cable-stayed bridge

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ca·ble-stayed bridge

 (kā′bəl-stād′)
n.
A bridge having the roadway supported by angled cables anchored directly to a tower or towers.
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cable-stayed bridge

n
(Civil Engineering) a type of suspension bridge in which the supporting cables are connected directly to the bridge deck without the use of suspenders
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