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Translation of "channel" - English-Turkish dictionary

channel

verb [T]     /ˈtʃænəl/ ( present participle UK channelling, past tense and past participle channelled, present participle US channeling, past tense and past participle channeled)
WATER to direct water along a particular route suyu kanalize etmek, kanal yardımıyla götürmek The waste water is channelled through this pipe.Controlling and being in charge
MONEY/ENERGY to use money or energy for a particular purpose parayı ve enerjiyi belli bir amaç için kanalize etmek, kullanmak We've channelled all our resources into this project.Using and misusing
Translations of “channel”
in Vietnamese hướng vào…
in Spanish canalizar, dirigir…
in Thai มุ่งไปยัง…
in Malaysian menyalurkan…
in French canaliser…
in German lenken…
in Chinese (Traditional) 引導, 把…導入,將…引入…
in Indonesian menyalurkan…
in Russian пускать, направлять (воду), направлять…
in Chinese (Simplified) 引导, 把…导入,将…引入…
in Polish prowadzić, kierować…
(Definition of channel verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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