Bridge is term which can refer to:

1. The room from which a ship is controlled. On a smaller boat this is usually not a room, is outside, and is known as a cockpit.

2. A man made structure crossing a body of water, usually for the use of automobiles or train. A boat intending to pass under a bridge needs to make sure it has sufficient vertical clearance unless it is a swinging bridge or a drawbridge.

-see also:
"Bridge" is in the NAICS Code "237310"
(Highway, Street, and Bridge ConstructionCauseway construction)

"Bridge" is in the UNSPSC Code "20121102"
Bridge plugs

Ref: 122252/2006-10-09

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
Bridge carrier (Bridge carrier is described as a rubber-tyre ...)
Bridge conveyor (Bridge conveyor is described as a short conveyor. ..)

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