Synonyms of 'tunnel'
two new railway tunnels through the Alps
The toilets are up the stairs and along the passage to your right.
an underground passageway that connects the two buildings
The majority of us feel worried if we walk through a subway.
Oil spilled into the channel following a collision between a tanker and a trawler.
He took a shovel, dug a hole, and buried his possessions.
old mine shafts
The rebels tunnelled out of a maximum security jail.
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If you bore a hole in something, you make a deep round hole in it using a special tool.
Get the special drill bit to bore the correct-size hole.
A burrow is a tunnel or hole in the ground that is dug by an animal such as a rabbit.
a rabbit's burrow
Thesaurus for tunnel from the Collins English Thesaurus
A tunnel is a long passage which has been made under the ground , usually through a hill or under the sea.