The definition of a bridge is a structure connecting two sections of land so that people and vehicles can cross from one side to the other.(noun)
The Golden Gate bridge in San Francisco is a famous example of a bridge.
Bridge is defined as the bony upper part of your nose.(noun)
An example of the bridge of your nose is the place where your glasses rest on your nose.
See bridge in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME brigge < OE brycge < IE base *bhrū, log, beam, hence wooden causeway
Origin: earlier (1886) biritch, “Russian whist,” altered after bridge; game and name ? of Russ orig.
See bridge in American Heritage Dictionary 4
Origin: Middle English brigge
Origin: , from Old English brycg; see bhrū- in Indo-European roots.
Origin: From earlier biritch (influenced by bridge1)
Origin: , from Russian birich, a call
Origin: , from Old Russian birichĭ.
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