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A fault or flaw:
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  1. A fault or flaw:
  2. A gap, usually the valence band of an insulator or semiconductor, that would normally be filled with one electron. If an electron accelerated by a voltage moves into a gap, it leaves a gap behind it, and in this way the hole itself appears to move through the substance. Even though holes are in fact the absence of a negatively charged particle (an electron), they can be treated theoretically as positively charged particles, whose motion gives rise to electric current.
  3. An opening or perforation:
Any similar passage or hole for shelter, refuge, etc.
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  1. Any similar passage or hole for shelter, refuge, etc.
  2. A hole or tunnel dug in the ground by a small animal, such as a rabbit or mole, for habitation or refuge.
  3. A hole or tunnel dug in the ground by an animal
An underground urban railroad, usually operated by electricity.
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  1. An underground urban railroad, usually operated by electricity.
  2. A passage for such a railroad.
  3. An underground tunnel or passage, as for a water main or for pedestrians.
An inner tube.
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  1. An inner tube.
  2. An organic structure having the shape or function of a tube; a duct:
  3. (Electronics) An electron tube.
An unfinished space of limited height, as under a roof or floor, allowing access to wiring, plumbing, etc.
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  1. An unfinished space of limited height, as under a roof or floor, allowing access to wiring, plumbing, etc.
  2. A narrow opening underneath the bottom of a building (storey) used to give access to pipes, cables and other utilities
A long, narrow, often vertical passage sunk into the earth, as for mining ore; a tunnel.
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  1. A long, narrow, often vertical passage sunk into the earth, as for mining ore; a tunnel.
  2. A bar, usually cylindrical, for supporting or transmitting motion to a wheel, pulley, gear, cam, etc.
  3. The section of a hair projecting from the surface of the body.
An explosive device used to destroy enemy personnel, shipping, fortifications, or equipment, often placed in a concealed position and designed to be detonated by contact, proximity, or a time fuse.
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  1. An explosive device used to destroy enemy personnel, shipping, fortifications, or equipment, often placed in a concealed position and designed to be detonated by contact, proximity, or a time fuse.
  2. A surface excavation where the topmost or exposed layer of earth is removed for extracting its ore or minerals.
  3. An explosive charge in a container, buried in the ground for destroying enemy troops or vehicles on land, or placed in the sea for destroying enemy ships
A hole or cavity in the ground
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  1. A hole or cavity in the ground
  2. The section, often below floor level, in front of the stage, where the orchestra sits
  3. The shaft of a mine.
(Film) The alternation of (shots in a scene, scenes in a sequence, etc.) as to suggest opposition, parallel action, etc.
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  1. (Film) The alternation of (shots in a scene, scenes in a sequence, etc.) as to suggest opposition, parallel action, etc.
  2. A level in a mine driven so that it intersects a vein of ore.
  3. (Mining) A passageway, air shaft, etc. cut to connect two shafts or tunnels that are roughly parallel
Something moving along in a current of air or water:
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  1. Something moving along in a current of air or water:
  2. (Linguis.) A gradual change along a certain line of development in the various elements of a language
  3. A being driven or carried along, as by a current of air or water or by circumstances
An approach or entrance; specif., an almost horizontal passageway into a mine
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  1. An approach or entrance; specif., an almost horizontal passageway into a mine
Find another word for tunnel. In this page you can discover 13 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for tunnel, like: hole, burrow, underground passage, subway, tube, crawl-space, crawlway, shaft, mine, pit and crosscut.