footbridge


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foot·bridge

 (fo͝ot′brĭj′)
n.
A bridge designed for pedestrians.
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footbridge

(ˈfʊtˌbrɪdʒ)
n
(Civil Engineering) a narrow bridge for the use of pedestrians
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foot•bridge

(ˈfʊtˌbrɪdʒ)

n.
a bridge for pedestrians.
[1325–75]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.footbridge - a bridge designed for pedestriansfootbridge - a bridge designed for pedestrians  
bridge, span - a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc.
gangboard, gangplank, gangway - a temporary bridge for getting on and off a vessel at dockside
jet bridge - an extendible bridge for loading passengers onto large commercial airplanes; provides protected access to the plane from the gate
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Translations

footbridge

[ˈfʊtbrɪdʒ] Npuente m peatonal
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footbridge

[ˈfʊtbrɪdʒ] npasserelle ffoot-dragging [ˈfʊtdrægɪŋ] natermoiements mpl
foot-dragging over sth → atermoiements sur qch
to accuse sb of foot-dragging → accuser qn d'atermoiements
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footbridge

[ˈfʊtˌbrɪdʒ] npasserella
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References in classic literature ?
"Why, marry," replied Robin, "this fellow would not let me pass the footbridge, and when I tickled him in the ribs, he must needs answer by a pat on the head which landed me overboard."
At the bottom of the valley a little brook had undermined its footbridge, and frothed in the wreckage.
A few months later the three of them were down at the brook in the Gale Anstey woods to consider the rebuilding of a footbridge carried away by spring floods.
Year 6 pupils from Malvern Primary School in Huyton have helped design artwork that will feature at the entrance of the new Greystone Road footbridge.
Abu Dhabi: Delay in the opening of a footbridge connecting three prime residential addresses in Reem Island is irking residents.
DEAR Editor, I was pleased to see former council leader Lord Whitby speaking out against the dumbing down of designs for New Street Station's Navigation Street footbridge. I hope the present council leader will show similar courage and join the growing chorus of disapproval.
Cross the footbridge into the recreation ground and follow left to reach Wake Green Road exit.
NICOSIA municipality has calculated that since July 24 when the temporary footbridge connecting Stasinou Avenue with old Nicosia was opened, more than 45,000 people have crossed in both directions.
AngloGold Ashanti's (Obuasi) mine has built a footbridge over river Jimi at Okyerekrom.
Summary: The Indian Army have completed work on the Commonwealth Games footbridge which collapsed.
A YOB pelted cars with stones from a footbridge above a busy main road in Coventry.
on February 23, 1945, when my squad of the 247th Engineer Combat Battalion began the construction of a footbridge for the 29th Infantry Division to make an assault crossing of the Roer River into Julich, Germany.