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channel

noun /ˈtʃӕnl/
the bed of a stream or other way through which liquid can flow a sewage channel. a passage of deeper water in a river, through which ships can sail. a narrow stretch of water joining two seas the English Channel. a means of sending or receiving information etc
canal, medio
We got the information through the usual channels.
(in television, radio etc) a band of frequencies for sending or receiving signals BBC Television now has several channels.
(Definition of channel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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