|alimentary canal||digestive tract|
|(Medicine) located in the spinal canal outside the dura mater; administered to the spinal canal outside the dura mater, anesthetic injection into spine, on the dura mater||epidural|
|abandon something or somebody, dig a narrow channel in the ground, dig a canal; throw, get rid of, dig ditches, long narrow channel dug in the ground, make emergency landing on water, small brook||ditch|
|barrier, build a dike; protect with an embankment; drain with a canal or ditch, causeway, drain with ditches, embankment constructed to control water, earthwork, rampart, embankment to prevent floods, long mass of igneous rock, protect with dikes||dike|
|body cavity, enclosed area at a rail car entrance, entrance hall, entrance hall just inside the front doors of a building; small cavity leading from one larger cavity or canal to another (Anatomy); closed passageway between two railroad cars, middle ca...||vestibule|
|build canals, direct something, flow into channel, make a canal; divert into another channel, push enemy forces||canalize|
|cable car, car below a balloon, flat-bottomed riverboat, gondola car, long flat-bottomed boat piloted by one person with a single oar (commonly used on the canals of Venice, Italy), Venetian canal boat, wide-mouthed container||gondola|
|canal building, directing of something, making of a canal or canals, system of canals||canalization|
|canal in mammals through which urine is discharged from the bladder and in males through which semen is emitted, tube for discharging urine||urethra|
|canal leading from the vulva to the uterus in the female mammal; sheath in a plant or animal, part of the female reproductive tract, plant or animal sheath||vagina|
|canal that links the Bay of Biscay to the Mediterranean Sea||Midi, Canal du|
|Canal Zone||CZ; C.Z.|
|canal, passage (Anatomy)||iter|
|canal; station; (Computers) group chat on the Internet, conference, chat room on the Internet, convey through a particular medium, send through a channel; direct, refer, direct something along specific route, frequency spectrum used in transmission, gr...||channel|
|cause to pass through channel, channel through which something flows, conduit, canal, passage, pipe (for conducting liquids or air), supply with ducting, tube for cables, tube in a body organ||duct|
|channel carrying fluid in body, channel for water, manmade canal for carrying water flow, structure carrying canal||aqueduct|
|channel for flowing water, stream, small river; water channel, river bed; canal||watercourse|
|channel for liquid, canal, duct, passage, pipe, conveyer of information, protective cover for cable||conduit|
|channel or way for water; navigable body of water (river, channel, etc.), drain on deck, river or canal||waterway|
|channel, moat, sluice, create a canal, feature on surface of Mars, tube in body, waterway||canal|
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