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funicular also: funicular railway
American English: /fjuˈnɪkjələr/
British English: /fjʊˈnɪkjʊlə/
, /fəˈnɪkjʊlə/

Translation of funicular in Spanish:

noun

  • Example sentences
    • Tourism minister Mike Watson was under pressure last night to scrap restrictions on the new Cairngorm mountain railway which prevent walkers getting on or off the funicular at the top of the mountain.
    • Is it conceivable that the funicular will impact on Hayes's tourist traffic?
    • The ride itself ‘on one of the widest funiculars in the world’ takes seven minutes with a single upload of 120 standing passengers, whisking its clients from 2,100 feet to Ptarmigan Station at 3,600 feet.

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