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English - Turkish
tava

Tom sıcak bir kızartma tavasında parmaklarını yaktı. - Tom burned his fingers on a hot frying pan.

Tavayı fırına yerleştir. - Place the pan in the oven.

buz/elek/tava
süzmek
suda yüzen ince buz
elekle aramak
(kamerayı) sağa sola çevirmek
{f} tavada pişir
acımasızca eleştirmek
elek

Binlerce haneye elektrik sağlayacak kadar güneş paneli kuruldu. - Enough solar panels have been installed to provide electricity to thousands of households.

Güneş panelleri elektrik üretir. - The solar panels generate electricity.

lavabo taşı
elemek
önek bütün, tüm
(Televizyon) Sabit bir konumdan yatay (soldan sağa veya sağdan sola) kamera hareketine geçme
(Mitoloji) Sürülerin ve çobanların tanrısı
(isim) kır tanrısı [mit.]
{i} kır tanrısı [mit.]
{i} tabiat
tuzlada tava
{i} tepsi
{f} k.dili. hakkında olumsuz eleştiri
{f} sert eleştiri yapmak
her

Herkes panik yapmaya başladı. - Everybody started to panic.

Pandalar her gün en az 12 saati bambu yiyerek geçirirler. - Pandas spend at least 12 hours each day eating bamboo.

kefe
(isim) tabiat
terazi gözü
eski tüfeklerde falya tavası
pref. bütün
a flash in the pan kuru gürültü
maden cevherini ayırma işinde kullanllan demir tava
(Askeri) PAN (KODU): Hava önlemede, arayan istasyonun bir geminin, uçağın veya diğer bir aracın veya gemideki veya görüş mesafesindeki bazı kişilerin emniyetini ilgilendiren, iletilecek çok acele bir mesaja sahip olduğu anlamındaki bir koddur
panama

Gemi Panama Kanalından geçti. - The ship passed through the Panama Canal.

Birçok Amerikan savaş gemisi Panama'ya gönderildi. - Several American warships were sent to Panama.

tüm

Yaklaşık 250 milyon yıl önce, bugün gördüğümüz tüm kıtalar Pangaea denilen büyük bir süperkıtaydılar. - About 250 million years ago, all the continents we see today were one big supercontinent called Pangaea.

Tom küçükken hantaldı ve sık sık düşerdi. Tüm pantolonlarının diz yamaları olurdu. - When Tom was little he was clumsy and would fall often. All his pants would have knee patches.

sonuç vermeyen gayret
pan çevir/elekten
bütün

Bütün şehir panik içinde. - The whole city is in panic.

kamerayı döndürerek elde edilen görüntü
(Bilgisayar) yatay kaydırma
(Askeri) acil
(Sinema) çevirmek
tavalar
tavaya
Kır tanrısı
tavada pişirmek
surat
yassı kap
terazi kefesi
yıkama tavası
eleştirmek
sert eleştiri
pan out
başarmak
pan out
başarıya ulaş
pan american
amerikan pan
pan boiling
pişirme
pan european backbone
avrupa omurga pan
pan germanism
Alman hayranlığı pan
pan handle
sap pan
pan handler
işleyicisi pan
pan head
kafa pan
pan islamism
İslamcılık pan
pan juices
tavadaki etin pişerken bıraktığı suyu
pan liner
astar pan
pan yard
yard pan
pan-european
Siyasal anlamda Avrupa birliği
pan-fried
tavada
pan am
pan amerikan
pan american
bütün amerika'ya ait
pan american
pan amerikan
pan fried
tavada
pan fried steak
tavada et
pan german
pan germanci
pan german
büyük almanya ülküsü peşinde olan kimse
pan holder
İng. tutacak; fırın eldiveni
pan off
altın çıkarmak (toprağı yıkayarak)
pan off
(Fiili Deyim ) sona ermek , sonuç vermek
pan out
sonuç vermek
pan out
altın çıkarmak (toprağı yıkayarak)
pan out well
çok altın çıkarmak
pan out well
başarmak
pan pizza
pan pizza
pan shot
panoramik çekim
be out of the frying pan into the fire
(Muhasebe) Yağmurdan kaçarken doluya tutulmak
frying pan
kızartma tavası

Mary kızartma tavasına bazı sosisler attı. - Mary threw some sausages into the frying pan.

Tom sıcak bir kızartma tavasında parmaklarını yaktı. - Tom burned his fingers on a hot frying pan.

panning
gezdirme,n.kaydırma: v.kaydır: prep.kaydırarak
brain pan
kafatası
chip pan
(Mekanik) talaş haznesi
coating pan
(Tıp) kaplama kazanı
cooking pan
(Askeri) pişirme kazanı
floor pan
(Otomotiv) döşeme sacı
floor pan
(Otomotiv) taban sacı
hard pan
sert tabaka
return pan
dönüş tablası
sauce pan
(Gıda) uzun saplı tencere
sauce pan
(Gıda) sos tenceresi
tilting pan
(Gıda) devrilebilir tava
we jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire
(deyim) yağmurdan kaçarken doluya tutulduk
whip pan
(Sinema) hızlı çevrinme
a flash in the pan
kuru gürültü
a flash in the pan
boşa çıkan gayret
ash pan
küllük
chip pan
fritöz
coil vacuum pan
serpantinli vakum kazanı
crystallizer pan
kristalleştirme kazanı
drip pan
toplama kabı
flash in the pan
saman alevi
fry-pan
tava
frying pan
tava

Kızartma tavası paslı. - The frying pan is rusty.

Daha büyük bir tavan var mı? - Do you have a bigger frying pan?

frying-pan
tava
hard-pan
sert toprak
oil pan
yağ deposu
panning
çevrinme
panning
panoramik
panning
gezdirme
stew pan
güveç
stewing pan
yahni tenceresi
vacuum pan
pişirme kazanı
vacuum pan
vakum kazanı
warming pan
yatak ısıtıcısı
water pan
su kabı
baking pan
pan pişirme
bratt pan
(Aşçı, Gastronomi) Devrilir tava
coal pan
kömür pan
drain pan
pan drenaj
dripping pan
damlayan şeyi toplayan kap
fire-pan
yangın pan
hot pan
kızgın tava
jump out of the frying pan into the fire
k. dili yağmurdan kaçıp doluya tutulmak
lavatory pan
klozet veya hela taşı
lime pan
pan kireç
oil pan gasket
(Otomotiv) Yağ deposu contası
out of the pan into the fire
(deyim) Yağmurdan kaçarken doluya; bir kötü durumdan kurtulmak isterken daha beterine
panning
kaydırarak
sauce pan
tencere
sheet pan
saç tava
springform pan
Alt kısmı açık, yan tarafının çember kısmı yandan açılan bir tür kek kalıbı
squatting pan
Helâ taşı
tin pan alley
popçular
toilet pan
Klozet
vacuum pan
vakum kazanı, pişirme kazanı
warming pan
ısınma pan
whip pan
hızlı çevrinme, bulanık çevrinme, yıldırım geçişi
PANS
(Askeri) hava seyrüsefer usülleri (procedures for air navigation services)
pan out
altın çıkarmak
panning
alıcıyı göndererek çekim
Turkish - Turkish
(Osmanlı Dönemi) Yun. "Bütün, karşı" mânasına kelimenin başına getirilerek kullanılır. Meselâ: Panzehir $ : Zehire karşı ilâç
Kameranın yaptığı yatay hareket
Sinemacılıkta, kamerayla geniş bir mekânın taranmasına verilen ad
Bütün
English - English
polyacrylonitrile
Personal Area Network
Primary Account Number
peroxyacetylnitrate or peroxyacetyl nitrate
Greek god of nature, often visualized as half goat and half man playing pipes
To move the camera lens angle while continuing to expose the film, enabling a contiguous view and enrichment of context. In still-photography large-group portraits the film usually remains on a horizontal fixed plane as the lens and/or the film holder moves to expose the film laterally. The resulting image may extend a short distance laterally or as great as 360 degrees from the point where the film first began to be exposed
Strong adverse criticism
The bottom flat part of a roofing panel that is between the ribs of the panel
A cylindrical receptacle about as tall as it is wide, with one long handle, usually made of metal, used for cooking in the home
The contents of such a receptacle
A wide, flat receptacle used around the house, especially for cooking
A human face, a mug
a specific type of lake, natural depression or basin. They are sometimes associated with desert areas
A wide receptacle in which gold grains are separated from gravel by washing the contents with water
With "out" (to pan out), to turn out well; to be successful
To turn horizontally (of a camera etc.)
A loaf of bread
To wash in a pan (of earth, sand etc. when searching for gold)
The base part of a toilet, consisting of a bowl and a footing
To beat one's opposition convincingly
To disparage; to belittle; to put down; to criticise severely
pref. all, total, complete (i.e. Pan-American)
{v} to join or close together, to unite
{v} to quibble, quirk, play upon words
{n} a kitchen-vessel, hole, part of a lock
{i} Greek god who guards and protects shepherds and their herds (Greek Mythology)
A pan is a round metal container with a long handle, which is used for cooking things in, usually on top of a cooker or stove. Heat the butter and oil in a large pan. = saucepan
cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
The part of a flintlock which holds the priming
The process of moving the display window to view different areas of a drawing This is done most commonly by depressing the pan button and moving the mouse
If something such as a film or a book is panned by journalists, they say it is very bad. His first high-budget movie, called `Brain Donors', was panned by the critics. = slate
(Greek mythology) god of fields and woods and shepherds and flocks; represented as a man with goat's legs and horns and ears; identified with Roman Sylvanus or Faunus
Combining forms signifying all, every; as, panorama, pantheism, pantagraph, pantograph
wash dirt in a pan to separate out the precious minerals
A recess, or bed, for the leaf of a hinge
To move the viewing window up, down, or sideways to display areas in a geographic data set which, at the current viewing scale, lie outside the viewing window See also zoom
The betel leaf; also, the masticatory made of the betel leaf, etc
1)To follow the motion of a moving object with the camera This will cause the object to look sharp and the background, blurred 2) See Panchromatic
The hard stratum of earth that lies below the soil
A Personal Area Network typically covers the few meters surrounding a user's workspace and provides the ability to synchronize computers, transfers files and gain access to local peripherals like printers and a range of pocket hardware A technology like Bluetooth may enable wireless PAN
The distance comprised between the angle of the epaule and the flanked angle
The Account number that identifies the Issuer and the Cardholder and that is fully displayed and encoded on the Card
A shallow, open dish or vessel, usually of metal, employed for many domestic uses, as for setting milk for cream, for frying or baking food, etc
A ceiling fixture that has a much larger canopy covering the junction box and a minimum of two lights (Also see: Shower)
A leaf of gold or silver
express a totally negative opinion of; "The critics panned the performance"
Computer networks Personal area network: referring to the range of connections that exist on the desktops or on the person of those regularly transferring data between a range of computing devices, including standard PCs and their peripherals, laptop computers, PDAs, mobile phones, and dedicated media devices such as digital cameras or MP3 players In theory, technologies like Bluetooth may ease the PAN connectivity problems by enabling wireless linkages between devices such as computers, printers and a range of pocket hardware
Strong criticism
Rotating or scanning a camera side ways to view an area in a horizontal direction
A part; a portion
make a sweeping movement; "The camera panned across the room"
When clicked with the Left Mouse Button, this button allows you to move the center of your view away from co-ordinates 0,0,0 This has allows you to concentrate on different areas of the drawing (The zoom function, for example, zooms in on the center of your drawing You might wish to zoom in on an area that is not at co-ordinates 0,0,0 You can do this by panning the drawing so the area of interest is now at the center of your view )
If you pan a film or television camera or if it pans somewhere, it moves slowly round so that a wide area is filmed. The camera panned along the line of players A television camera panned the stadium
The PAN is a wireless LAN with a very short range (up to 10 meters) PANs are used to connect devices, such as a PDA, keyboard, mouse, printer, etc that a single person uses with their computer PANs enable easier interconnection between devices by eliminating cables Bluetooth* is a technology commonly used to form a PAN
A knob on stereo mixers that routes the audio signal from a particular input channel to either the left or right stereo channels or a mixture of both
A closed vessel for boiling or evaporating
{i} flat shallow pan for frying food; pot for cooking food; toilet; basin, bowl
(Balance) Knob on the mixer that adjusts the relative volume between left and right (or A and B) in a stereo setup Just like the stereo in the living room
A camera move from left to right from a fixed point In a pan the camera is rotating on the head and not moving on a dolly
To move the viewing window up, down, or sideways to display areas in a geographic dataset which, at the current viewing scale, lie outside the window
The god of shepherds, guardian of bees, and patron of fishing and hunting
To yield gold in, or as in, the process of panning; usually with out; as, the gravel panned out richly
Pan- becomes pam- before b or p, as pamprodactylous
To join or fit together; to unite
The skull, considered as a vessel containing the brain; the upper part of the head; the brainpan; the cranium
He is usually represented as having the head and trunk of a man, with the legs, horns, and tail of a goat, and as playing on the shepherd's pipe, which he is said to have invented
To turn out (profitably or unprofitably); to result; to develop; as, the investigation, or the speculation, panned out poorly
shallow container made of metal
Designation of films that record all colors in tones of about the same relative brightness as the human eye sees in the original scene, sensitive to all visible wave-lengths
Personal Area Network Boosted by the promotion of Bluetooth, PANs are very short-range
Pan-
A combining form meaning "all", used in the formation of compound words, particularly those that identify collections of all places in a region, cultures within a group, or religions
Pan-Africanism
A sociopolitical movement seeking to unify native Africans and those of African heritage into a global community
Pan-American
An airline active in the United States from 1927 until 1991
Pan-American
Covering or representing all of the Americas (both North America and South America), particularly with respect to events involving representatives of most or all countries in the Americas
Pan-Americanism
Belief in the benefit of Pan-American organization
Pan-Asian
Covering or representing all of Asia, particularly with respect to events involving representatives of most or all Asian countries
Pan-Cake
A semisolid cosmetic, or theatrical makeup, pressed into a flat cake and applied with a damp sponge
Pan-European
Relating to, covering or serving most or all of Europe
Pan-Slavism
A movement aimed at uniting all the Slavic peoples
Pan-Turkism
A political movement started more than 100 years ago aiming to unite the various Turkic peoples into a modern political state
pan and scan
A movie recording employing this technology

In the discount bin by the door sat a pile of pan and scans, mostly comedies, that no one would touch.

pan and scan
The method or practice of adjusting widescreen film images, especially 2.35: 1 or 2.39: 1 aspect ratio, so that they can be shown within the proportions of a 1.33: 1 or 1.78: 1 aspect ratio television screen, by cropping off sides of the original widescreen image, as opposed to letterboxing

Alicia hated the person who had invented pan and scan, since the heightened panning effect aggravated her nausea when watching action movies.

pan and scan
Formatted to fit within proportions of a 1.33: 1 or 1.78: 1 aspect ratio television screen, with sides of the original widescreen image (especially 2.35: 1 aspect ratio) cropped off

Paul disdained pan and scan DVD releases, always holding out for the widescreen special editions.

pan and scan
To crop out (a character or object) when performing the pan and scan process, resulting in the deletion of a character or object

On the fullscreen version of Star Wars Episode II, only Anakin and Obi-Wan appear in the scene because Padmé was panned and scanned out.

pan and scan
To adjust widescreen film images so that they can be shown with standard television aspect ratios by cropping the original image, i.e. using pan and scan methods
pan bagnat
A sandwich originating in southern France, composed of Niçoise salad in a circular bun
pan bagnats
plural form of pan bagnat
pan flute
A musical instrument, played by mouth, comprising tubes arranged in order of length
pan former
Power roll-forming equipment that produces a metal panel from a flat sheet
pan man
A person employed to empty the contents of the outside toilet (ie. human excrement) at suburban houses (and similar). Rendered obsolete by the introduction of plumbed (ie. piped) sewerage systems

The 'dunny' down the back yard was emptied by the council's pan man once a week. — Susan Marsden, essay Argyle, a port worker's home 19 Forbes Street Carrington New South Wales, describing 1920s way of life there.

pan men
plural form of pan man
pan out
To separate and recover (valuable minerals) by swirling dirt or crushed rock in a pan of water, in the manner of a traditional prospector seeking gold

His father came out in '49 with the gold rush crowd, panned out a good pile, and then, liking the life—San Francisco was a gay little burg those days—opened one of the crack gambling houses down on the Old Plaza.

pan out
To succeed; to proceed according to plan; to result or end up

The China market is finally panning out, thanks to the voracious consumerism of the middle class.

pan pipes
A primitive musical instrument consisting of a series of stopped pipes of gradually increasing length bound together in a row
pan-
A combining form meaning "all", used in the formation of compound words
pan-broil
To cook over direct heat in an ungreased skillet
pan-fry
to fry in a pan with minimal oil
pan-loaf
pan-loafy
pan-loaf
A loaf of bread baked in a tin or pan
pan-loafy
Posh, pretentious or stuck-up

I think it could be a panloafy way of saying loyal, instead of leal.?.

pan-pan
a minor emergency requiring some assistance or priority in handling, but not endangering the safety of the vessel or those aboard

If you transmit a Pan-Pan call, then find that you no longer require assistance, you must cancel the message.

pan-pan
radio call used to indicate that such an emergency exists
pan-american
including or pertaining to the whole of america, both north and south
pan culture
Pan Culture is a medical term - as in the prefix "pan-," meaning "all" or "every", dealing with a culture of bacteria or a different organism
pan-africanism
The principle or advocacy of the political union of all the indigenous inhabitants of Africa
Pan Africanism
advocacy of a political union or pact of all the African countries, philosophy established upon the opinion that African people share common bonds and purposes
Pan American Games
a number of sports competitions which take place every four years in which the countries of South, Central, and North America take part. Quadrennial sports festival. The games, conceived in 1940 as an event for the nations of the Western Hemisphere, were first held in 1951. Patterned after the Olympic Games and sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee, the games are conducted by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), or Organización Deportiva Panamericana (ODEPA), headquartered in Mexico City. All major international sports and several more specialized events are included in the regular program. They are held the year preceding the Olympics, in various host cities
Pan American Sports Games
Quadrennial sports festival. The games, conceived in 1940 as an event for the nations of the Western Hemisphere, were first held in 1951. Patterned after the Olympic Games and sanctioned by the International Olympic Committee, the games are conducted by the Pan American Sports Organization (PASO), or Organización Deportiva Panamericana (ODEPA), headquartered in Mexico City. All major international sports and several more specialized events are included in the regular program. They are held the year preceding the Olympics, in various host cities
Pan Gu
or P'an Ku In Chinese Daoist legend, the first man. He came forth from Chaos (an egg) with two horns, two tusks, and a hairy body. He used his knowledge of yin-yang to separate heaven and earth, set the Sun, Moon, stars, and planets in place, and divide the four seas. He also shaped the earth by chiseling out valleys and stacking up mountains. Another legend says that the universe derived from Pan Gu's gigantic corpse. His eyes became the Sun and Moon, his blood formed rivers, his hair grew into trees and plants, and the human race sprang from parasites that infested his body. In art, he is often shown as a dwarf clothed with leaves
Pan-African
{s} of or pertaining to Pan-Africanism; of or pertaining to all African nations, of or pertaining to all African people
Pan-African movement
Movement dedicated to establishing independence for African nations and cultivating unity among black people throughout the world. It originated in conferences held in London (1900, 1919, 1921, 1923) and other cities. W.E.B. Du Bois was a principal early leader. The important sixth Pan-African conference (Manchester, 1945) included Jomo Kenyatta and Kwame Nkrumah. The first truly intergovernmental conference was held in Accra, Ghana, in 1958, where Patrice Lumumba was a key speaker. The Pan-Africanist Congress (PAC) was founded by Robert M. Sobukwe and others in South Africa in 1959 as a political alternative to the African National Congress, which was seen as contaminated by non-African influences. The founding of the Organization of African Unity (OAU; now the African Union) by Julius Nyerere and others in 1963 was a milestone, and the OAU soon became the most important Pan-Africanist organization
Pan-American
{s} of all of the Americas, of all countries in North South and Central America
Pan-American Highway
A system of roadways, about 25,744 km (16,000 mi) long, extending from Alaska to Chile and linking the nations of the Western Hemisphere. the Pan-American Highway a road that goes all the way from Canada to Argentina, connecting North, Central, and South America. It is about 25,000 kilometres/16,000 miles long. International highway system connecting North and South America. Conceived in 1923 as a single route, the road grew to include a number of designated highways in participating countries, including the Inter-American Highway from Nuevo Laredo, Mex., to Panama City, Pan. The whole system, extending from Alaska and Canada to Chile, Argentina, and Brazil, totals nearly 30,000 mi (48,000 km). Only some 240 miles (400 km) in the Panama-Colombia border area remain uncompleted
Pan-American Union
Organization formed in 1890 to promote cooperation among the countries of Latin America and the U.S. It was established (as the International Union of American Republics) at the first Pan-American conference, which was called by U.S. secretary of state James Blaine in order to reach agreements on various common commercial and juridical problems among the countries of the Americas. In 1948 it was reconstituted as the Organization of American States
Pan-Arabism
Nationalist notion of cultural and political unity among Arab countries. Its origins lie in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, when increased literacy led to a cultural and literary renaissance among Arabs of the Middle East. This contributed to political agitation and led to the independence of most Arab states from the Ottoman Empire (1918) and from the European powers (by the mid-20th century). An important event was the founding in 1943 of the Bath Party, which formed branches in several countries and became the ruling party in Syria and Iraq. Another was the founding of the Arab League in 1945. Pan-Arabism's most charismatic and effective proponent was Egypt's Gamal Abdel Nasser. After Nasser's death, Syria's Hfiz al-Assad, Iraq's Saddm Hussein, and Libya's Muammar al-Qaddafi tried to assume the mantle of Arab leadership
Pan-Asiatic
including all of Asia, encompassing Asia
Pan-European
pertaining to the political union of all European countries
Pan-Germanism
Movement to politically unify all German-speaking people. The desire for German unification began in the early 19th century and was advanced by Ernst Arndt and other early nationalists. The Pan-German League was organized in 1894 by Ernst Hasse (1846-1908) to heighten German nationalist awareness, especially among German-speaking people outside Germany. The movement, which pressed for German expansion in Europe, gained support after World War I under the Weimar Republic and was actively promoted by Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party. After Germany's defeat in 1945 and the expulsion of Germans from formerly German areas of eastern Europe, the movement declined
Pan-Islam
movement which supports the political union of all Moslem countries
Pan-Slavism
Movement to unite Slav peoples of eastern and central Europe. It began in the early 19th century when Slav intellectuals studied their common cultures. Political goals for Slavic unity increased in 1848, when a Slav congress organized by Frantiek Palacky met in Prague to press for equal rights under Austrian rule. In the 1860s the movement became popular in Russia, to which Pan-Slavs looked for protection from Turkish and Austro-Hungarian rule; this led Russia and Serbia into wars against the Ottoman Empire in 1876-77. In the 20th century, nationalist rivalries among the Slav peoples prevented their effective collaboration
Pan-Turkism
Political movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, which had as its goal the political union of all Turkic-speaking peoples in the Ottoman Empire, Russia, China, Iran, and Afghanistan. The movement, which began among the Turks in the Crimea and on the Volga, initially sought to unite the Turks of the Ottoman and Russian empires against growing Russian domination. Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the father of the Republic of Turkey, later de-emphasized Pan-Turkism, encouraging Turkish nationalism only within Turkey. See also Ismail Gasprinski; Enver Pasha; Young Turks
pan american day
a day celebrating political and economic unity among American countries
pan american union
the administrative agency of the Organization of American States
pan fish
A fish small enough to be fried whole in a pan
pan gravy
pan juices thickened and seasoned
pan handle
{i} (Informal) extended protrusion resembling a tail of a geo-political entity
pan off
pan: wash dirt in a pan to separate out the precious minerals
pan out
If something, for example a project or some information, pans out, it produces something useful or valuable. None of Morgan's proposed financings panned out
pan out
be a success; "The idea panned out
pan out
wash dirt in a pan to separate out the precious minerals
pan out
work out successfully; become possible; end up
pan out
be a success; "The idea panned out"
pan roast
roast in a pan; "pan-roast that meat
pan-
A knob on stereo mixers that routes the audio signal from a particular input channel to either the left or right stereo channels or a mixture of both
pan-
The Account number that identifies the Issuer and the Cardholder and that is fully displayed and encoded on the Card
pan-
Rotating or scanning a camera side ways to view an area in a horizontal direction
pan-
A camera movement in which the camera body swivels to the right or left The onscreen effect is of scanning the space horizontally
pan-
A camera move from left to right from a fixed point In a pan the camera is rotating on the head and not moving on a dolly
pan-
A Personal Area Network typically covers the few meters surrounding a user's workspace and provides the ability to synchronize computers, transfers files and gain access to local peripherals like printers and a range of pocket hardware A technology like Bluetooth may enable wireless PAN
pan-
To move the viewing window up, down, or sideways to display areas in a geographic dataset which, at the current viewing scale, lie outside the window
pan-
Computer networks Personal area network: referring to the range of connections that exist on the desktops or on the person of those regularly transferring data between a range of computing devices, including standard PCs and their peripherals, laptop computers, PDAs, mobile phones, and dedicated media devices such as digital cameras or MP3 players In theory, technologies like Bluetooth may ease the PAN connectivity problems by enabling wireless linkages between devices such as computers, printers and a range of pocket hardware
pan-
To move the viewing window up, down, or sideways to display areas in a geographic data set which, at the current viewing scale, lie outside the viewing window See also zoom
pan-
Personal Area Network Term often used in reference to Bluetooth technologies under development that will enable short-range communications among wireless devices
pan-
to move a signal from the left to the right of a stereo field, or vice versa
pan-
1 Goatlike Greek god after whom panpipes were named 2 Parameter used to control the left/right (panoramic) movement of a sound
pan-
(Balance) Knob on the mixer that adjusts the relative volume between left and right (or A and B) in a stereo setup Just like the stereo in the living room
pan-
1)To follow the motion of a moving object with the camera This will cause the object to look sharp and the background, blurred 2) See Panchromatic
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A horizontal movement of the camera from a fixed point
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A camera movement with the camera body turning to the right or left On the screen, it produces a mobile framing which scans the space horizontally
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The PAN is a wireless LAN with a very short range (up to 10 meters) PANs are used to connect devices, such as a PDA, keyboard, mouse, printer, etc that a single person uses with their computer PANs enable easier interconnection between devices by eliminating cables Bluetooth* is a technology commonly used to form a PAN
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To pan is to move the sound between full left and full right in a stereo sound field It resembles the "balance" function of a stereo receiver- amplifier
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The process of moving the display window to view different areas of a drawing This is done most commonly by depressing the pan button and moving the mouse
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Personal Area Network Boosted by the promotion of Bluetooth, PANs are very short-range
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A ceiling fixture that has a much larger canopy covering the junction box and a minimum of two lights (Also see: Shower)
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When clicked with the Left Mouse Button, this button allows you to move the center of your view away from co-ordinates 0,0,0 This has allows you to concentrate on different areas of the drawing (The zoom function, for example, zooms in on the center of your drawing You might wish to zoom in on an area that is not at co-ordinates 0,0,0 You can do this by panning the drawing so the area of interest is now at the center of your view )
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1) Movement of lighting from side to side 2) Slang for Pancake
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A horizontal camera pivot (from right to left or left to right) from a stationary position
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pan- is added to the beginning of adjectives and nouns to form other adjectives and nouns that describe something as being connected with all places or people of a particular kind. a pan-European defence system. the ideology of pan-Arabism. including all people
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Designation of films that record all colors in tones of about the same relative brightness as the human eye sees in the original scene, sensitive to all visible wave-lengths
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express a totally negative opinion of; "The critics panned the performance"
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wash dirt in a pan to separate out the precious minerals
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make a sweeping movement; "The camera panned across the room"
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chimpanzees; more closely related to Australopithecus than to other pongids
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shallow container made of metal
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(Greek mythology) god of fields and woods and shepherds and flocks; represented as a man with goat's legs and horns and ears; identified with Roman Sylvanus or Faunus
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cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
pan-Africanism
{i} advocacy of a political union or pact of all the African countries, philosophy established upon the opinion that African people share common bonds and purposes
pan-broil
broil in a pan
pan-fried
Pan-fried food is is food that has been cooked in hot fat or oil in a frying pan
pan-fry
fry in a pan; "pan-fry the dumplings
Peter Pan
A man who acts as a child and does not accept the responsibilities of adulthood

A Peter Pan if ever there was one. Hopeless at school. Incapable either of competing or co-operating..

Peter Pan syndrome
The supposed psychological phenomenon of immaturity among some men, who, like the fictional character, remain childish and fail to assume appropriate adult social roles and responsibilities

The husband himself (called he to emphasize his role as Typical Male) comes across as a rather dense, naughty adolescent boy. He is clearly suffering from a terminal case of the Peter Pan syndrome.

Tin Pan Alley
The songwriting and publishing industry
Tin Pan Alley
District in New York City centered on 28th Street during the period roughly from 1885 to the 1920's where thousands of popular songs were commercially written
brain-pan
The skull or cranium, hence, the head or brain
flash in the pan
A transient occurrence with no long-term effect

The concept turned out to be merely a flash in the pan, and is no longer used.

flash in the pan
A career notable for early success not followed by significant accomplishment

He was named best new director of 1940, but his career was a flash in the pan.

frying pan
A long-handled, shallow pan used for frying food
go down the pan
To fail or degenerate rapidly

The project would seriously go down the pan if Mrs. Foster weren't here to keep it on the straight and narrow.

jelly roll pan
A wide, flat pan similar to a cookie sheet but with deeper sides
milk pan
A small type of saucepan, with a lip, used for heating milk
moo goo gai pan
An Americanized version of the Cantonese dish, usually a simple stir-fried dish consisting of sliced or cubed chicken with white button mushrooms and other vegetables such as snow peas, bamboo shoots, water chestnuts and Chinese cabbage
out of the frying pan and into the fire
Alternative form of out of the frying pan, into the fire
out of the frying pan into the fire
Alternative form of out of the frying pan, into the fire
out of the frying pan, into the fire
From an already bad situation to a worse one
pie pan
A pan for holding and shaping the dough and filling of a pie, made of a heat-conducting metal, glass or other ceramic, and (more recently) silicone
salt pan
A man-made pond where salty water is evaporated to concentrate it during the making of salt
salt pan
A flat expanse of ground naturally covered with salt and other minerals; this is the accumulation of salts and minerals as water, unable to drain into the ground, evaporates
steel pan orchestra
a band made up of people who play instruments such as the steelpan
warming pan
A covered metal pan attached to a long handle, holding live coals and used to warm a bed
Out of the frying pan into the fire
(Muhasebe) If you get out of one problem, but find yourself in a worse situation, you are out of the frying pan, into the fire
be out of the frying pan into the fire
(Muhasebe) If you get out of one problem, but find yourself in a worse situation, you are out of the frying pan, into the fire
jump out of frying pan into fire
Go from a bad situation to an even worse one

Many kids who run away from unhappy homes discover they've jumped out of the frying pan and into the fire.

jump out of the frying pan and into the fire
(deyim) Go from bad to the worse
out of the frying pan and into the fire
(deyim) Out of one trouble and into more trouble, from something bad to something worse When he changed jobs he went out of the frying pan and into the fire. His new job is much worse
out of the frying pan into the fire
(deyim) Going from a bad situation to one that is even worse.This idiom is used to say that someone gets out of a difficult or bad situation, but eventually goes into a more difficult or worse one
out of the frying-pan into the fire
(deyim) Out of the frying pan into the fire is a phrase which can be used in one of two ways. It can be used in the same way as "from bad to worse," which as the wording suggests means going from an unpleasant situation to one even more so - or it can describe the belief that one has escaped a dangerous or troublesome situation, when in actual fact they have entered an even worse one
peter pan
A man who never seems to become older or grow up. The name comes from the main character in the play Peter Pan (1904) by J. M. Barrie. Peter Pan is a young boy who never grows up, but lives in a magic place called Never-Never Land and can fly

He is considered to be the Peter Pan of the music business.

sheet pan
Sheet pans or baking trays (mainly UK) are flat, rectangular metal pans used in an oven. They are primarily used for baking of flat products such as cookies, sheet cakes and jelly roll cakes
panned
past of pan
panning
A technique used to position sounds in a stereo mix
panning
A shooting technique where the subject is followed during exposure; generally done with a slow shutter speed
panning
Operation that consists of separating heavier minerals such as gold and sulphides from lighter metals in stream sediment, loose soil or crushed rock in a container shaped like a frying pan In arid countries a similar operation, winnowing, can be performed without water
panning
camera stays in one place on mounting but is turned horizontally to the left or right
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Panning refers to the volume at which a sound is played out of two separate speakers If the sound coming out of one speaker is louder than the other then the sound will seem to be closer to that speaker
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In replacement window work, the outside aluminum trim that can extend around the perimeter of the window opening; used to cover up the old window material Panning can be installed in the opening before the window, or can be attached directly to the window before installation
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The movement of a user-defined window to a desired location on a computer monitor srceen using a pointing device such as a mouse
panning
Washing sand or gravel in a pan to separate heavy metal from it, especially gold
panning
(n ) In computer graphics, the process of moving the viewpoint of a graphic up, down, and sideways across the screen to show different perspectives
panning
present participle of pan
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Moving the sound around between speakers It also can be used to mean the position the sound is between the speakers
panning
Moving the camera so that the image of a moving object remains in the same relative position in the viewfinder as you take a picture
panning
Applying a set of output signals to a series of speakers sequentially so that the sound appears to move in space
panning
Moving the camera so that the image of a moving object remains in the same relative position in the viewfinder as you take a picture Photographer: Lequita Burch KINSA/KODAK Photo Contest Film: KODAK EKTAR 125 Film Size: 35 mm
panning
Camera motion capturing the entire scene in one sweeping move
panning
An act of creating a strong sense of movement in pictures or video Involves maneuvering the camera so that the moving object remains in the same position in the viewfinder as you take the picture
panning
A technique where you follow the subject through the camera lens along a horizontal path
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{i} horizontal movement in an image display or capture; use of camera for scanning a subject in a horizontal position (video technology); act of moving a video camera from one side to the other to capture a panoramic view; use of plastic plates or surfaces covered with antigen or antibody to separate or select particular cells with suitable receptors (Medicine)
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To move an audio signal from one output to the other Panning a sound between two speakers changes the apparent position of the sound
panning
The process of controlling the relative position of a sound in a stereo field during mixdown or recording using a pan-pot Usually this is not completely effective as the pan-pot alters only the relative amplitude of the sound left to right and not the crucial time aspect
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