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conduitnoun [C]

uk   /ˈkɒndjuːɪt/ us   /ˈkɑːnduː-/
a way of connecting two places, systems, etc.: There is growth in sales to Hong Kong, the conduit for exports to the rest of the area.
a way of connecting two people or organizations: conduit between sb/sth and sb/sth The proposal that a board's senior non-executive should become a prime conduit between a company and its shareholders is causing concern.conduit for sth The new retail bank created by the merger might provide the insurance company with a conduit for selling its products to bank customers.
COMMUNICATIONS something that carries or moves information: The internet has become a major conduit for video and sound (especially music) distribution.
(Definition of conduit from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “conduit”
in Chinese (Simplified) (水、电线等的)管道,导管…
in Chinese (Traditional) (水、電線等的)管道,導管…
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