English version

pane

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: House
panepane /peɪn/ noun [countable]  DHHa piece of glass used in a window or door a window pane a pane of glass windowpane
Examples from the Corpus
paneThe newsgroup should now appear in KNode's left-hand pane.The broken glass, the light-leavened panes.The impact knocked the long, thick plexiglass pane on to her.He scrubbed the panes until his reflection shone in them, spotless.Omite peers through the pane, shakes her head and steps back.A blue flash like an incendiary, the child did not start, but leaned closer to the pane.The bullet shattered two panes of glass.I watched the rain as it pounded against the window pane.I draw, wet profiles on the window pane.
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