Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Pan"

The meaning of "Pan" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Beaten up.
"this burned pan is beaten up" mean?
A: In this case, it means in a read bad condition, and looks so bad
Q: What does pan out mean?
A: @revinneil e como “ter bom resultado”
Q: What does pans mean?
Q: What does pan out mean?
A: Pan out has two meanings depending on context.

Pan out

1.
Zoom out to move back to a wider angle picture using a zoom lens. The camera zoomed out. Pan out at this point in the script and give a wider view of the scene.

2.
Turn out well, succeed, as in "If I don't pan out as a musician, I can always go back to school." This expression alludes to washing gold from gravel in a pan. [Mid-1800s]
Q: What does "pan'" in 27 mean?
A: Doesn't make sense to me. The word I would expect there is something like 'part'.

Example sentences using "Pan"

Q: Please show me example sentences with pan out .
A: The idea panned out.
His effort did panned out.
Q: Please show me example sentences with pan out.
A: Be careful, this situation may not pan out the way you hope it will!
I need the day to pan out just as I planned it in order to make it to my soccer game.
My life doesn’t always pan out the way I want it to but that’s ok as long as I’m happy.
Hope theses helped you figure out that pan out basically means result in :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with pan out.
A: Its because "work out" can mean two different things. Either "turn out" or "figure out". The first meaning is the same as "pan out" but the second isn't

Synonyms of "Pan" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between pan and pen ?
A: pan pen
Q: What is the difference between pan and pen and how to speak them ?
A: a pan is something you use to cook with otherwise known as cookware and a pen is something you use to write with
Q: What is the difference between pan out and end up ?
A: they're pretty similar.

we should wait and see how things pan out.

we should wait and see how things end up.
Q: What is the difference between a pan and a pen ?
A: Pan has more of an a sound, like in the word Apple. Pen is pronounced more like pin.

Translations of "Pan"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pan
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pan
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pan
A: Bread! :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pan
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? pan
A: Do you natively speak English as your profile says? Or Spanish?

Other questions about "Pan"

Q: The pans are hanging on the wall. does this sound natural?
A: 多いアメリカ人は鍋を台所に下げります。 飾りです。 通常、 この鍋は骨董品です。 それを私の母します :)
Q: It's pan cooked
or
It's cooked in the pan does this sound natural?
A: I wouldn't say pan cooked, although it's grammatically correct.
For the second one, change is to was
Q: Oh, dear. This pan feels sticky! It could not have been washed well. does this sound natural?
A: The pan is still sticky, I don't think it has been washed properly.
Q: Can I borrow your pan?
Sure, you can. I will lend my pen right away. does this sound natural?
A: Can I borrow your pen? Sure you can. I will lend you my pen now.

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