von Michael Kaufmann, 2015-04-19, 10:59 Spam? 78.51.127....
Wie übersetzt man Tunneleinfahrt?
|Not in dict.||#797402|
Also possible: "the mouth of the/a tunnel".
|depending on context||#797407|
von Lisa4dict loggedout, 2015-04-19, 12:04 Spam? 99.11.162....
leading / going into the tunnel
Stau an der Tunneleinfahrt >> traffic jam going into the tunnel
Strictly speaking, the "jam" is not "going" anywhere. It is staying at the mouth of / entrance to the tunnel.
von Lisa4dict loggedout, 2015-04-19, 14:33 Spam? 99.11.162....
That's why I pointed it out. "going into the tunnel" is used to describe the location. More precisely a longer form might say "where the road is going into the tunnel" or "as you are going into the tunnel." But we use this short version to describe the location. Not just for tunnels, by the way. You might hear a description of:
"to your left going into the store" meaning "at the entrance of the store, facing as you would going in"
I wasn't aware that that was AE.
|+traffic jam going into the tunnel + may also be read to mean traffic jam while going into the tunnel||#797421|
von Proteus-, 2015-04-19, 14:51 Spam? 194.118.20....
|Correction: traffic jam going into the tunnel may also be read to mean traffic jam while going into the tunnel||#797422|
von Proteus-, 2015-04-19, 14:52 Spam? 194.118.20....
von Lisa4dict loggedout, 2015-04-19, 17:38 Spam? 99.11.162....
So, traffic jam wasn't a good example IYO.
|No, no - while approaching / going into motorway tunnels, in times of congestion drivers often encounter traffic jams - from slowdowns to standstills||#797436|
von Proteus-, 2015-04-19, 18:29 Spam? 194.118.20....
Take hundred metres of strained cars, add sugar and citron at discretion and funnel the whole mass into a well heated tunnel. Out comes traffic jelly.
|entrance to the tunnel||#797480|
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