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Translation of "channel" - English-Turkish dictionary

channel

noun [C]     /ˈtʃænəl/
TELEVISION
A2 a television or radio station (= broadcasting company) tv/radyo kanalı/bandı Television
PASSAGE
a long, narrow passage for water or other liquids to flow along kanal an irrigation channelWatercourses and waterfalls
COMMUNICATION
a way of communicating with people or getting something done iletişim kanalı a channel of communication Ways of achieving things
the Channel
( also the English Channel) the narrow area of water between England and France İngiltere ile Fransa arasındaki kanal, manş tüneli Seas and oceans
RIVER
a part of a river or sea that is deep and wide enough for ships to travel along geçiş tüneli/kanalı a navigable channelNavigation and shipwrecksBays and gulfsCoasts and beaches
(Definition of channel noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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