bridge noun

1 structure across a river, road, etc.

ADJ. high, humpback, narrow | railway, road | Bailey, cantilever, pontoon, suspension | toll

VERB + BRIDGE build, erect | destroy | wash away Floods washed away several bridges. | cross Cross the bridge and turn right into the town.

BRIDGE + VERB cross sth, span sth The new bridge will cross the Thames at this point. | link sth

PREP. across over a/the ~ driving over a humpback bridge | under a/the ~ The road goes under the old railway bridge. | ~ across, over a bridge over the river

2 card game

QUANT. game, rubber I enjoy a game of bridge occasionally.


BRIDGE + NOUN tournament | partner, player