- (for road, railway, canal) túnel (m); (in mine) galería (f), socavón (m)More example sentences
- New roads and tunnels have been built and public transport modernised.
- A bank of trees here or a cycleway there makes no odds if you're building two major new roads and a massive tunnel.
- Drivers must now call the police immediately if their vehicles break down on elevated roads, tunnels and bridges across the Huangpu River.
vt ( (British English/inglés británico) -ll-)
- [passage] abrir* they tunneled their way out of prison escaparon de la cárcel abriendo or haciendo un túnelMore example sentences
- In recent years, badgers have tunnelled into 52 ancient monuments on Salisbury Plain.
- Rescuers tunnelled into the wreckage taking great care to prevent further collapses.
- They look to tunnel through corporate networks through mass emails.