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A train in the distance is approaching you and you say "That/This train has two funnels on top"

A train is passing in front of you and you say "That/this train has two funnels on top".

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A train in the distance is approaching you and you say "That/This train has two funnels on top"

A train is passing in front of you and you say "That/this train has two funnels on top". For me, either
By the way, can I call a train or ship funny a chimney?

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New2grammarBy the way, can I call a train or ship funny a chimney?
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I think you mean funnel.

I would not refer to them as chimneys.
Sorry for the typo.

So you would limit the usage of chimney to houses?

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New2grammarSorry for the typo.
So you would limit the usage of chimney to houses?

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I would limit it to buildings. Factories have chimneys, for example.
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I agree. Thanks.
optilangThat/This train has two funnels on top
I'd use "this". Either way, it's certainly no error. Also, "on the top" is redundant. Less is more!
New2grammarSo you would limit the usage of chimney to houses?
Chimney is common to use with steam locos and steamships, it's just that those forms of transport aren't too common anymore in the West. Also "chimney" is name of the vent of a volcano.
Thanks, Huevos. What's the meaning of less is more?
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