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channel /ˈtʃænl/ noun [countable]
Channel 4 /ˌtʃænl ˈfɔːʳ/
Channel 5 /ˌtʃænl ˈfaɪv/


ابروی پهن ، شیار دراوردن ، کانال ساختن ، کانال تلویزیون ، روگاه شیار ، ناودان ، تنگه ، باب ، ابراه ، ابرو ، سلسله مراتب ، تعویض محل خدمت مسیر انجام کار ، رده ، راه ابی ، چانل بی سیم ، ابراهه ، مجرای ابگذری ، شیاردار کردن ، دریا ، کندن (مجرا یا راه) ، (مج درجمع) هرگونه نقل وانتقال چیز یا اندیشه ونظر و غیره ، ترعه ، مجرا ، کانال ، خط مشی ، علوم مهندسی: فولاد" یو "شکل ، کامپیوتر: مجرا ، الکترونیک: کانال ، عمران: کانال ، معماری: ابراهه ، قانون ـ فقه: مجرا ، روانشناسی: رسانه ، زیست شناسی: راهگان ، ورزش: قسمت عمیق اب ، علوم هوایی: کانال ، علوم نظامی: مجرا ، علوم دریایی: قسمت عمیق اب ، گذرگاه ابی

: channel(s)

مجرا ، طریق ، کانال ، ابرو ، قانون ـ فقه: وسیله
الکترونیک: کانال ، مجرا ، کامپیوتر: تنگه ، ابروی پهن ، راهگان ، زیست شناسی: مجرا ، فقهی: شیار دراوردن ، کانال ساختن ، کانال تلویزیون ، کانال ، مجرا ، روگاه شیار ، ناودان ، فولاد" یو "شکل ، علوم مهندسی: قسمت عمیق اب ، قایقرانی ، : ورزشی: گذرگاه ابی ، علوم دریایی: کانال ، هواپیمایی: تنگه ، باب ، ابراه ، ابرو ، ابراهه ، معماری: سلسله مراتب ، انتقال ، تعویض محل خدمت مسیر انجام کار ، رده ، کانال ، راه ابی ، چانل بی سیم ، مجرا ، علوم نظامی: ابراهه ، مجرای ابگذری ، کانال ، عمران: کانال ، رسانه ، روانشناسی: کانال ، الکترونیک: شیاردار کردن ، دریا، کندن( مجرا یا راه)،( مج درجمع )هرگونه نقل وانتقال چیز یا اندیشه ونظر و غیره ، ترعه ، مجرا، کانال ، خط مشیکانال ، مجرا ، کامپیوتر: تنگه ، ابروی پهن ، راهگان ، زیست شناسی: مجرا ، فقهی: شیار دراوردن ، کانال ساختن ، کانال تلویزیون ، کانال ، مجرا ، روگاه شیار ، ناودان ، فولاد" یو "شکل ، علوم مهندسی: قسمت عمیق اب ، قایقرانی ، : ورزشی: گذرگاه ابی ، علوم دریایی: کانال ، هواپیمایی: تنگه ، باب ، ابراه ، ابرو ، ابراهه ، معماری: سلسله مراتب ، انتقال ، تعویض محل خدمت مسیر انجام کار ، رده ، کانال ، راه ابی ، چانل بی سیم ، مجرا ، علوم نظامی: ابراهه ، مجرای ابگذری ، کانال ، عمران: کانال ، رسانه ، روانشناسی: کانال ، الکترونیک: شیاردار کردن ، دریا، کندن( مجرا یا راه)،( مج درجمع )هرگونه نقل وانتقال چیز یا اندیشه ونظر و غیره ، ترعه ، مجرا، کانال ، خط مشی کامپیوتر: کانال ، شبکه

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

channel
[noun]
Synonyms:
- route, approach, artery, avenue, course, means, medium, path, way
- passage, canal, conduit, duct, furrow, groove, gutter, route, strait
[verb]
Synonyms:
- direct, conduct, convey, guide, transmit
Related Words: pass, passage, way

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

Channel, the
the English Channel

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

I. channel1 S3 W2 AC /ˈtʃænl/ noun [countable]
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French; Origin: chanel, from Latin canalis; canal]

1. TELEVISION a television station and all the programmes that it broadcasts:
the news on Channel 4
The kids are watching cartoons on the Disney Channel.
What channel is ‘ER’ on?
He changed channels to watch the basketball game.

2. FOR GETTING INFORMATION/GOODS ETC a system or method that you use to send or obtain information, goods, permission etc:
The U.S. is working through diplomatic channels to find a solution.
The new software will be sold through existing distribution channels.
channel of
It is important that we open channels of communication with the police.

3. SEA/RIVER
a) an area of water that connects two larger areas of water:
St George’s Channel
b) the Channel British English the area of water between France and England Synonym : the English Channel
c) the deepest part of a river, harbour, or sea, especially where it is deep enough to allow ships to sail in

4. WATER a passage that water or other liquids flow along:
an irrigation channel

5. RADIO a particular range of sound waves which can be used to send and receive radio messages

6. IN A SURFACE a long deep line cut into a surface or a long deep space between two edges Synonym : groove:
The sliding doors fit into these plastic channels.

7. WAY TO EXPRESS YOURSELF a way of expressing your thoughts, feelings, or physical energy Synonym : vehicle
channel for
Art provides a channel for the children’s creativity.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

II. channel2 AC verb (past tense and past participle channelled, present participle channelling British English, channeled, channeling American English) [transitive]

1. to control and direct something such as money or energy towards a particular purpose Synonym : direct
channel something into something
Most of his energy was channeled into writing and lecturing.
channel something to somebody
Profits are channelled to conservation groups.
channel something through something
The famine relief money was channelled through the UN.

2. to control or direct people or things to a particular place, work, situation etc
channel somebody/something into something
Women were likely to be channeled into jobs as teachers or nurses.
Drugs from government pharmacies were being channeled into illegal drug markets.

3. to cut a long deep line in something:
Water had channelled grooves in the rock.

4. to send water through a passage:
An efficient irrigation system channels water to the crops.

5. to allow a spirit to come into your body and speak through you, or to tell people a message that you have received in this way:
She claims to channel the spirit of a 2,000-year-old hunter.

6. to look or sound like a famous person, especially someone who is dead:
In her latest video, Kylie is channelling Marilyn Monroe.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

Channel 4 /ˌtʃænl ˈfɔːʳ/ trademark
one of the five main television stations in the UK. It is paid for partly by advertisements and partly by the various ITV companies. Channel 4 broadcasts a wide range of programmes, including programmes for people with special or unusual interests. Several British cinema films, such as Four Weddings and a Funeral, have been made with money provided by Channel 4:
a late-night talk show on Channel 4
the Channel 4 News

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

Channel 5 /ˌtʃænl ˈfaɪv/ trademark
the newest of the five main television stations in the UK, which is paid for by advertisements. It is known for making popular programmes and for the many films it shows. It often broadcasts the same type of programme at the same time every day. People in some parts of the UK complain that they cannot get Channel 5 programmes on their television sets or that the quality of the picture is not very good.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

channel
noun
I. television/radio station
ADJ. radio, television/TV, video | cable, satellite, terrestrial | commercial, independent | movie, sports, etc.
VERB + CHANNEL change (to), switch (to/over to), tune (in) to I changed channels when the news came on.
CHANNEL + VERB broadcast This channel broadcasts 24 hours a day.
PREP. on a/the ~ There's an interesting documentary on Channel 4 tonight.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

channel
II. route for sending information
ADJ. direct, indirect Journalists always have indirect channels for getting information.
formal, official She first tried to get a doctor's certificate through official channels.
informal | appropriate, conventional, normal, proper, right, usual | effective an effective channel for communication
diplomatic | communication, distribution worldwide distribution channels
VERB + CHANNEL go through, use If you want a visa, you will have to go through the proper channels.
establish, open (up) attempts to open up new channels of communication
PREP. through a/the ~ The government hopes to settle the dispute through diplomatic channels.
PHRASES a channel of communication, channels of distribution

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

channel
III. narrow area of water
ADJ. deep | narrow | drainage, irrigation Irrigation channels supply the crops with water.
river, water The estate has fountains and water channels.
shipping

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

channel

a television channel
NTV is Russia’s leading television channel.
a news/movie/sports etc channel
What’s on the movie channel tonight?
a satellite channel (=using signals sent from a machine in space)
CNN and other satellite channels
a cable channel (=using signals sent through a wire)
ABC announced its plans for a new cable channel.
a terrestrial channel (=not using satellite)
Channel 5 is the newest terrestrial channel in the UK.
a digital channel (=using electronic signals sent out in the form of numbers)
You can’t record one digital channel while watching another.
a commercial channel (=paid for by people advertising on it)
On commercial channels they have advertisement breaks.
change channels
Use the remote control to change channels.
switch channels
He kept switching channels.
launch a channel (=start a channel broadcasting on TV)
In 1994, SKY launched two new channels.
watch a channel
The kids are always watching the cartoon channel.
a channel broadcasts something
All the channels are broadcasting the match live.
channel-hop (=keep changing from one channel to another)
I usually start channel-hopping when the adverts are on.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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