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Meanings of Bridgework:

noun

Dental bridges collectively.

Usage examples:

The toxic metal has also made its way into computer chips, golf clubs and dental bridgework.

Bridging

brɪdʒ

Meanings of Bridging:

noun

A method of climbing a wide chimney by using the left hand and foot on one side wall and the right hand and foot on the other.

Usage examples:

Move out of the cave via bridging up a chimney and back out onto the main face above the cave entra…
verb

Be or make a bridge over (something).

Usage examples:

A covered walkway bridged the gardens

Bridie

ˈbrʌɪdi

Meanings of Bridie:

noun

A meat pasty.

Usage examples:

The bridie looks something like a cornish pasty which has been put on its side.

Bridle

ˈbrʌɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Bridle:

noun

The headgear used to control a horse, consisting of buckled straps to which a bit and reins are attached.

Usage examples:

Grooms came at once to take the bridles
verb

Put a bridle on (a horse).

Usage examples:

Five horses, saddled and bridled, were tied by the reins to branches of trees

Bridle-path

ˈbraɪ.dəl ˌpɑːθ

Meanings of Bridle-path:

noun

A track in the countryside that you ride horses on

Bridled

ˈbraɪ.dəl

Meanings of Bridled:

verb

Put a bridle on (a horse).

Usage examples:

Five horses, saddled and bridled, were tied by the reins to branches of trees
noun

The headgear used to control a horse, consisting of buckled straps to which a bit and reins are attached.

Usage examples:

Grooms came at once to take the bridles

Bridles

ˈbrʌɪd(ə)l

Meanings of Bridles:

noun

The headgear used to control a horse, consisting of buckled straps to which a bit and reins are attached.

Usage examples:

Grooms came at once to take the bridles
verb

Put a bridle on (a horse).

Usage examples:

Five horses, saddled and bridled, were tied by the reins to branches of trees

Bridleway

ˈbraɪ.dəl ˌpɑːθ

Meanings of Bridleway:

noun

A track in the countryside that you ride horses on

Meanings of Bridoon:

noun

A snaffle bit which is frequently used in conjunction with a curb bit in a double bridle.

Usage examples:

There are several patents which disclose loose jointed bridle bits and bridoons of various construc…

Bridoons

brɪˈduːn

Meanings of Bridoons:

noun

A snaffle bit which is frequently used in conjunction with a curb bit in a double bridle.

Usage examples:

There are several patents which disclose loose jointed bridle bits and bridoons of various construc…

Brief

briːf

Meanings of Brief:

adjective

Of short duration; not lasting for long.

Usage examples:

The president made a brief working visit to moscow
noun

A set of instructions given to a person about a job or task.

Usage examples:

His brief is to turn round the county's fortunes
verb

Instruct or inform (someone) thoroughly, especially in preparation for a task.

Usage examples:

She briefed him on last week's decisions

Meanings of Briefcase:

noun

A leather or plastic rectangular container with a handle for carrying books and documents.

Usage examples:

Harry just happens to have a bottle of whisky in his briefcase, and plastic cups.

Meanings of Briefcases:

noun

A leather or plastic rectangular container with a handle for carrying books and documents.

Usage examples:

Harry just happens to have a bottle of whisky in his briefcase, and plastic cups.

Meanings of Briefed:

verb

Instruct or inform (someone) thoroughly, especially in preparation for a task.

Usage examples:

She briefed him on last week's decisions
adjective

Of short duration; not lasting for long.

Usage examples:

He made a brief visit to paris to attend two concerts
noun

A set of instructions given to a person about a job or task.

Usage examples:

His brief is to turn round the county's fortunes

Briefer

briːf

Meanings of Briefer:

noun

A person who presents detailed information and offers instruction to someone, especially in preparation for a task.

Usage examples:

Military briefers prepare for war
adjective

Of short duration; not lasting for long.

Usage examples:

The president made a brief working visit to moscow

Briefers

ˈbriːfə

Meanings of Briefers:

noun

A person who presents detailed information and offers instruction to someone, especially in preparation for a task.

Usage examples:

Military briefers prepare for war

Meanings of Briefest:

adjective

Of short duration; not lasting for long.

Usage examples:

The president made a brief working visit to moscow
noun

A set of instructions given to a person about a job or task.

Usage examples:

His brief is to turn round the county's fortunes
verb

Instruct or inform (someone) thoroughly, especially in preparation for a task.

Usage examples:

She briefed him on last week's decisions

Meanings of Briefing:

noun

A meeting for giving information or instructions.

Usage examples:

A media briefing in the house of commons
verb

Instruct or inform (someone) thoroughly, especially in preparation for a task.

Usage examples:

She briefed him on last week's decisions

Briefings

ˈbriː.fɪŋ

Meanings of Briefings:

noun

A meeting for giving information or instructions.

Usage examples:

A media briefing in the house of commons

Briefless

ˈbriːfləs

Meanings of Briefless:

adjective

(of a barrister) having no clients.

Usage examples:

He preferred the laid-back life of a briefless barrister.

Briefly

ˈbriːf.li

Meanings of Briefly:

adverb

For a short time; fleetingly.

Usage examples:

He worked briefly as a lawyer

Meanings of Briefs:

verb

A set of instructions given to a person about a job or task.

Usage examples:

His brief is to turn round the county's fortunes
plural noun

Short, close-fitting underpants or knickers.

Usage examples:

A pair of blue briefs

Brier

ˈbraɪ.ər

Meanings of Brier:

noun

Any of a number of prickly scrambling shrubs, especially a wild rose.

Usage examples:

‘you're not stupid,’ bella continued, speaking more to the rose briars than to him.

Briers

brʌɪə

Meanings of Briers:

noun

Any of a number of prickly scrambling shrubs, especially a wild rose.

Meanings of Brig:

noun

A two-masted square-rigged ship, typically having an additional lower fore-and-aft sail on the gaff and a boom to the mainmast.

Usage examples:

The brig sailed to the coast of norway to avoid capture
abbreviation

Brigadier.

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