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Definition of "funnelling" [funnelling]

  • Present participle of funnel. (verb)

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Use "funnelling" in a sentence
  • "Germany -- asked to provide the lion's share of aid -- had been cool to the idea of funnelling taxpayer funds into Opel after GM abandoned a deal with Canada's Magna that German"
  • "When the school bell chimed, Joe slowly joined the crowd funnelling through the school entrance, racked with envious misery."
  • "The report, by the Senate armed services committee, is critical of the operations of some of these companies, saying it uncovered "evidence of private security contractors funnelling US taxpayers 'dollars to Afghan warlords and strongmen linked to murder, kidnapping, bribery as well as Taliban and other anti-coalition activities"."
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