"bridge" can be a verb. You can see the conjugations below.

bridge
[brɪdʒ]
sustantivo
1. puente (m) (over river, on ship, of violin, on teeth); caballete (m) (of nose)
  • we'll cross that bridge when we come to it (sentido figurado) -> no adelantemos acontecimientos
  • a bridge building effort (sentido figurado) -> un esfuerzo por tender un puente
  • bridge loan (finanzas) -> crédito (m) de puente (Estados Unidos)
verbo transitivo
2. tender un puente sobre (river)
  • to bridge a gap -> llenar un vacío
  • to bridge the gap between rich and poor -> acortar la distancia entre ricos y pobres
sustantivo
1. bridge (m) (cardgame)

bridge [brich]
sustantivo
1. Puente, fábrica construida sobre los ríos, fosos, etc., para pasarlos.
  • Drawbridge -> puente levadizo
  • Bridge of boats -> puente de barcas
  • To build bridges -> tender un puente de unión
  • We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it -> ese problema lo resolveremos cuando llegue el momento
2. El caballete de la nariz (of nose); puente (of glasses).
3. Puente de violín, violón, guitarra u otro instrumento de cuerda.
4. Balanza de Wheatstone, artificio para medir la resistencia eléctrica.
  • Cantilever bridge -> puente de contra peso
  • Suspension bridge -> puente colgante
(Dent.) Puente. Bridge (card game).
va. Construir o levantar un puente en algún paraje. Tender o construir un puente (river); salvar (differences).

bridge [brɪdʒ]
noun
1 (gen) puente (m); also (Mús)
to build a bridge between two communities crear un vínculo (de unión) entre dos comunidades
It is hoped that the new initiative will help to build a bridge between the two warring communities
we must rebuild our bridges tenemos que restablecer las relaciones
to burn one's bridges quemar las naves
we'll cross that bridge when we come to it trataremos ese problema en su momento
don't cross your bridges before you come to them no adelantes los acontecimientos
much water has flowed under the bridge since then mucho ha llovido desde entonces
2 (Náut) puente (m) de mando
3 [of nose] caballete (m); [of spectacles] puente (m)
4 (Dentistry) puente (m)
verb:transitive
tender un puente sobre
to bridge a gap llenar un vacío
modifier
bridge building (n) construcción (f) de puentes; restablecimiento (m) de relaciones
bridge [brɪdʒ]
noun
(Cards) bridge (m)
modifier
bridge party (n) reunión (f) de bridge
bridge player (n) jugadorajugadora (m) (f) de bridge;a jugadora
bridge roll (n) tipo de bollo pequeño y alargado

Verb Conjugations for "bridge" (go to el puente)

Indicative

Present
Preterit
Future
I bridge I bridged I will bridge
you bridge you bridged you will bridge
he/she bridges he/she bridged he/she will bridge
we bridge we bridged we will bridge
you bridge you bridged you will bridge
they bridge they bridged they will bridge
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