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Definition of "bridged" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of bridge. (verb)
  • Equipped with a bridge (in many contexts) (adjective)

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Use "bridged" in a sentence
  • "The Ethernet setting should be set to "bridged" - and if the Belkin is in place, then hopefully you should be running in no time now (the Belkin looks quite alright for the purpose from what I briefly skimmed in specs)"
  • "Very much better than the series plan of party-line connections, is the arrangement by which the instruments are placed in bridges across the line, such lines being commonly known as bridged or bridging lines."
  • "Yet a school nickname bridged five years so rapidly that the man who had just been reviling Fate smiled at the picturesque officer of the Guards in the old, tolerant way, the way in which the hero of the eleven or fifteen permits his worshipers to applaud."