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overbridge

Line breaks: over|bridge
Pronunciation: /ˈəʊvəbrɪdʒ
 
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Definition of overbridge in English:

noun

A bridge over a railway or road: the overbridge was built to replace an underbridge which restricted lorry access
More example sentences
  • The new road has 29 structures, including 17 overbridges, five underbridges and an underpass.
  • There are numerous footbridges and road overbridges in this section, all for the convenience of the bustling innercity suburbs that surround it.
  • There's zero traffic management, and the two main bottlenecks - the railway overbridge and Marathahalli village - see daily traffic jams.

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