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Turkish translation of “the Channel Tunnel”

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the Channel Tunnel

noun
 
 
the three long passages under the English Channel between England and France
Manş Tüneli, İngiltere ile Fransa'yı bir birine bağlayan üç geçişli tünel
Ditches, dams and tunnels
(Definition of the Channel Tunnel from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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