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Go over the bridge and then turn right.
We walked across a wooden bridge.
a railway bridge
Her job, basically, is to create a bridge between the business community and the world of education.
The new assembly is seen by many as a bridge to full independence.
This is the British English definition of bridge. View American English definition of bridge.
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