English to Samoan Meaning :: pan

Pan :
ulo
- ulopanesapa
 

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Noun(1) cooking utensil consisting of a wide metal vessel(2) (Greek mythology(3) shallow container made of metal(4) chimpanzees; more closely related to Australopithecus than to other pongids
Verb(1) make a sweeping movement(2) wash dirt in a pan to separate out the precious minerals(3) express a totally negative opinion of

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(1) Some are dropping out to pan for gold in the nearby Umzingwane River.(2) To get started, coat a grill pan with the cooking spray and rub both sides of the steaks with the seasoning of your choice.(3) In fact, aside from the occasional pan of seafood, Jonathan is virtually vegetarian.(4) Her father was a steel pan tuner and her mother an accomplished violinist from the Royal Academy of Music.(5) We are moving into some traffic as I pan the camera through the passenger-side window.(6) The open pan of the valley had no terrors for us in daylight.(7) The first time I used it, it ungraciously bent at the handle and the entire pan of pasta that I'd just poured in got dumped into the sink.(8) I just wonder if the photographer could just pan down for a minute.(9) No matter how I tried to get into the game, the way you pan the camera around was nagging at me at every juncture.(10) He said the next thing he knew the boy had pulled the pan of hot fat over himself.(11) At the age of three I managed to pull a pan of boiling milk over me.(12) prime the pan, pour the powder down the barrel, then ram in the cartridge's paper and ball(13) The rain banged hard and fast on my head like a small toddler drumming contently on a cooking pan with a spoon.(14) Not their skills, but if they get a good drum, a better pan will result.(15) The pan is a pitched percussion instrument, tuned chromatically.(16) she sifted flour on to the wide brass pan of the scales
Related Words
(1) pan- ::
pan-
Synonyms
Noun
1. saucepan ::
saucepan
2. hollow ::
aupū
Verb
3. sift ::
faʻamamā
5. pan out ::
Pan mai
6. tear apart ::
talepe ese
Different Forms
pan, pans
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I mean, look at you, Thor,
and, oh, Peter Pan.

I mean, look at you, Thor, and, oh, Peter Pan.

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 6


...after Peter Pan cut it off.

...after Peter Pan cut it off.

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 14


It\'s called
the dove pan.

It's called the dove PAN.

The Big Bang Theory Season 5, Episode 12


Which is why I keep an omelet
pan in the trunk of my car.

Which is why I keep an omelet PAN in the trunk of my car.

The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 14


- I\'m not Peter Pan, I\'m Robin Hood.
- Really?

- I'm not Peter Pan, I'm Robin Hood. - Really?

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 6


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