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A hollow bed for a natural or artificial waterway
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“They blasted out the rocky bed with dynamite, forming a channel by which the water might flow from shallow pool to shallow pool.”
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A length of water, typically joining two larger areas of water
“This huge chunk of rock, separated from the mainland by an ocean channel, has an arch cut into its base through which the ocean rollers thunder.”
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A long tube, pipe or cylinder, typically carrying, or allowing the flow of, a substance
“A vortex forms within each of the cavities as the gas passes through the channel.”
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A method or system for communication or distribution
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“The counseling service is a confidential channel through which people begin to address problems.”
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A service or station using a channel of frequencies
“He sifted through the television channels and landed on the news channel.”
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A long, narrow cut or depression in a hard material
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A low area of land between hills or mountains, typically with a river or stream flowing through it
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An agent or someone who has the power to control the outcome of something
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A newspaper or periodical which promotes the views of an organization
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A tree-lined approach to a country house or similar building
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Something intended to reconcile or connect two seemingly incompatible things
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An underground passage or hole, especially one that has been manually created
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One who speaks on behalf of an organization or another person
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Track
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An area that can accommodate a ship at anchor
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A person who has psychic powers
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A hole or depression in something
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A person who tries to bring about agreement between others
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To direct towards a particular direction, end or object
“These organizations cooperate to channel funds into social activities and community-based development projects.”
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To form channels or grooves in, typically by cutting or gouging
“You will need to channel a groove in the wall for the wire to sit in so that the lamp rests flush against the surface.”
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(in psychoanalytic theory) To divert or modify (an instinctual impulse) into a culturally higher or socially more acceptable activity
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To direct or steer a group of animals or people
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Dig a hole
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To wield or make use of
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To arrange for something to belong to, or be officially controlled by, somebody else
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To determine or dictate
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To have the use or benefit of something
hast (archaic)
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