Definition of bridging in English:

bridging

Syllabification: bridg·ing
Pronunciation: /ˈbrijiNG
 
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noun

  • 1The action of putting a bridge over something: the bridging of a ditch
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    • No plans were submitted which showed the bridging of the pedestrian precinct.
    • It is a combat support system which integrates advanced bridging and electronic control into a single system.
    • The bridging and engineering brigade was completely obliterated within 2 minutes.
  • 1.1 Mountaineering A method of climbing a wide chimney by using the left hand and foot on one sidewall and the right hand and foot on the other.
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    • Move out of the cave via bridging up a chimney and back out onto the main face above the cave entrance.
    • Learning to move on steep rock, bridging overhangs and feeling like a bird are unforgettable experiences.

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