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bridge a/the gap

to connect two things or to make the difference between them smaller: The president singled out education as a vital tool in bridging the gap between rich and poor. This collection of stories bridges the gap between history and fiction.
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Translations of “bridge a/the gap”
in Chinese (Simplified) 弥合差距, 弥补隔阂, 消除差异…
in Chinese (Traditional) 彌合差距, 彌補隔閡, 消除差異…
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