noun. (United Kingdom), (colloquial) see PANTOMIME.
acid asid pantoik
noun. 1. Communication by means of gesture and facial expression: Some tourists make themselves understood abroad by pantomime. 2. a. The telling of a story without words, by means of bodily movements, gestures, and facial expressions. b. A play, dance, or other theatrical performance characterized by such wordless storytelling. c. An ancient Roman theatrical performance in which one actor played all the parts by means of gesture and movement, accompanied by a narrative chorus. d. A player in such a performance. 3. A traditional British Christmas entertainment for children, usually based on nursery tales and featuring stock characters in costume who sing, dance, and perform skits, pantomim.
(păn´tə-thĕnʹāt´, păn-tŏthʹə-nāt´) noun. A salt or an ester of pantothenic acid, pantotenat
acid (păn´tə-thĕnʹĭk ăsʹĭd) noun. A yellow, oily acid, C9H17NO5, belonging to and found widely in plant and animal tissues, asid pantotenik