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  1. channel

    • IPA[ˈtʃan(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      a length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.;the English Channel
    • v.
      direct towards a particular end or object;cause to pass along or through a specified route or medium
    • noun: channel, plural noun: channels

    • verb: channel, 3rd person present: channels, gerund or present participle: channelling, past tense: channelled, past participle: channelled

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.
    • 2. the English Channel:

      the movement has spread across the Channel

    • 3. a navigable passage in a stretch of water otherwise unsafe for vessels:

      buoys marked the safe limits of the channel

    • 4. a hollow bed for a natural or artificial waterway:

      the river is confined in a narrow channel

    • 5. a band of frequencies used in radio and television transmission, especially as used by a particular station.
    • 6. a service or station using a channel of frequencies:

      a new television channel

    • 7. a method or system for communication or distribution:

      they didn't apply through the proper channels

      some companies have a variety of sales channels

    • 8. an electric circuit which acts as a path for a signal:

      an audio channel

    • 9. the semiconductor region in a field-effect transistor that forms the main current path between the source and the drain.
    • 10. a tubular passage or duct for liquid:

      fish eggs have a small channel called the micropyle

    • 11. a groove or furrow:

      a solid block of metal that is machined to create channels into which screw-in cartridge valves can be installed

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. direct towards a particular end or object:

      the council is to channel public funds into training schemes

    • 2. cause to pass along or through a specified route or medium:

      many countries channel their aid through charities

    • 3. (of a person) serve as a medium for (a spirit):

      she was channelling the spirit of Billie Holiday

    • 4. emulate or seem to be inspired by:

      Meg Ryan plays Avery as if she's channelling Nicole Kidman

    • adj. characterized by grooves or furrows:

    • the pottery is usually plain and dark in color, sometimes with channeled decoration and molded handles

      the narrow, deeply channeled track

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    • adj. characterized by grooves or furrows:

    • the pottery is usually plain and dark in colour, sometimes with channelled decoration and moulded handles

      the narrow, deeply channelled track

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    • v. change frequently from one television channel to another.

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    • v. change frequently from one television channel to another.

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    • ph. a group of islands in the English Channel off the northwestern coast of France, classed as British Crown dependencies; population 164,000 (estimated 2015). The largest are Jersey, Guernsey, and Alderney.

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    • v. change frequently from one television channel to another.

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    • ph. the stretch of sea separating south-western Scotland from Northern Ireland and connecting the Irish Sea to the Atlantic Ocean.

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    • n. in many countries, the passage that should be taken (at a customs area in an airport or port) by arriving passengers who have goods to declare:

    • when we arrived in Bangkok, we were told to proceed to the red channel

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    美式

    • n.
      a length of water wider than a strait, joining two larger areas of water, especially two seas.
    • v.
      direct toward a particular end or object:
    • advertisers channel money into radio

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  2. 知識+

    • Channels in a television

      A television channel is a physical or virtual channel over which a television station or television network...analog audio (FM), or 55.31 MHz for digital ATSC (8VSB). Channels may be shared by many different television stations or cable-...

    • back channel 是什麼(20點)

      back channel 原是政治/外交術語,指秘密連絡管道/非正式外交途徑。用在電訊方面的back-channel是指"反向的回轉通道"。在你這句話裡,"Every speaker ...

    • 請問什麼是FS channel?

      FS channel 是 Finite-State Channels 的縮寫啦~~ 意思可能是 臨時受限的通路 吧!因為沒有前後文所以不是非常確定翻的準不準。但是 FS channel 是 Finite-State Channels 的縮寫沒錯!