(noun), Channel + tunnel
терм. тоннель под проливом Ла-Манш

Англо-русский словарь. Современные тенденции в словообразовании. Контаминанты. — М. : Флинта : Наука. . 2009.

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  • Chunnel — Chun‧nel [ˈtʆʌnl] noun the Chunnel another name for the Channel Tunnel: • The opening of the Chunnel prompted ferry companies to offer better deals …   Financial and business terms

  • Chunnel — 1928, a blend of (English) Channel and tunnel …   Etymology dictionary

  • Chunnel — [chun′əl] [< ( ENGLISH) CH(ANNEL) + (T)UNNEL] [also c ] Informal railway tunnel that runs beneath the English Channel, between England and France: 31 mi (50 km) long …   English World dictionary

  • Chunnel — Tunnel sous la Manche Tunnel sous la Manche en anglais Channel Tunnel légende : Carte du Tunnel sous la Manche Type …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Chunnel — /chun l/, n. a railroad tunnel under the English Channel between Great Britain and France, approved for construction in 1986. Also, chunnel. [1925 30; b. CHANNEL1 and TUNNEL] * * * …   Universalium

  • Chunnel — Chun|nel the Chunnel a name used especially in newspapers for the ↑Channel Tunnel …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • chunnel — To speak on behalf of a spirit from another country; to channel a dead foreign citizen. Tonight I m going to my aunt s house. She wants to chunnel Che Guevera and she needs a translator …   Dictionary of american slang

  • Chunnel — Verlauf des Eurotunnels Verladestation Eurotunnel Terminal bei Folkestone Der Eurotunnel, auch Kanaltunnel genannt, ist ein 50 Kilometer langer Eisenbahntunnel unter der Meeresstraße …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Chunnel — noun The Channel Tunnel. Syn: Channel Tunnel, Eurotunnel …   Wiktionary

  • Chunnel — Chun·nel || tʃʌnl n. Channel Tunnel, le tunnel sous la Manche , railroad tunnel that runs under the English Channel between France and England …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Chunnel — Chun•nel or chun′nel [[t]ˈtʃʌn l[/t]] n. civ a railroad tunnel under the English Channel between England and France • Etymology: 1925–30; b. channel I and tunnel …   From formal English to slang


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