channelling

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Englisch - Türkisch
oluklanım
arnalama
arna açma
kanallama, oluklanim
kanal açma
channel
kanal

Tom reklamlar sırasında kanalları değiştirir. - Tom changes channels during commercials.

Kanal değiştirebilir miyim? - Can I change the channel?

channel
yatak/oluk/kanal
channel
{i} radyo, TV kanal
channel
Kanalize etmek
channel
yönlendirmek
channel
hat
channel
akanak
channel
(Askeri) palasarte
channel
kanal yolu
channel
yatak
channel
su yolu
channel
mahreç
channel
(İnşaat) geçit
channel
(İnşaat) savak
channel
arna açmak
channel
çevirmek
channel
arna
channel
oluk
channel
(Mecâzen) Ruhani bir varlıkla veya olmuş bir insanın ruhuyla iletişim yapılan kanal
channel
yön
channel
suyolu
channel
nehir yatağı
channel
bağlantı
channel
iletişim
channel
maceraya sevketmek
channel
kanala dökmek
channel
akak
channel
yol

Doğru bir yol bulmadıkça bu alanda asla ileri gitmeyeceksin. - You'll never get ahead in this place unless you go through the proper channels.

channel
kanal açmak
channel
oymak
channel
İrc de tartısma ve konusma alanlarına verilen ad . Kanal
channel
mecraya sevketmek
channel
{i} yol; su yolu; boğaz
channel
palasartalar
channel
yatak kanal
channel
bir su yolunun derin kısıml
channel
geniş boğaz
channel
(Askeri) KANAL: Bir sistem veya devre üzerinde müstakilen haberleşme sağlayan bir yol. Bir sistem veya devre üzerinde (frekans bölümünü çoğalma veya zaman bölümünü çoğaltma usulleriyle meydana gelen) müstakil kanal miktarı, bunun temin edilebileceği müstakil haberleşme yollarının miktarı ile ölçülür
channel
(Tıp) Tüp veya boru şeklindeki oluşumun içinden geçen yol, kanat, geçit
channel
kanal aç/yönlendir
channel
yöneltmek
channel
{i} nehir yatağı, akak, mecra
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von channelling im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

channel
Bir ağdaki iki yer arasında, belirli iletim hızına sahip bir iletişim hattı
Englisch - Englisch
formation of a "groove" in grease (or in oil too viscous to flow readily under existing conditions) Channels are cut by the motion of a lubricated element, such as a gear or the rolling member of an anti-friction bearing The amount of channelling can be controlled to a large extent by the consistency or viscosity of the lubricant While some degree of channelling is desirable to prevent excessive churning of the lubricant, particularly in high speed rolling element bearings, a channel so permanent as to preclude further movement of lubricant to the contacting surfaces might cause equipment failure due to lack of lubricant
A system of grooves cut into binding boards to carry the cords that attach the boards to quires The use of channels meant that the cords would not stand proud on the inside of the boards
is the New Age name for mediumship
a practice based on the belief that dead people can communicate with living people by making their spirit enter a living person's body and speaking through them
Channel
the English Channel
channel
A particular area for conversations on an IRC network, analogous to a chatroom and often dedicated to a specific topic
channel
A single path provided by a transmission medium via spectral or protocol separation, such as by frequency or time-division multiplexing

Their call is being carried on channel 6 of the T-1 line.

channel
The navigable part of a river

We were careful to keep our boat in the channel.

channel
A narrow body of water between two land masses

The English Channel lies between France and England.

channel
A specific radio frequency or band of frequencies used for transmitting television

NBC is on channel 11 in San Jose.

channel
A specific radio frequency or band of frequencies, usually in conjunction with a predetermined letter, number, or codeword, and allocated by international agreement

KNDD is the channel at 107.7 MHz in Seattle.

channel
The physical confine of a river or slough, consisting of a bed and banks

The water coming out of the waterwheel created a standing wave in the channel.

channel
An obsolete means of delivering up-to-date Internet content

To access channels in Windows 98, you don't have to go any farther than your desktop.

channel
To assume the personality of another person, typically a historic figure, in a theatrical or paranormal presentation

When it is my turn to sing Karaoke, I am going to channel Ray Charles.

channel
The portion of a storage medium, such as a track or a band, that is accessible to a given reading or writing station or head

This chip in this disk drive is the channel device.

channel
A channel of distribution
channel
The natural or man-made deeper course through a reef, bar, bay, or any shallow body of water

A channel was dredged to allow ocean-going vessels to reach the city.

channel
{v} to cut into channels, to hollow
channel
{n} the course for a stream of water, a groove, gutter, strait, means
Channel
A channel is the object or person through which a spirit communicates information
Channel
chan‚”
Channel
chan

If you want to get a visa to go to the United States, you have to go through a lot of channels first. - If you want to get a visa to go to America, you have to go through a lot of channels first.

If you want to get a visa to go to America, you have to go through a lot of channels first. - If you want to get a visa to go to the United States, you have to go through a lot of channels first.

Channel
ch
channel
To form a channel in; to cut or wear a channel or channels in; to groove
channel
The end-to-end transmission path connecting any two points at which application specific equipment is connected Equipment and work area cables are included in the channel
channel
A generic term for a communications path on a given medium; multiplexing techniques allow providers to put multiple channels over a single medium See also multiplexer
channel
An open conduit either naturally or artificially created which periodically, or continuously contains moving water, or forms a connecting link between two bodies of water River, creek, run, branch, anabranch, and tributary are some of the terms used to describe natural channels Natural channels may be single or braided Canal and floodway are some of the terms used to describe artificial channels
channel
chan·nel channels channelling channelled in AM, use channeling, channeled
channel
a way of selling a company's product either directly or via distributors; "possible distribution channels are wholesalers or small retailers or retail chains or direct mailers or your own stores"
channel
A path for conveying electrical or electromagnetic signals, usually distinguished from other parallel paths
channel
The Channel or the English Channel is the narrow area of water between England and France. the English Channel. stream channel Beagle Channel Bristol Channel Channel Islands Channel Tunnel English Channel the Channel Mozambique Channel Robeson Channel Saint George's Channel
channel
To course through or over, as in a channel
channel
a passage for water (or other fluids) to flow through; "the fields were crossed with irrigation channels"; "gutters carried off the rainwater into a series of channels under the street"
channel
(often plural) a means of communication or access; "it must go through official channels"; "lines of communication were set up between the two firms"
channel
The set of all samples of the same kind within an image; for example, all the blue samples in a truecolor image (The term "component" is also used, but not in this specification ) A sample is the intersection of a channel and a pixel
channel
Communication path Multiple channels can be multiplexed over a single cable in certain environments In IBM, the specific path between large computers (such as mainframes) and attached peripheral devices Specific frequency allocation and bandwidth Downstream channels are used for television in the United States are 6 MHz wide
channel
The deeper part of a river, harbor, strait, etc
channel
A strait, or narrow sea, between two portions of lands; as, the British Channel
channel
A method, provided by Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI), for sending messages to an individual device within a MIDI setup There are 16 MIDI channel numbers Devices in a MIDI setup can be directed to respond only to messages marked with a channel number specific to the device
channel
Generically refers to the user access channel across which frame relay data travels Within a given T1 or E1 physical line, a channel can be one of the following, depending of how the line is configured
channel
Flat ledges of heavy plank bolted edgewise to the outside of a vessel, to increase the spread of the shrouds and carry them clear of the bulwarks
channel
An archaic term used to describe an autonomous hardware feature that controls a sequence of "channel commands" which direct blocks of data to move between a computer's memory and IO devices The channel interprets the commands, signals the IO device and moves the data Channels (at least by that name) perhaps arose first on the IBM 709 in 1958 and continue today by that name in the IBM 390 as well as other big iron A channel includes the function of modern DMA
channel
direct the flow of; "channel infomartion towards a broad audience"
channel
If you channel your energies or emotions into something, you concentrate on or do that one thing, rather than a range of things. Stephen is channelling his energies into a novel called Blue
channel
(Ticaret) The distribution or marketing segmentation of products, customers and geographic areas into common groups that are supplied, serviced and measured in similar ways
channel
(1) The smallest subdivision of a transmission system by means of which a single type of communication service is provided, for example, a voice channel or a data channel (2) A communications path via a carrier or microwave radio (3) In data communications, a path for electrical transmission between two or more points (4) Within a computer, the electronic paths along which data flows between the input-output units of a computer and the customer premises equipment (CPU) Synonym: circuit, facility, line, link or path
channel
A channel is a television station. the only serious current affairs programme on either channel. the presenter of Channel 4 News. = station
channel
In wireless, a designated radio frequency available for use by the transmitter and receiver In audio, the circuit path for a specific signal, or a functional unit that is designed to independently process a signal
channel
(watercourse) An open conduit either naturally or artificially created which periodically or continuously contains moving water, or which forms a connecting link between two bodies of water River, creek, run, branch, anabranch, and tributary are some of the terms used to describe natural channels Natural channels may be single or braided (see Braiding of river channels) Canal and floodway are some of the terms used to describe artificial channels
channel
(n ) A point-to-point connection between two processes through which messages can be sent Programming systems that rely on channels are sometimes called connection-oriented, to distinguish them from the more widespread connectionless systems in which messages are sent to named destinations rather than through named channels See also CSP, channel mask
channel
A single path provided by a transmission medium via physical separation, such as by multipair cable
channel
The way in a turbine pump where the pressure is built up
channel
In ordinary language, a channel is a path for passing data In MIDI, channels are used to separate different sections of a song that are going to play together Each channel is assigned to a single instrument in any particular instant of time One channel is usually reserved for a percussion voice To channelize means to move to another channel
channel
A connection between initiating and terminating nodes of a circuit
channel
A pattern comprising two parallel lines that circumscribe a price trend The parallel comprise a support (the lower line) and a resistance (the upper line) The channel gives rise to presumption that price will not pass the support or resistance But ultimately, all channels break Thus the predictive value of a channel is subject to rules of interpretation which give a probability of turn or breakout depending on the relative term of the channel and the geometric patterns, if any, that are contained within the channel
channel
Channel refers to a set of hardware in a receiver that detects, locks on and continuously tracks the signal from a single navigation satellite The more receiver channels available, the greater number of satellite signals a receiver can simultaneously lock-on and track
channel
transmit or serve as the medium for transmission; "Sound carries well over water"; "The airwaves carry the sound"; "Many metals conduct heat"
channel
A gutter; a groove, as in a fluted column
channel
The basic unit of discussion on IRC Once one joins a channel, others read everything one types on that channel Channels can either be named with numbers or with strings that begin with a `#' sign and can have topic descriptions (which are generally irrelevant to the actual subject of discussion)
channel
One signal path, such as one of the two composing a stereo signal or one of the three containing the bass, midrange and treble segments of an audio signal Also, a broadcast frequency as in TV and CB transmission
channel
A dynamic information-delivery source A web site becomes a web channel when it dynamically broadcasts its content to users who have expressed an interest in receiving that information Users can select channels they want to receive so they do not have to type the address for each site every time they want that information It's ready for them when they want it, stored in a cache for easy viewing offline See also Push
channel
(1) A natural or artificial waterway of perceptible extent which either periodically or continuously contains moving water, or which forms a connecting link between two bodies of water (2) The part of a body of water deep enough to be used for navigation through an area otherwise too shallow for navigation (3) The deepest portion of a stream, bay, or strait through which the main volume of current of water flows (4) An open conduit for water either naturally or artificially created, but does not include artificially created irrigation, return flow or stockwatering channels
channel
a path over which electrical signals can pass; "a channel is typically what you rent from a telephone company"
channel
An open conduit either naturally or artificially created which periodically or continuously contains moving water or which forms a connecting link between two bodies of water River, creek, run, branch, anabranch, and tributary are some of the terms used to describe natural channels Natural channels may be single or braided Canal and floodway are some of the terms used to describe artificial channels (4)
channel
A dedicated communication connection between a transmitting and receiving device Channel is also used to identify an I/O port in mini- and mainframe computers
channel
send from one person or place to another; "transmit a message"
channel
a bodily passage or tube lined with epithelial cells and conveying a secretion or other substance; "the tear duct was obstructed"; "the alimentary canal"; "poison is released through a channel in the snake's fangs"
channel
That through which anything passes; means of passing, conveying, or transmitting; as, the news was conveyed to us by different channels
channel
A channel is a band of radio waves on which radio messages can be sent and received
channel
The part that connects a data source to a data sink
channel
a television station and its programs; "a satellite TV channel"; "surfing through the channels"; "they offer more than one hundred channels"
channel
In communications, a medium for transferring information, which is also called a line or circuit Depending on its type, a communications channel can carry information in analog or digital form A communications channel can be a physical link, such as a cable that connects two stations in a network, or it can consist of some electromagnetic transmission
channel
A channel is a passage along which water flows. Keep the drainage channel clear
channel
{f} convey through a particular medium, send through a channel; direct, refer
channel
a long narrow furrow cut either by a natural process (such as erosion) or by a tool (as e g a groove in a phonograph record)
channel
where the main current flows, or which affords the best and safest passage for vessels
channel
If you do something through a particular channel, or particular channels, that is the system or organization that you use to achieve your aims or to communicate. The Americans recognise that the UN can be the channel for greater diplomatic activity Moscow and the Baltic republics are re-opening channels of communication
channel
A channel is a route used by boats
channel
The frequency number used by the transmitter to send signals to the receiver If radios transmit on the same frequency, or channel, glitching will occur in the active receiver on that channel This is due to conflicting signals sent by the two radios Flying sites should have a frequency control system to ensure that only one radio operates on any given channel at one time This is usually a board with some type of marker for each channel If the marker is not available, someone else is using that channel Do not use your radio unless you are sure you are the only one on the frequency
channel
The hollow bed where a stream of water runs or may run
channel
{i} canal; station; television station and its programs; (Computers) group chat on the Internet, conference, chat room on the Internet
channel
A single range of the electromagnetic spectrum as detected by a sensor The name Channel refers to the transmission to earth of the data sampled from that band See also Band
channel
direct the flow of; "channel infomartion towards a broad audience
channel
If you channel money or resources into something, you arrange for them to be used for that thing, rather than for a wider range of things. Jacques Delors wants a system set up to channel funds to the poor countries
channel
(l) A defect in cement quality which prevents zone isolation, usually in the form of void space in the annulus behind cemented casing The channel constitutes a conduit for fluid flow between a completed interval and other permeable strata (2) A course or perceptible depression where surface water has traveled (3) In a pulse height analyzer, an energy gate in which only pulses occurring within a specific energy range are registered The difference between the upper and lower limits is the width of the channel The detail of the spectrum thus produced is related to the width and number of channels in the instrument (4) A path along which digital or other information may flow in a computer (5) An allocated frequency or time segment in a data multiplexing system; one of a stream of data bands (6) The position in a frame or sequence of data on magnetic tape that represents a specific measurement
channel
To direct the flow of something
channel
The narrow conducting portion of a MOSFET transistor
channel
a deep and relatively narrow body of water (as in a river or a harbor or a strait linking two larger bodies) that allows the best passage for vessels; "the ship went aground in the channel"
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