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English - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): [ˈtʃænəl] * Rhymes: -ænəl

  • IPA(key): [ˈtʃænəl]
  • Rhymes: -ænəl

Que a categoria em ENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Old French _chenel_ (French: _canal_, _chenal_), from Latin _canalis_ NOUN CHANNEL (_plural_ CHANNELS) * The physical confine of a river or slough, consisting of a bed and banks. _The water coming out of the waterwheel created a standing wave in the CHANNEL._ * The natural or man-made deeper course through a reef, bar, bay, or any shallow body of water. _A CHANNEL was dredged to allow ocean-going vessels to reach the city._ * The navigable part of a river. _We were careful to keep our boat in the CHANNEL._ * A narrow body of water between two land masses. _The English CHANNEL lies between France and England._ * That through which anything passes; means of conveying or transmitting. _The news was conveyed to us by different CHANNELS._ * Dalton The veins are converging CHANNELS. * Burke At best, he is but a CHANNEL to convey to the National Assembly such matter as may import that body to know. * A gutter; a groove, as in a fluted column. * (nautical, in the plural) Flat ledges of heavy plank bolted edgewise to the outside of a vessel, to increase the spread of the shrouds and carry them clear of the bulwarks. * (electronics) A connection between initiating and terminating nodes of a circuit. _The guard-rail provided the CHANNEL between the downed wire and the tree._ * (electronics) The narrow conducting portion of a MOSFET transistor. * (communication) The part that connects a data source to a data sink. _A CHANNEL stretches between them._ * (communication) A path for conveying electrical or electromagnetic signals, usually distinguished from other parallel paths. _We are using one of the 24 CHANNELS._ * (communication) A single path provided by a transmission medium via physical separation, such as by multipair cable. _The CHANNEL is created by bonding the signals from these four pairs._ * (communication) A single path provided by a transmission medium via spectral or protocol separation, such as by frequency or time-division multiplexing. _Their call is being carried on CHANNEL 6 of the T-1 line._ * (broadcasting) A specific radio frequency or band of frequencies, usually in conjunction with a predetermined letter, number, or codeword, and allocated by international agreement. _KNDD is the CHANNEL at 107.7 MHz in Seattle._ * (broadcasting) A specific radio frequency or band of frequencies used for transmitting television. _NBC is on CHANNEL 11 in San Jose._ * 2008, Lou Schuler, "Foreward", _in_ Nate Green, _Built for Show_, page xi TV back then was five CHANNELS (three networks, PBS, and an independent station that ran _I Love Lucy_ reruns), […] * (storage) The portion of a storage medium, such as a track or a band, that is accessible to a given reading or writing station or head. _This chip in this disk drive is the CHANNEL device._ * (technic) The way in a turbine pump where the pressure is built up. _The liquid is pressurized in the lateral CHANNEL._ * (business, marketing) A distribution channel * (Internet) A particular area for conversations on an IRC network, analogous to a chatroom and often dedicated to a specific topic. * (Internet) An obsolete means of delivering up-to-date Internet content. * 1999, Jeffrey S Rule, _Dynamic HTML: The HTML Developer's Guide_ Netcaster is the "receiver" for CHANNELS that are built into Netscape 4.01 and later releases. * 1999, Margaret Levine Young, _Internet: The Complete Reference_ To access CHANNELS in Windows 98, you don't have to go any farther than your desktop. * A psychic or medium who temporarily takes on the personality of somebody else. SYNONYMS * (

From Old French chenel (French: canal, chenal), from Latin canalis

Noun

channel (plural channels)

  1. The physical confine of a river or slough, consisting of a bed and banks.
    The water coming out of the waterwheel created a standing wave in the channel.
  2. The natural or man-made deeper course through a reef, bar, bay, or any shallow body of water.
    A channel was dredged to allow ocean-going vessels to reach the city.
  3. The navigable part of a river.
    We were careful to keep our boat in the channel.
  4. A narrow body of water between two land masses.
    The English Channel lies between France and England.
  5. That through which anything passes; means of conveying or transmitting.
    The news was conveyed to us by different channels.
  6. A gutter; a groove, as in a fluted column.
  7. (nautical, in the plural) Flat ledges of heavy plank bolted edgewise to the outside of a vessel, to increase the spread of the shrouds and carry them clear of the bulwarks.
  8. (electronics) A connection between initiating and terminating nodes of a circuit.
    The guard-rail provided the channel between the downed wire and the tree.
  9. (electronics) The narrow conducting portion of a MOSFET transistor.
  10. (communication) The part that connects a data source to a data sink.
    A channel stretches between them.
  11. (communication) A path for conveying electrical or electromagnetic signals, usually distinguished from other parallel paths.
    We are using one of the 24 channels.
  12. (communication) A single path provided by a transmission medium via physical separation, such as by multipair cable.
    The channel is created by bonding the signals from these four pairs.
  13. (communication) A single path provided by a transmission medium via spectral or protocol separation, such as by frequency or time-division multiplexing.
    Their call is being carried on channel 6 of the T-1 line.
  14. (broadcasting) A specific radio frequency or band of frequencies, usually in conjunction with a predetermined letter, number, or codeword, and allocated by international agreement.
    KNDD is the channel at 107.7 MHz in Seattle.
  15. (broadcasting) A specific radio frequency or band of frequencies used for transmitting television.
    NBC is on channel 11 in San Jose.
  16. (storage) The portion of a storage medium, such as a track or a band, that is accessible to a given reading or writing station or head.
    This chip in this disk drive is the channel device.
  17. (technic) The way in a turbine pump where the pressure is built up.
    The liquid is pressurized in the lateral channel.
  18. (business, marketing) A distribution channel
  19. (Internet) A particular area for conversations on an IRC network, analogous to a chatroom and often dedicated to a specific topic.
  20. (Internet) An obsolete means of delivering up-to-date Internet content.
  21. A psychic or medium who temporarily takes on the personality of somebody else.
Synonyms

English - Etymology 2

From chainwale NOUN CHANNEL (_plural_ CHANNELS) * (nautical) The wale of a sailing ship which projects beyond the gunwale and to which the shrouds attach via the chains.

From chainwale

Noun

channel (plural channels)

  1. (nautical) The wale of a sailing ship which projects beyond the gunwale and to which the shrouds attach via the chains.


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