路 / 河上方
a structure that is built over a road, railway/railroad, river, etc. so that people or vehicles can cross from one side to the other
We crossed the bridge over the river Windrush.
a thing that provides a connection or contact between two different things
Cultural exchanges are a way of building bridges between countries.
the part of a ship where the captain and other officers stand when they are controlling and steering the ship
a card game for two pairs of players who have to predict how many cards they will win. They score points if they succeed in winning that number of cards and lose points if they fail.
the hard part at the top of the nose, between the eyes
the part of a pair of glasses that rests on your nose
a small piece of wood on a guitar , violin , etc. over which the strings are stretched
a false tooth or false teeth, held permanently in place by being fastened to natural teeth on either side
to do sth that makes it impossible to return to the previous situation later
Think carefully before you resign─you don't want to burn your bridges.
to worry about a problem when it actually happens and not before
used to say that sth happened in the past and is now forgotten or no longer important
to build or form a bridge over sth
The valley was originally bridged by the Romans.
A plank of wood bridged the stream.
消除（甲、乙间的）隔阂 / 鸿沟 / 分歧
to reduce or get rid of the differences that exist between two things or groups of people