[ US /ˈtʃænəɫz/ ]
[ UK /t‍ʃˈænə‍lz/ ]
  1. official routes of communication
    you have to go through channels
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How To Use channels In A Sentence

  • The black and white images suggested a lunar surface with bright elevated land masses, grooved by sloping drainage channels and seemingly surrounded by dark, still pools of oily liquid.
  • By this time, Dad and I had replaced the old dipole with a short Yagi array, horizontally polarized of course, and screwed to one of the crossbeams in the attic, so now we had three channels with excellent reception.
  • (Regular posters such as Kurland put up more on their own 3-D YouTube channels.) Weather News
  • Not that I read any more or make music or write - I just vegetate in front of the myriad digital channels we now have.
  • We then build a multispectral image consisting of five spectral bands (visible, near-IR, and three thermal IR channels) and use the program for further processing and interpretation.
  • The molten metal channels into the troughs.
  • Naturally the availability of what we have today was unthought of and in most cases seemed impossible, but most television sets were capable of providing at least up to four basic channels.
  • Why do TV channels insist on added canned laughter and applause on quiz shows? The Sun
  • There are even moments on this disc where she channels the energy and spirit of the late, great Bob Marley.
  • Most premium programmers offer a variety of multiplex channels on digital tiers to rotate their movie libraries, at no extra cost to the operator.
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