Definition of 'conduit'
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Why not also consider the online world as a conduit for meeting people and making friends? Times, Sunday Times (2010)Education could become a conduit for this but should not be expected to shoulder the financial burden alone. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Conduit had people but no building. Christianity Today (2000)The officials hope that it will provide a conduit for Western aid to the opposition. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It could provide a conduit for increased Western aid to the rebels. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I seem to recall an electrical conduit pipe was used to exert rather more force. Times, Sunday Times (2007)No, you are merely a conduit, asking people questions. Times, Sunday Times (2008)And to what extent, if any, might it be a conduit for money laundering? Times, Sunday Times (2015)He added: 'He could be used as a conduit for sensitive information or as a stepping stone to target his students. The Sun (2008)
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British English: conduit NOUN
A conduit is a small tunnel, pipe, or channel through which water or electrical wires go.
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