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channel of communicationnoun [C]

uk   us   plural channels of communication also communication channel
COMMUNICATIONS a system or method that is used for communicating with other people: The most common channels of communication used by online businesses are email, newsletters, and live chat. Union leaders hoped the meeting would open up a channel of communication between staff and management. In this type of dispute, it is important to keep the channels of communication open.
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