channel

channel
1. noun
1) пролив; the (English) Channel Ла-Манш
2) канал; русло; фарватер; проток
3) сток; сточная канава
4) путь, источник; the information was received through the usual channels информация была получена обычным путем
5) tech. желоб; выемка; паз, шпунт; швеллер
6) radio звуковой тракт
2. verb
1) проводить канал; рыть канаву; the river has channelled its way through the rocks река проложила себе путь в скалах
2) пускать по каналу; fig. направлять в определенное русло
3) constr. делать выемки или пазы
channel off
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1 (n) источник; канал; одноканальная система
2 (v) канализировать
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1) пролив, канал 2) источник 3) канал, программа
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[chan·nel || 'tʃænl] n. канал, русло, фарватер; протока, пролив; сток, сточная канава; путь, дорога, проход; источник; желоб; выемка, паз, шпунт; швеллер; звуковой тракт; канал чата (общения в интернете) [комп.], конференция [комп.] v. проводить канал, рыть канаву, пускать по каналу; направлять в определенное русло; делать пазы, делать выемки
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выемка
источник
канал
паз
пролив
проток
путь
растекаться
русло
сток
фарватер
швеллер
шпунт
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1. сущ. 1) канал 2) сток; сточная канава 3) пролив 4) русло 5) перен. источник, путь; средство передачи 2. гл. 1) проводить канал; рыть канаву 2) перен. направлять в определенное русло, проводить через канал 3) строит. делать выемки

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