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Meaning of “tunnel” - Learner’s Dictionary

tunnel

noun [C]     /ˈtʌnəl/
B1 a long passage under the ground or through a mountain: The train went into the tunnel. →  See also light at the end of the tunnel Ditches, dams and tunnels
Translations of “tunnel”
in Arabic نَفَق…
in Korean 터널…
in Malaysian terowong…
in French tunnel…
in Turkish tünel…
in Italian galleria, tunnel…
in Chinese (Traditional) 隧道, 地道, 坑道…
in Russian тоннель…
in Polish tunel…
in Vietnamese đường hầm…
in Spanish túnel…
in Portuguese túnel…
in Thai อุโมงค์…
in German der Tunnel…
in Catalan túnel…
in Japanese トンネル…
in Indonesian terowongan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 隧道, 地道, 坑道…
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