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  • noun
    plural bridges
    [count] a structure built over something (such as a river) so that people or vehicles can get across
    the Brooklyn Bridge
    a railroad bridge [=a bridge for trains] - see also drawbridgefootbridgesuspension bridge
    something that joins or connects different people or things
    Her work serves as a bridge between the past and the present.
    the place on a ship where the ship is steered
    the upper part of the nose
    He broke the bridge of his nose.
    the part of a pair of eyeglasses that rests on a person's nose
    the part of a guitar, violin, or similar musical instrument that raises the strings away from the surface
    part of a song that connects one section to the next section
    a false tooth or row of false teeth that fits between two real teeth - compare 3bridge
    burn your bridges
    xem burn
    cross that bridge when you come to it
    If you say you will cross that bridge when you come to it, you mean that you will not worry about a possible problem until it actually happens.
    I don't know how we'll pay the bills if you quit your jobbut we'll cross that bridge when we come to it.
    water under the bridge
    xem water
    bridges; bridged; bridging
    [+ obj] :to make a bridge over or across (something) - usually used figuratively
    We hope to bridge the divisions between the two groups. - often used in the phrase bridge the gap
    [noncount] :a card game for four players in two teams - compare 1bridge

    * Các từ tương tự:
    bridge loan, bridgehead