Another word for bridge
An elevated structure
Types of bridges include: arch, pier, gantry, leg, suspension, truss, trestle, cantilever, bowstring, tubular, bascule, pontoon, swing, tubular-arch, turnpike, floating, steel arch, vertical lift, draw, box-girder, lattice, hoist, induction, bottom-road, arched-truss, panel-truss, covered, covered Bailey.
Famous bridges include: Alexander Hamilton, Ambassador, Bayonne, Bronx-Whitestone, Brooklyn, Carquinez Strait, Chesapeake Bay, Corpus Christi, Eads, Firth of Forth, Florianopolis, George Washington, Golden Gate, Henry Hudson, Iberville Memorial, KarlsbrÃ¼cke, Kitchikas, Lake Pontchartrain, London, Mackinac, Oakland or Bay Bridge, Pont Neuf, Pont d'Avignon, Ponte Vecchio, Verrazano-Narrows, Bridge of Sighs, Bridge of St. Angelo.
A game at cards
whist, bridge-whist, contract bridge, auction bridge, duplicate bridge, rubber bridge, honeymoon bridge; see also game 1.
commit oneself, be determined, go forward resolutely, cross the Rubicon; see advance 1.