[pan-tuh-graf, -grahf] /ˈpæn təˌgræf, -ˌgrɑf/
Also, pantagraph. an instrument for the mechanical copying of plans, diagrams, etc., on any desired scale.
Electricity. a device usually consisting of two parallel, hinged, double-diamond frames, for transferring current from an overhead wire to a vehicle, as a trolley car or electric locomotive.
an instrument consisting of pivoted levers for copying drawings, maps, etc, to any desired scale
a sliding type of current collector, esp a diamond-shaped frame mounted on a train roof in contact with an overhead wire
a device consisting of a parallelogram of jointed rods used to suspend a studio lamp so that its height can be adjusted
[pan-tol-uh-jee] /pænˈtɒl ə dʒi/ noun 1. a systematic view of all human knowledge.
[pan] /pæn/ noun 1. a broad, shallow container of metal, usually having sides flaring outward toward the top, used in various forms for frying, baking, washing, etc. 2. any similar receptacle or part, as the scales of a balance. 3. the amount a pan holds or can hold; : a pan of shelled peas. 4. […]
[pan] /pæn/ noun 1. a soft, lustrous, lightweight velvet with flattened pile. /pæn/ noun 1. a lightweight velvet fabric n. 1794, from French panne “soft material, plush” (15c.), earlier penne (13c.), of unknown origin; perhaps from Latin penna “feather” (see pen (n.1)).
/ˈpænɪdʒ/ noun (archaic) 1. pasturage for pigs, esp in a forest 2. the right to pasture pigs in a forest 3. payment for this 4. acorns, beech mast, etc, on which pigs feed