Chunnel



[chuhn-l] /ˈtʃʌn l/

noun
1.
a railroad tunnel under the English Channel between Great Britain and France, approved for construction in 1986.
/ˈtʃʌnəl/
noun
1.
(informal) a rail tunnel beneath the English Channel, linking England and France, opened in 1994
n.

1928, a blend of (English) Channel + tunnel (n.).
[English] Channel Tunnel

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