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English Channel, the

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishEnglish Channel, thethe English ChannelˌEnglish ˈChannel, the (also the Channel)  the narrow piece of water between southern England and northern France, which French people call ‘La Manche’. British people have always had to cross the channel in order to reach the main part of Europe, and this made them feel separate from the rest of Europe.
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