channel

Channel vs Isthmus - What's the difference?

channel | isthmus |


As a proper noun channel

is (by ellipsis) the english channel.

As a noun isthmus is

a narrow strip of land, bordered on both sides by water, and connecting two larger landmasses.

Channel vs Rift - What's the difference?

channel | rift | Related terms |

Channel is a related term of rift.


As a proper noun channel

is (by ellipsis) the english channel.

As a noun rift is

a chasm or fissure.

As a verb rift is

to form a or rift can be to belch or rift can be .

Utensil vs Channel - What's the difference?

utensil | channel | Related terms |

Utensil is a related term of channel.


As a noun utensil

is utensil.

As a proper noun channel is

(by ellipsis) the english channel.

Channel vs Confluence - What's the difference?

channel | confluence |


As a proper noun channel

is (by ellipsis) the english channel.

As a noun confluence is

the place where two rivers, streams, or other continuously flowing bodies of water meet and become one, especially where a tributary joins a river.

Channel vs Pool - What's the difference?

channel | pool |


As a proper noun channel

is (by ellipsis) the english channel.

As a noun pool is

a (l) (male person ).

Channel vs Recess - What's the difference?

channel | recess |


As a proper noun channel

is (by ellipsis) the english channel.

As a noun recess is

(countable|or|uncountable) a break, pause or vacation.

As a verb recess is

to inset into something, or to recede.

As an adjective recess is

(obsolete|rare) remote, distant (in time or place).

Concentrate vs Channel - What's the difference?

concentrate | channel | Related terms |

Concentrate is a related term of channel.


As a verb concentrate

is .

As a proper noun channel is

(by ellipsis) the english channel.

Channel vs Redirect - What's the difference?

channel | redirect |


As a proper noun channel

is (by ellipsis) the english channel.

As a verb redirect is

to give new direction to, change the direction of.

As a noun redirect is

a redirection.

Channel vs Session - What's the difference?

channel | session |


As a proper noun channel

is (by ellipsis) the english channel.

As a noun session is

a period devoted to a particular activity.

Straint vs Channel - What's the difference?

straint | channel |


As a noun straint

is (obsolete) overexertion; excessive tension; strain.

As a proper noun channel is

(by ellipsis) the english channel.

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