Definition of footbridge in English:

footbridge

Line breaks: foot|bridge
Pronunciation: /ˈfʊtbrɪdʒ
 
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noun

  • A bridge designed to be used by pedestrians: he took a short cut across a railway footbridge
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    • From the end of the lane, cross the river by the footbridge alongside the railway bridge and then turn right along the riverbank.
    • We crossed the Weld using the footbridge at the controversial bridge site, riding up the south side of the valley.
    • Work involved restoration of the Podgill viaduct, repairs to the farm bridge and two over bridges plus a new footbridge.

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