channel - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "channel" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

channel / канал, русло, желоб
имя существительное
channel, canal, duct, conduit, opening, tract
channel, watercourse
chute, trough, gutter, channel, tray, flume
проводить канал
channel, canalize, canalise, canal
рыть канаву
пускать по каналу
имя существительное
a length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.
The bay includes saltmarsh, shallow and open water, tidal channels , mudflats and numerous islands, and a freshwater pond.
a band of frequencies used in radio and television transmission, especially as used by a particular station.
Under this concept, multiple antennas simultaneously transmit different flows of data over one and the same radio channel and frequency band.
a medium for communication or the passage of information.
they didn't apply through the proper channels
direct toward a particular end or object.
advertisers channel money into radio
form channels or grooves in.
the lower jawbone is deeply channeled
She had an inherited heart defect and the surgeons were due to provide an artificial channel in her heart, but hours after arriving home she died in her mother's arms.
A few weeks ago this ice measured three metres thick and was blocking 80% of the channel in this area right down to the bottom of the river.
He appears as a man who can channel spirits, and impersonates Elvis.
The most costly element of the dredging will be the removal of a massive rock which is located in a shallow area of the channel on the south side of the harbour.
Around me the water was moving slowly through the channel towards the fjord.
There is always a good head of water maintained in the navigational channel with a maximum depth approaching 12 ft at low tide.
These elements channel the traffic in front of the auditorium along drives that lead into the site from the highway.
Just recently new lights were installed in the channel making it navigational at night for the first time ever.
Before joining the channel in February 1998, he had spent 18 years with the BBC, where he edited Match of the Day, Grandstand and Sportsnight.
We duly set off, heading across the Eday Sound, a channel of water between Sanday and Eday about three miles across.