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Translation of "bridge" - English-Russian dictionary

bridge

noun     /brɪdʒ/
STRUCTURE [C]
A2 a structure that is built over a river, road, etc so that people or vehicles can go across it мост to go across/over a bridge Brooklyn BridgeBridges
CONNECTION [C]
something that connects two groups, organizations, etc and improves the relationship between them мост After the war they tried to build bridges with neighbouring countries.Linking and relatingRegarding and concerning
the bridge of your nose
the hard part of your nose between your eyes переносица The nose
the bridge
the raised area of a ship where the controls are капитанский мостик Parts of ships and boats
GAME [U]
a card game for four players бридж Card games
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