pane

noun
\ ˈpān \

Definition of pane

: a piece, section, or side of something: such as
a : a framed sheet of glass in a window or door frost on a window pane
b : one of the sections into which a sheet of postage stamps is cut for distribution

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Other Words from pane

paned \ ˈpānd \ adjective
paneless \ ˈpān-​ləs \ adjective

Examples of pane in a Sentence

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Turn that off at General > Cellular, or by again pressing and holding the network pane in the Control Center. Kevin Dupzyk, Popular Mechanics, "AirDrop Might Be the Best Way to Share Files. Here's How to Use It.," 7 Nov. 2018 The windows typically have three layers of panes to protect passengers from changing air pressures and any foreign objects. Doug Cameron, WSJ, "Cracked Window Forces Southwest Jet Landing," 2 May 2018 Keepers can peer through glass panes to inspect the pupae without disturbing their development. Bradley J. Fikes, sandiegouniontribune.com, "From humble pupae to brilliant butterflies comes Butterfly Jungle," 9 Mar. 2018 But the house’s original single-pane windows needed very little tending, which was welcome considering how many of them there were. Samantha Weiss Hills, Curbed, "‘It was midcentury time capsule-meets-1980s’," 17 Dec. 2018 Prosecutors said Williams broke a window pane to get inside Gayle’s home on Aug. 11, 1998, heard water running in the shower, and found a large butcher knife. Jim Salter, The Seattle Times, "Ex-judges to review evidence in Missouri death penalty case," 6 Aug. 2018 Sullivan Street Bakery offers pane pugliese, brioche loaf, semi di sesame, and many more other varieties of delicious breads. Fox News, "Best bakeries in America," 25 Feb. 2016 Power outages were reported across nearby Trinidad, where people ran into the street and gasped as large glass panes at one supermarket shattered and falling concrete smashed several cars. Fabiola Sanchez And Scott Smith, Fox News, "Little damage reported from strong quake in Venezuela," 22 Aug. 2018 Power outages were reported across nearby Trinidad, where people ran into the street and gasped as large glass panes at one supermarket shattered and falling concrete smashed several cars. Scott Smith, The Seattle Times, "Strong quake rocks Venezuela but little damage reported," 21 Aug. 2018

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First Known Use of pane

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for pane

Middle English pan, pane strip of cloth, pane, from Anglo-French pan, panne, from Latin pannus cloth, rag — more at vane

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pane

noun

English Language Learners Definition of pane

: a sheet of glass in a window or door

pane

noun
\ ˈpān \

Kids Definition of pane

: a sheet of glass (as in a window)

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