a bridge supported by pontoons.
[pon-top-i-dahn] /pɒnˈtɒp ɪˌdɑn/ noun 1. Henrik [hen-reek] /ˈhɛn rik/ (Show IPA), 1857–1943, Danish novelist: Nobel prize 1917. /Danish pontˈtopidan/ noun 1. Henrik. 1857–1943, Danish novelist and short-story writer, author of the novel sequences The Promised Land (1891–95), Lykke-Per (1898–1904), and The Empire of Death (1912–16). Nobel prize for literature 1917
/Italian ponˈtormo/ noun 1. Jacopo da (ˈjaːkopo da). original name Jacopo Carrucci. 1494–1556, Italian mannerist painter
[pon-tuh s] /ˈpɒn təs/ noun 1. an ancient country in NE Asia Minor, bordering on the Black Sea: later a Roman province. 2. Also, Pontos [pon-tos] /ˈpɒn tɒs/ (Show IPA). the ancient Greek personification of the sea. /ˈpɒntəs/ noun 1. an ancient region of NE Asia Minor, on the Black Sea: became a kingdom in […]
[pon-tuh-pool] /ˈpɒn təˌpul/ noun 1. a town in Torfaen, in SE Wales. /ˌpɒntɪˈpuːl/ noun 1. an industrial town in E Wales, in Torfaen county borough: famous for lacquered ironware in the 18th century. Pop: 35 447 (2001)