Back Channel

Technology / Television (TV) / Back Channel: A means of communication from users to content providers. As content providers are transmitting interactive television (analog or digital) to users, users can connect through a back channel to a website. It can be used to provide feedback, purchase goods and services, etc.

Other Words for Back

Back Adverb Synonyms: to or toward(s) the rear, rearward(s), backward(s), away
Back Adjective Synonyms: rear, service, servants'
Back Verb Synonyms: invest in, wager or bet on
Back Noun Synonyms: backside, rear, dorsum
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Other Words for Channel

Channel Noun Synonyms: watercourse, canal, waterway, ditch, aqueduct, sluice, trench, trough, gutter, moat, river-bed, stream-bed
Channel Verb Synonyms: direct, convey, pass, guide, lead, conduct
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Hogback

Science / Geology / Hogback: A formation similar to a Cuesta in that it is a ridge formed by slower erosion of hard strata, but having two steep, equally inclined slopes. MORE

Hatchback (Box Or Enclosure)

Technology / Home Audio / Hatchback (Box Or Enclosure): An enclosure of such size and shape as to enable its efficient use in hatchback-style vehicles. Normally, these enclosures are somewhat deeper than standard angled enclosures and have either handles o MORE

Holdback

Business / Real Estate / Holdback: Funds not released under a construction loan agreement due to a failure to lease to the required minimum. MORE

Holding Back

Entertainment / Photography / Holding Back: 1. Shortening the development time given to film to help reduce image contrast. 2. Method of decreasing exposure given to selective areas of the print. Also referred to as dodging. MORE

J Channel

Business / Construction / J Channel: Metal edging used on drywall to give the edge a better finished appearance when a wall is not 'wrapped' Generally, basement stairway walls have drywall only on the stair side. J Channel is used on the MORE

Halfback Option Play

Entertainment / Football / Halfback Option Play: A trick play in which the halfback has the option to throw a pass or run MORE

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