a novel (1927) by Thornton Wilder.
a bridge in Venice across which prisoners were formerly led for trial in the ducal palace. noun a covered 16th-century bridge in Venice, between the Doges’ Palace and the prisons, through which prisoners were formerly led to trial or execution
bridge1 (def 7). Historical Examples Music: An Art and a Language Walter Raymond Spalding noun See bridge1 (sense 8)
noun (electrical engineering) a full-wave rectifier consisting of a bridge with a similar rectifier in each of the four arms
noun (Brit) a soft bread roll in a long thin shape