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Translation of "tunnel" - English-Spanish dictionary

tunnel

noun   /ˈtʌn·əl/
B1 a long passage under the ground or through a mountain túnel The train went into the tunnel.
(Definition of tunnel from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

tunnel

noun /ˈtanl/
a ( usually man-made) underground passage, especially one cut through a hill or under a river túnel The road goes through a tunnel under the river.
(Definition of tunnel from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “tunnel”
in Korean 터널…
in Arabic نَفَق…
in Malaysian terowong…
in French tunnel…
in Russian тоннель…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隧道, 地道, 坑道…
in Italian galleria, tunnel…
in Turkish tünel…
in Polish tunel…
in Vietnamese đường hầm…
in Portuguese túnel…
in Thai อุโมงค์…
in German der Tunnel…
in Catalan túnel…
in Japanese トンネル…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隧道, 地道, 坑道…
in Indonesian terowongan…
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