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The meaning of Bridgeheads

ˈbrɪdʒhɛd

Bridgeheads – definition

noun

A strong position secured by an army inside enemy territory from which to advance or attack.

Usage examples:

Moving south-west out of the bridgehead, rommel's troops came upon two battalions of b1 tanks

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桥头堡

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Bruggenhoofden, Bruggehoofd

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Têtes de pont, Tête de pont

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Brückenköpfe, Brückenkopf

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ब्रिजहेड्स, बांस, नाक का पुल

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Teste di ponte, Testa di ponte

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교두보

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Плацдармы, Плацдарм, Предмостное укрепление, Предмостная позиция, Предмостный плацдарм

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Cabezas de puente, Cabeza de puente

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