to make a canal or canals through.
to convert into a canal.
to divide (a stream) into reaches with locks or dams, usually to maintain navigable depths.
to divert into certain channels; give a certain direction to or provide a certain outlet for.
to provide with or convert into a canal or canals
to give a particular direction to or provide an outlet for; channel
to divide a channel into separate reaches controlled by dams and weirs to aid navigation, control water levels, generate power, etc
the formation of canals; the act of canalizing. Biology. the development of an organism along relatively predictable pathways despite abnormality or injury.
a town in central New York. Historical Examples Travels in North America, From Modern Writers William Bingley Continuous Vaudeville Will M. Cressy The Postal Service of the United States in Connection with the Local History of Buffalo Nathan Kelsey Hall America, Volume IV (of 6) Joel Cook The Biography of a Rabbit Roy Benson Retrospect […]
a lake in W central New York: one of the Finger Lakes.
a city in N Mexico: copper mining and smelting. Historical Examples The Sheriff of Badger George B. Pattullo The Conquest of the River Plate (1535-1555) Ulrich Schmidt The Sheriff of Badger George B. Pattullo The Sheriff of Badger George B. Pattullo