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bridge

noun /bridʒ/
a structure carrying a road or railway over a river etc
puente
We crossed the bridge.
the narrow raised platform for the captain of a ship
puente de mando
The captain was standing on the bridge.
(anatomy) the bony part (of the nose).
caballete
He had a bandage across the bridge of his nose.
(music ) the support of the strings of a violin etc
puente
The strings are stretched over the bridge.
(Definition of bridge from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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