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American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An underground rail tunnel that runs below the English Channel and connects Great Britain and France.
- ch(annel)1 + (t)unnel. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Have you ever taken a train from France to the "chunnel" and noticed what happens to the track as soon as you hit England?”
“The "chunnel" allows trains to speed between England and the rest of Europe.”
“Hell, when we were in Europe traveling between London to Paris we took the "chunnel" instead of flying because of the unique experience.”
“Are you afraid that they'll chunnel into Westminister Abbey no matter what?”
“With 200 milliuon of they bought a chunnel train and are using in the corridor.”
“I wonder how much of the RN would be detailed to keeping these babies in service..then add the chunnel issues of surface transit.”
“MASSIVE black market in EU USA CHINA goods comes in vis chunnel/ Ireland ferries light aircraft etc.”
“I arrived on Monday from the US and Hope and Liz took the chunnel from Paris and we met up in our glamourous flat in Earl's Court.”
“After six trains broke down, five of them inside the chunnel tunnel.”
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