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"the Channel Tunnel" in British English

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the Channel Tunnelnoun

uk   /ˌtʃæn.əl ˈtʌn.əl/  us   /ˌtʃæn.əl ˈtʌn.əl/ (informal the Chunnel)
the three ​longpassages under the ​English Channel between ​England and France
(Definition of the Channel Tunnel from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"the Channel Tunnel" in Business English

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the Channel Tunnelnoun

uk   us   TRANSPORT
a tunnel for ​trains that goes under the sea between England and France
(Definition of the Channel Tunnel from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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