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tunnel

US [ˈtʌn(ə)l]
UK ['tʌn(ə)l]
  • n.隧道;地道;地下通道;(动物的)洞穴通道;隧道;地道;坑道;风洞;隧道;地道;坑道;烟道
  • v.在…凿隧道[掘坑道];凿隧道通过;运过坑道 进隧道;在…凿隧道[掘坑道];凿隧道通过;运过坑道 进隧道;开凿隧道;挖地道
  • Web隧道二人组;古代通道;儿童隧道
Plural Form:tunnels  Past Tense:tunnelled  Past Tense:tunneled  Present Participle:tunneling  Present Participle:tunnelling  
Tunnels
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n.
1.
地下通道;地道;隧道a passage built underground, for example to allow a road or railway/railroad to go through a hill, under a river, etc.
a railway/railroad tunnel
铁路隧道
the Channel Tunnel
英吉利海峡隧道
2.
(动物的)洞穴通道an underground passage made by an animal
v.
1.
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开凿隧道;挖地道to dig a tunnel under or through the ground
The engineers had to tunnel through solid rock.
工程师须要在坚实的岩石中开凿隧道。
The rescuers tunnelled their way in to the trapped miners.
救援人员挖地道通向那些被困的矿工。

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