ concluded that there was no scientific basis for the claim.

▪ note sth

▪ rule sth

The ~ ruled that the men must remain in prison.

▪ vote

The ~ voted unanimously for its approval.

PANEL + NOUN

▪ member

▪ moderator

▪ interview

▪ discussion

▪ presentation

▪ session

▪ report , review , study

▪ game ( BrE )

The comedian will chair a new TV ~ game.

PREPOSITION

▪ on a/the ~

The head of department serves on the advisory ~.

▪ ~ on

an independent ~ on takeovers and mergers

PHRASES

▪ a member of a ~

▪ a ~ of experts , a ~ of judges

The winners were chosen by a ~ of judges.

2 part of a door, wall, etc.

ADJECTIVE

▪ ceiling , door , wall

▪ sliding

▪ removable

▪ recessed

▪ secret

▪ glass , wood , etc.

▪ decorative

▪ solar

VERB + PANEL

▪ attach , fit , install

▪ remove

PANEL + VERB

▪ depict sth

The central ~ depicts St George.

3 section of vehicle body

ADJECTIVE

▪ front , rear

▪ body

A rear body ~ needed replacing after the accident.

PANEL + NOUN

▪ beater , beating (both BrE )

He works as a ~ beater in a local garage.

4 surface containing controls

ADJECTIVE

▪ control , display , instrument

PREPOSITION

▪ on a/the ~

A red light flashed on the control ~.

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