Synonyms of 'bridge'
He walked over the railway bridge.
to build or provide a bridge over (something)a tree used to bridge the river
She bridged the gap between pop music and opera.
It is unlikely that the two sides will be able to bridge their differences.
related adjective pontine
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in the sense of bond
something that brings or holds people togetherthe bond that linked them
in the sense of connection
a link or bondCheck radiators for small leaks, especially round pipework connections.
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