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kanal [ muški rod {anatomija} ]

Žila, duži ili kraći šuplji organi u organizmu kroz koje prolaze razne materije.

duct [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin ductus a leading, conducting, conduit, from ducere, ductum, to lead. Related to Duke, Douche.
A bodily passage or tube conveying a secretion or other substance; SYN. canal, channel.
A continuous tube formed by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls.
An enclosed conduit for a fluid.

kanal [ muški rod ]

Iskopano korito za tekuću vodu koja služi za navodnjavanje, odvodnjavanje, za pokretanje hidrocentrala i sl;
Uzani deo mora između ostrva i kopna ili između ostrva, odnosno prokopani deo kopna između reka ili između jezera i sl.;
Veštačka reka, propust, prokop; vodovod, oluk; moreuz; cev, čunak; fig. sredstvo, put i način za postignuće nekog cilja; arh. žleb. (lat.)

bore [ imenica ]
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ETYM Icel. bâra wave: cf. German empor upwards, Old High Germ. bor height, burren to lift, perh. allied to AS. beran, Eng. bear.
(Homonym: boar, Boer, boor).
Diameter of a tube or gun barrel; SYN. caliber, calibre.
A person who evokes boredom; SYN. dullard.
(Mining terms) A hole or passage made by a drill; usually made for exploratory purposes; SYN. bore-hole, drill hole.

canal [ imenica ]
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Artificial waterway constructed for drainage, irrigation, or navigation. Irrigation canals carry water for irrigation from rivers, reservoirs, or wells, and are designed to maintain an even flow of water over the whole length. Navigation and ship canals are constructed at one level between locks, and frequently link with rivers or sea inlets to form a waterway system. The Suez Canal 18and the Panama Canal 19eliminated long trips around continents and dramatically shortened shipping routes.
Irrigation canals fed from the Nile have maintained life in Egypt since the earliest times; the division of the waters of the Upper Indus and its tributaries, which form an extensive system in Pakistan and Punjab, India, was, for more than ten years, a major cause of dispute between India and Pakistan, settled by a treaty 196the Murray basin, Victoria, Australia, and the Imperial and Central Valley projects in California, US, are examples of 19th- and 20th-century irrigation canal development.
Probably the oldest ship canal to be still in use, as well as the longest, is the Grand Canal in China, which links Tianjin and Hangzhou and connects the Huang He (Yellow River) and Chang Jiang. It was originally built in three stages 4BC–AD 28reaching a total length of 1,7km/1,1mi. Large sections silted up in later years, but the entire system was dredged, widened, and rebuilt 1958–in conjunction with work on flood protection, irrigation, and hydroelectric schemes. It carries millions of metric tons of freight every year.
Where speed is not a prime factor, the cost-effectiveness of transporting goods by canal has encouraged a revival and Belgium, France, Germany, and the USSR are among countries that have extended and streamlined their canals. The Baltic–Volga waterway links the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda with Kahovka, at the mouth of the Dnieper on the Black Sea, a distance of 2,4km/1,5mi.
A further canal cuts across the north Crimea, thus shortening the voyage of ships from the Dnieper through the Black Sea to the Sea of Azov. In Central America, the Panama Canal 1904–links the Atlantic and Pacific oceans (km/mi). In North America, the Erie Canal 18linked the Great Lakes with the Hudson River and opened the northeast and Midwest commercially; the St Lawrence Seaway 1954–extends from Montréal to Lake Ontario (2km/1mi) and, with the deepening of the Welland Canal and some of the river channels, provides a waterway that enables ocean going vessels to travel (during the ice-free months) between the Atlantic and Duluth, Minnesota, US, at the western end of Lake Superior, some 3,7km/2,3mi.
Irrigation canals, dug from ancient times, provided flood control as well as neolithic farming villages with an expanded area of rich alluvial soil, especially in the Tigris-Euphrates valley and along the Nile, where agricultural surpluses eventually allowed for the rise of civilizations. Navigation canals developed after irrigation and drainage canals; often they link two waterways and were at first level and shallow. Soon, those with inclined planes had towpaths along which men and animals towed vessels from one level to the next. Locks were invented to allow passage where great variations in level exist. By the 20th century mechanized tows and self-propelled barges were in use.
Long and narrow strip of water made for boats or for irrigation.
(Astronomy) An indistinct surface feature of Mars once thought to be a system of channels; they are now believed to be an optical illusion.

chain-wale [ imenica ]
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channel [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. chanel, canel, Old Fren. chanel, French chenel, from Latin canalis. Related to Canal.
A relatively narrow body of water linking two larger bodies; SYN. sound.
A path over which electrical signals can pass; SYN. transmission channel.
(Often plural) A means of communication or access; SYN. communication channel, line.
A path or link through which information passes between two devices. A channel can be either internal or external to a microcomputer.
In communications, a medium for transferring information. Depending on its type, a communications channel can carry information (data, sound, and/or video) in either analog or digital form. A communications channel can be a physical link, such as the cable connecting two stations in a network, or it can consist of some electromagnetic transmission on one or more frequencies within a bandwidth in the electromagnetic spectrum, as in radio and television, or in optical, microwave, or voice-grade communication. Also called: circuit, line. See also analog, band, bandwidth, digital, electromagnetic spectrum, frequency.
A single color within a digital color space. For example, the rgb color space contains three channels—red, green, and blue—and all colors within the rgb color space are created with a combination of one or more of those three color channels. In cmyk there are four channels—cyan, magenta, yellow, and black. Color management and graphics applications rely on control and manipulation of individual color channels. See also color space.

collateral circulation [ imenica ]
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conduit [ imenica ]
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ETYM French, from Late Lat. conductus escort, conduit. Related to Conduct.
A passage for water (or other fluids); SYN. channel.

cullis [ imenica ]
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A gutter in a roof.

drain [ imenica ]
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A gradual depletion.
Emptying accomplished by draining; SYN. drainage.

duct [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin ductus a leading, conducting, conduit, from ducere, ductum, to lead. Related to Duke, Douche.
A bodily passage or tube conveying a secretion or other substance; SYN. canal, channel.
A continuous tube formed by a row of elongated cells lacking intervening end walls.
An enclosed conduit for a fluid.

ducture [ imenica ]
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dyke [ imenica ]
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(Homonym: dike).
In earth science, a sheet of igneous rock created by the intrusion of magma (molten rock) across layers of pre-existing rock. (By contrast, a sill is intruded between layers of rock.) It may form a ridge when exposed on the surface if it is more resistant than the rock into which it intruded. A dyke is also a human-made embankment built along a coastline (for example, in the Netherlands) to prevent the flooding of lowland coastal regions.

emissary [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin emissarius, from emittere, emissum, to send out: cf. French émissaire. Related to Emit.
Someone sent on a mission to represent the interests of someone else; SYN. envoy.

groove [ imenica ]
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ETYM Dutch groef, groeve; akin to Eng. grove. Related to Grove.
A long narrow furrow or channel cut by a natural process (such as erosion) or by a tool (as e.g. a groove in a phonograph record).
(Anatomy) Any furrow or channel on a bodily structure or part.

gut [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. gut, got, AS. gut, prob. orig., a channel, and akin to geótan to pour. Related to FOUND to cast.
The stomach or belly.
(Usually in the plural) An intestine; a bowel; the whole alimentary canal; bowels; entrails.
One of the prepared entrails of an animal, esp. of a sheep, used for various purposes.
The sac of silk taken from a silkworm (when ready to spin its cocoon), for the purpose of drawing it out into a thread.

gutter [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. gotere, Old Fren. goutiere, French gouttičre, from Old Fren. gote, goute, drop, French goutte, from Latin gutta.
A channel along the eaves or on the roof; collects and carries away rainwater; SYN. trough.

link [ imenica ]
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A fastener that serves to join or link; SYN. linkup, tie, tie-in.
A unit of length equal to 1/1of a chain.
An interconnecting circuit between two or more locations for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data; SYN. data link.
The means of connection between things linked in series; SYN. nexus.
(Computers) A connection between two items (two texts, a text and an image, etc.), usually activated by the click of a mouse.

meatus [ imenica {N/A} ]
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(Irregular plural: meatuses)
A natural body passageway.
Passage of the body.
Opening of a passage or canal

track [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Fren. trac track of horses, mules, trace of animals; of Teutonic origin; cf.Dutch trek a drawing, trekken to draw, travel, march, Mid. High Germ. trechen, pret. trach. Related to Trick.
Any road or path affording passage especially a rough one; SYN. cart track, cartroad.
A groove on a phonograph recording.
Any mark left by an animal, especially footprints.
A bar or bars of rolled steel making a track along which vehicles can roll; SYN. rail, rails.
The act of participating in an athletic competition involving running on a track; SYN. running.
(Computer science) One of the circular magnetic patterns on a magnetic disk that serve as a guide for writing and reading data; SYN. data track.

transmission channel [ imenica {telekomunikacije} ]
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See channel.

waterway [ imenica ]
Generiši izgovor

A navigable body of water.

kanal [ muški rod {računari} ]

Kanalisanje,
Način preusmeravanja izlaznih podataka jedne naredbe na ulaz druge naredbe. Kanalisanje se radi u Juniksu i DOS-u na komandnom liniji, pomoću znaka za kanalisanje.
Znak za kanalisanje.
Glagol koji označava prenos informacija sa jednog mesta na drugo - kao cevovod za informacije.

pipe [ imenica {računari} ]
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A portion of memory that can be used by one process to pass information along to another. Essentially, a pipe works like its namesake: it connects two processes so that the output of one can be used as the input to the other. See also input stream, output stream.
The vertical line character (-) that appears on a PC keyboard as the shift character on the backslash (\) key.
In MS-DOS and UNIX, a command function that transfers the output of one command to the input of a second command.



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