- 1 1.1 to build bridgeswe'll cross that bridge when we come to ittender un puente (de unión)→ burn1 2 1 1, → burn1 2 1 1.2 (on ship) 1.3 (of nose) 1.4 (of glasses) 1.5 (of stringed instrument)ese problema lo resolveremos cuando llegue el momento
- (river/road)tender or construir un puente sobre(differences)Example sentences
- Lift and stair are provided, leading to the curved walkway above, which bridges the road.
- Ties were also found covered with mortar bridging the cavity.
- Significant for bridging the two riverbanks of unequal height, its light steel structure has a delicate lace-like detail.
- The gap should also be bridged between heads of departments and principals.
- Differences on key issues could not be bridged.
- This article has attempted to show how the gap between educational theory and practice can be bridged.
- uncountable (card game) contract bridgebridge partybridge-contrato (masculine)bridge playerreunión (feminine) de bridgeExample sentences
- This is possible because of the trumping rule, which is different from that in whist or bridge.
- Even before then, variants of it were popular with bridge players in Denmark and Southern Sweden.
- Other popular leisure-time pursuits include chess, bingo, and bridge.
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