channel englannista suomeksi
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''The water coming out of the waterwheel created a standing wave in the channel.''
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''A channel was dredged to allow ocean-going vessels to reach the city.''
The navigable part of a river.
''We were careful to keep our boat in the channel.''
A narrow body of water between two land masses.
''The English Channel lies between France and England.''
Something through which another thing passes; a means of conveying or transmitting.
''The news was conveyed to us by different channels.''
(quote-book)|title=Francesca Carrara|volume=3|pages=69-70|text=But I write to tell you what you will hear through all the various channels by which news travels,...
(RQ:Dalton Human Physiolog)
- The veins are converging channels.
(RQ:Burke Revolution in France)
A gutter; a groove, as in a fluted column.
''The guard-rail provided the channel between the downed wire and the tree.''
The narrow conducting portion of a MOSFET transistor.
''A channel stretches between them.''
''We are using one of the 24 channels.''
''The channel is created by bonding the signals from these four pairs.''
''Their call is being carried on channel 6 of the T-1 line.''
''KNDD is the channel at 107.7 MHz in Seattle.''
''NBC is on channel 11 in San Jose.''
2008, Lou Schuler, "Foreward", ''in'' Nate Green, ''Built for Show'', page xi
- TV back then was five channels (three networks, PBS, and an independent station that ran ''I Love Lucy'' reruns),(..)
''This chip in this disk drive is the channel device.''
''The liquid is pressurized in the lateral channel.''
1999, Jeffrey S Rule, ''Dynamic HTML: The HTML Developer's Guide''
- Netcaster is the "receiver" for channels that are built into Netscape 4.01 and later releases.
To make or cut a channel or groove in.
To direct or guide along a desired course.
''We will channel the traffic to the left with these cones.''
To serve as a medium for.
''She was channeling the spirit of her late husband, Seth.''
To follow as a model, especially in a performance.
''He was trying to channel President Reagan, but the audience wasn't buying it.''
''When it is my turn to sing karaoke, I am going to channel Ray Charles.''
The wale of a sailing ship which projects beyond the gunwale and to which the shrouds attach via the chains. One of the flat ledges of heavy plank bolted edgewise to the outside of a vessel, to increase the spread of the shrouds and carry them clear of the bulwarks.