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How to Pronounce canal?

Correct pronunciation for the word "canal" is [kənˈal], [kənˈal], [k_ə_n_ˈa_l].

"Canal" in context

Canals are superior engineering feats that have been utilised for centuries for transport, water supply, irrigation and recreational activities. Originally built for practical purposes such as of business, trade and transportation, canals can have a great aesthetic appeal to them as well.

Canals form an integral part of life in countries like England, where canals such as the Grand Union Canal and the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal have been instrumental in the country's industrial and agricultural progress. They are an integral part of the lives of many people not just for business, but for recreational uses and for leisurely movement.

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Usage over time for canal:

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