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pan /pæn - pɑ:n/
  • pɑ:n/
  • danh từ (Pan)
    • (thần thoại,thần học) thần đồng quê
    • ông Tạo
    • đạo nhiều thần
    • danh từ
      • lá trầu không (để ăn trầu)
      • miếng trầu
      • xoong, chảo
      • đĩa cân
      • cái giần (để đãi vàng)
      • (kỹ thuật) nồi, bể (luyện kim...)
      • (địa lý,địa chất) đất trũng lòng chảo
      • (địa lý,địa chất) tầng đất cái ((cũng) hard pan)
      • ổ nạp thuốc súng (ở một số súng cổ)
      • sọ ((cũng) brain pan)
      • (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ), (từ lóng) đầu; mặt
      • ngoại động từ
        • (+ off, out) đãi (vàng ở trong cát, bằng cái giần)
        • (thông tục) chỉ trích gay gắt, phê bình nghiêm khắc
        • nội động từ (+ out)
          • đâi được vàng, có vàng (cát...)
          • (nghĩa bóng) kết quả
            • how did it pan out?: việc ấy kết quả thế nào?
            • it panned out well: cái đó kết quả khá
        Concise Dictionary
        panned|panning|panspæn
        noun
        +cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel
        +(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
        +shallow container made of metal
        +chimpanzees; more closely related to Australopithecus than to other pongids
        verb
        +make a sweeping movement
        +wash dirt in a pan to separate out the precious minerals
        +express a totally negative opinion of

        Thesaurus Dictionary
        n.
        1 saucepan, frying-pan, skillet, pot, casserole, US spider:
        Melt a teaspoonful of butter in the pan, add the mixture, and stir briskly over a medium heat
        2 face, visage, mien, façade, Slang kisser, mug, puss:
        The worst part of Alf's not working is that I have to look at his ugly pan all day
        3 depression, indentation, concavity, cavity, hollow, pit, hole, crater:
        In a rain-shower, the pans fill with water and the desert blooms.
        v.
        4 wash, separate, sift:
        For years prospectors have panned for gold in these hills.
        5 criticize, censure, find fault, put down, reject, flay, excoriate, Brit hammer, Colloq knock, roast, slate, Slang Brit rubbish, US trash:
        The critics panned the play and it closed after a week.
        6 pan out. succeed, thrive, prosper, flourish, fare well, make it; work out, turn out, result, come out, end (up), conclude, culminate, eventuate:
        Your grandiose plans for irrigating the Sahara didn't pan out, either! How did the election pan out?
        Advanced English Dictionary
        noun, verb
        + noun
        1 a container, usually made of metal, with a handle or handles, used for cooking food in: pots and pans + a large stainless steel pan
        See also - FRYING PAN, SAUCEPAN
        2 the amount contained in a pan: a pan of boiling water
        3 (AmE) = TIN (5): a cake pan
        4 either of the dishes on a pair of SCALES that you put things into in order to weigh them
        5 (BrE) the bowl of a toilet
        See also - BEDPAN, DUSTPAN, SKIDPAN, WARMING PAN
        Idioms: go down the pan (BrE, slang) to be wasted or spoiled: That's another brilliant idea down the pan.
        more at FLASH n.
        + verb (-nn-)
        1 [VN] [usually passive] (informal) to severely criticize sth such as a play or a film/movie: The television series was panned by critics and viewers alike.
        2 if a television or video camera pans somewhere, or a person pans or pans a camera, the camera moves in a particular direction, to follow an object or to film a wide area: [V, +adv./prep.] The camera panned back to the audience. + [VN] He panned the camera along the row of faces.
        3 ~ (for sth) to wash soil or small stones in a pan to find gold or other valuable minerals: [V] panning for gold [also VN]
        Phrasal Verbs: pan out (informal) (of events or a situation) to develop in a particular way: I'm happy with the way things have panned out.
        Collocation Dictionary
        noun

        ADJ.

        chip, frying

        PHRASES

        pots and pans
        pan)



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