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Определение “channel” в словаре английского

Определение "channel" в словаре английского

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channelnoun [C]

uk   /ˈtʃæn.əl/  us   /ˈtʃæn.əl/
  • channel noun [C] (TELEVISION)

A2 a ​televisionstation: a ​cable/​terrestrial/​satellite channel a ​music/​movie/​news/​shopping/​sports channel the ​news on Channel 4 She switched/​turned to another channel to ​watchfootball.

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  • channel noun [C] (PASSAGE)

a ​passage for ​water or other ​liquids to ​flow along, or a ​part of a ​river or other ​area of ​water that is ​deep and ​wide enough to ​provide a ​route for ​ships to ​travel along: There are drainage/​irrigation channels all over this ​flatagriculturalland. The ​boats all have to ​pass through this ​narrow channel.
the (English) Channel
the ​area of ​sea that ​separatesEngland from France: We're going to have a day-trip ​across the Channel. We took the ​car to France ​overnight on a (​cross-)channel ​ferry.

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  • channel noun [C] (COMMUNICATING)

C2 a way of ​communicating with ​people or getting something done: We must ​open the channels of ​communication between the two ​countries. The ​governmentpursued every diplomatic/​official channel to ​free the ​hostages. Complaints should be made through the proper/​usual channels.
  • channel noun [C] (MAKING AVAILABLE)

a way of making a ​product, ​information, etc. ​available: The ​insurersellsitsproducts through a ​variety of distribution channels, ​includingbanks.
  • channel noun [C] (AIRPORT/PORT)

UK a ​route or way out of an ​airport or ​port where ​travellers' ​bags are ​examined: If you have nothing to ​declare, go through the green channel. Goods to ​declare - use the red channel.

channelverb [T]

uk   /ˈtʃæn.əl/  us   /ˈtʃæn.əl/ (-ll- or US usually -l-)
(Определение слова channel из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "channel" в словаре американского английского

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channelnoun [C]

 us   /ˈtʃæn·əl/
  • channel noun [C] (PASSAGE)

a ​passage for ​water or other ​liquids to ​flow along, or a ​part of a ​river or other ​area of ​water that is ​deep and ​wide enough to ​provide a ​route for ​ships to ​travel along
A channel is also a ​narrowpart of the ​sea between a ​continent and an ​island: the ​English Channel
  • channel noun [C] (TELEVISION STATION)

a ​televisionstation: She ​switched to another channel to ​watch the ​news.
  • channel noun [C] (DIRECT)

a way of giving, ​directing, or ​communicating something: We’ve ​established a ​regulardistribution channel for these ​products.

channelverb [T]

 us   /ˈtʃæn·əl/
  • channel verb [T] (DIRECT)

to ​direct something into a ​particularplace or ​situation: A lot of ​money has been channeled into ​cancerresearch.
(Определение слова channel из Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "channel" в словаре делового английского

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channelnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈtʃænəl/
COMMERCE, MARKETING a way in which ​products or ​services are made ​available to ​customers: The ​insurersells its ​products through a ​variety of channels, ​includingbanks, ​wholesalers, and its own ​salesforce. multi-channel ​retailing
COMMUNICATIONS a ​television station: TV/cable channel Watch your favorite TV channels ​online for ​free!
COMMUNICATIONS, IT a ​system used for ​passinginformation or ​electronicsignals, or a way of communicating with ​people: media channels such as ​newspapers, ​digitaltelevision, and the ​internet

channelverb [T + adverb or preposition]

uk   us   /ˈtʃænəl/ ( UK -ll-, US usually -l-)
to use ​money, ​effort, etc. in a particular way: channel sth (back) into sth 10% of the company's ​profits will be channeled back into ​advertising.channel sth away from/towards sth HR has channeled all its ​efforts towards ​recruiting new ​personnel.
to ​sendmoney, etc. using a particular ​route: channel sth through sth The ​funds will be channelled through the UN and the World Bank.
(Определение слова channel из Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Переводы "channel"
на корейский 채널, 해협…
на арабский قَناة تِلِفِزْيونيِّة, قَناة مائيّة…
на малайский alur, kanal, selat…
на французский chenal, canal, détroit…
на русский канал, путь, источник…
на китайский (традиционный) 電視, 電視台, 電視頻道…
на итальянский canale, stretto…
на турецкий tv/radyo kanalı/bandı, kanal, iletişim kanalı…
на польский program, kanał, droga…
на испанский canal, medio…
на вьетнамский rãnh, luồng, eo biển…
на португальский canal…
на тайский ร่องน้ำ, ร่องน้ำลึก, ช่องแคบ…
на немецкий der Kanal, das Flußbett, die Fahrrinne…
на каталонский canal…
на японский (テレビの)チャンネル, 水路, 海峡…
на китайский (упрощенный) 电视, 电视台, 电视频道…
на индонезийский saluran, kanal, terusan…
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