from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To make, form, or cut channels in.
- transitive v. To direct through a channel.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. to form a channel, especially by deepening or altering the course of a river
- v. to transmit something through a channel
- v. to multiplex messages through a single line
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make a channel for; provide with a channel
- v. cause to form a channel
- v. send from one person or place to another
- v. direct the course; determine the direction of travelling
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The blogger said Iran's government is motivated by the desire to ultimately convert the country's Internet into an Intranet not only to "disconnect communication between inside the country and abroad," but also to "channelize" access in each region of the country to hinder news of political protests, workers strikes and other problems or developments in the provinces that could motivate others to take action.
With the President calling a "lone wolf attacker" the biggest U.S. threat, the need to channelize the anger of these lone wolves from gun to pen could not be greater.
Peer, who was the Special invitee on the occasion said that objective of the programme was appealing adding that we have to channelize the energy of youth to contribute towards nation building rather to become just bookworms.
He said that it is the duty of the society to channelize the surplus energy of adolescents to a positive direction so that their thirst for novelty in life does not drive them to a wrong path.
It is like a volcano and you must channelize this power towards your goal.
The remedy to the causes which the present day societies face is not a short term or may not go away by these series or some shows or some movies but it is a process that should be enjoined by the city managers, academicians, corporations, churches or moral sciences institutions and together they should devote their best and channelize these abundant energies that we have in our teens and youths.
This has been since long and these youths although from the roots of the hard working and labor class, had been left without directions to channelize their energies and support their family income.
Some find Gurus and channelize their profession accordingly.
Now, in the book, I talk about the way RSS might be used to distribute and channelize video to create a custom viewing environment.
It would help them channelize these limited resources/funds to achieve maximum bang for the buck.
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