Noun(1) a passageway through or under something, usually underground (especially one for trains or cars(2) a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter
Verb(1) move through by or as by digging(2) force a way through
(1) The Limerick South Ring Road, including the tunnel , will allow traffic to bypass Limerick city by linking the Docks Road with the Ennis Road.(2) a road tunnel through the Pyrenees(3) Termites are usually happy to tunnel through a sand-filled tube, but when a layer of sand soaked in catnip oil is present it stops them dead in their tracks.(4) As I went into the tunnel at Finchley Road I switched off all the interior lights.(5) A tunnel has been built leading to the new underground ├ö├ç├┐bat hotel├ö├ç├û, which has tiered accommodation from which bats can hang.(6) By half-time it is clear that Everton are second best, and Moyes disappears down the tunnel before his players, his face an intense mixture of frustration and fury.(7) Wenger claimed he didn't see the scuffles between opposing players and coaches in the stadium tunnel after the match.(8) Local villagers cut a tunnel road through the mountain and named it Guoliang Cave.(9) At 3: 25, Lynch leads the rest of the defensive backs out of the tunnel and onto the field for pre-game warm-ups.(10) These grubs create straight, narrow mines as they tunnel into the leaves, followed by larger, brown or yellow blisters as they grow and feed inside the foliage.(11) We have a toll road here that goes through a tunnel under the river.(12) the Mersey tunnel(13) It burrows a tunnel far into a sandy bank on the riverside and dwells therein, safe from cold, wind, rain and creatures that would devour it.(14) They line the burrow tunnel with pebbles and shell fragments.(15) Detective Constable Ian Thornton and PC Kim Wandless tracked Wood down to a tunnel under King's Road and he was arrested.(16) The snow was so thick, he was able to tunnel through it without it collapsing on him until he started clearing the hood.
(1) carpal tunnel syndrome :: karpaltunnelsyndrom
1. underground passage ::
2. underpass ::
3. subway ::
4. shaft ::
5. burrow ::
6. hole ::
7. mine ::
8. dig ::
9. burrow ::
10. mine ::
11. bore ::
12. drill ::
Different Formstunnel, tunneled, tunneler, tunnelers, tunneling, tunnelings, tunnelling, tunnellings, tunnels
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