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Meaning of BRIDGE

Pronunciation:  brij

 
Matching Terms:  bridge circuit, bridge deck, bridge hand, bridge of varolius, bridge over, bridge partner, bridge player, bridge teeth, bridge whist, bridgeable, bridgeboard, bridged-t, bridgehead, bridgeing, bridgeless, bridgeport, bridgepot, bridges, bridget, bridgetalk, bridgetown, bridgetree, bridge-ward, bridgework, bridgey

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 Definition: 
  1. A component of ices for civil engineers.

    [Sammet 1969, p. 616].

  2. A device which forwards traffic between network segments based on data link layer information. These segments would have a common network layer address.

    Every network should only have one root bridge.

    See also gateway, router.

 
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