pan

Part of speech: noun

A wide shallow vessel, as for cooking.

Part of speech:

A combining form signifying all; used before English proper adjectives; as, Pan - American.

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Usage examples "pan":

  1. It seems probable, however, that Pan- German fanaticism was rendered infectious only by the fear that Germany was to be economically encircled and undermined. - "American World Policies", Walter E. Weyl.
  2. He filled it with snow and then held the pan over the flames. - "Cold Ghost", Chester S. Geier.
  3. Jimmy picked up his pan of potatoes and withdrew with dignity. - "Paradise Bend", William Patterson White.