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a structure like a bridge that takes water across a valley
a curved structure, especially one that supports a building or a bridge
a large floating object that is used for blocking a river or stream, for example to stop pollution flowing into it
a road, railway, or path that goes over a river, over another road etc, and the structure that supports it
a piece of wood or metal fixed to the side of an upright post or a wall and used for supporting something such as a bridge
a bridge that can be pulled up to let ships pass or to stop people getting into a castle
a narrow bridge for people to walk across
a large strong post that supports a bridge or part of a building
an object that supports a floating bridge
a slope connecting two levels of a building, road etc
a type of bridge that hangs from strong steel ropes that are fixed to towers
a bridge that you have to pay to drive across
a long bridge on high posts, usually across a valley
a small electronic device which is taken into shops and links individual customers to advertisements …
the person who you are married to or are having a romantic relationship with. This word is polite...
the act or practice of telling the future using random items such as playing cards
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