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channel

verb [T + adverb or preposition]
 
 
/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 send money, etc. using a particular route: channel sth through sth The funds will be channelled through the UN and the World Bank.
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