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ˈtʃan(ə)l Listen
  • a length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.
  • a band of frequencies used in radio and television transmission, especially as used by a particular station.
  • a method or system for communication or distribution.
    E.g. they didn't apply through the proper channels
  • an electric circuit which acts as a path for a signal.
    E.g. an audio channel
  • a tubular passage or duct for liquid.
    E.g. fish eggs have a small channel called the micropyle
  • a groove or furrow.
    E.g. a solid block of metal that is machined to create channels into which screw-in cartridge valves can be installed
  • direct towards a particular end or object.
    E.g. the council is to channel public funds into training schemes
  • (of a person) serve as a medium for (a spirit).
    E.g. she was channelling the spirit of Billie Holiday

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