Channel

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In a general sense channel means connection.

In a more specific sense it may mean:

In context with water:

  • a connection between two bodies of water
  • Canal, a manmade water channel
  • English Channel, the part of the Atlantic Ocean that separates Great Britain from northern France

In other context:

  • Television channel, a television station or its cable/satellite counterpart
  • Audio channel, the track or location from where the sound comes
  • Channel (marketing), the distribution "channel" for selling and delivering a product or service to a company's customers
  • Active Channel, a website type which was introduced by Internet Explorer 4.0 in 1997
  • Ion channel, a channel in a plasma membrane which helps certain ions to enter/exit a biological cell

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  • Chanel, a Parisian fashion house