Channel Tunnel

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Channel Tunnel

n
(Railways) the Anglo-French railway tunnel that runs beneath the English Channel, between Folkestone and Coquelles, near Calais; opened in 1994. Also called: Chunnel or Eurotunnel
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Noun1.Channel Tunnel - the railroad tunnel between France and England under the English ChannelChannel Tunnel - the railroad tunnel between France and England under the English Channel
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Channel Tunnel

n the Channel Tunnelil tunnel sotto la Manica
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The production (taped on May 7, 1994) was mounted to celebrate the opening of Le tunnel sous la Manche (the Channel tunnel that now links England and France).