The definition of a channel is a waterway, a means of communication and a specific television or radio frequency.
Short for cable television, broadcast over the above network, not by antenna.
A road or path
A plug is defined as the end piece of a cord for an electrical device with prongs that fit into a wall socket.
The definition of an aqueduct is a man-made tube or channel used for transporting water a long distance.
The definition of a tube is a pliable container with a screw cap at one end to keep it closed.
A pipe or drain, usually underground, used to carry off water and waste matter
The manner of guiding or carrying oneself; personal deportment; mode of action; behavior.
The definition of culvert is a tunnel or a drain under a road or a railway that carries a stream or drainage from one side to the other.
The wire leading from an aerial or antenna to a receiver or transmitter
(Anatomy) A tube, duct, or passageway.
The stream of air and water rising from the blowhole of a whale
A channel at the edge of a street or road for carrying off surface water.
A stream of water; river, brook, etc.
(Biology) A usually geographically isolated population of organisms that differs from other populations of the same species in certain heritable traits:
The definition of a drain is a pipe or channel that lets something run off.
(Sports) A finish line of a racetrack.
A material or an object that conducts heat, electricity, light, or sound. Electrical conductors contain electric charges (usually electrons) that are relatively free to move through the material; a voltage applied across the conductor therefore creates an electric current. Insulators (electrical nonconductors) contain no charges that move when subject to a voltage.
The posterior part of the intestinal tract in various invertebrates.
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