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1.
A part of a song which links a verse or the chorus to another verse or the chorus. Usually distinguished by a slightly different instrumental, e.g. a changing guitar riff, or a thinner drumline
James Brown: "Bobby! Should I take 'em to the bridge? Take 'em to the bridge? (Go 'head!) hit me now! Come on! Stay on the scene, a-like a sex machine!"
ayon kay Antony Johnston ika-18 ng Disyembre, 2005
 
2.
The act of inserting then firing a shotgun in to the anus of a prostitute post coital. Followed by the acquisition of her money and narcotics.
I Bridged a ho last night and the best part was that I didn't have to pay, plus I scored some free drugs!
ayon kay skeet on a ho ika-10 ng Hulyo, 2008
 
3.
noun: alcoholic beverages consumed to achieve the state of intoxication.

When using the term building bridges to describe getting drunk, the "bridges" refers to the alcohol used to do so.
Person A: Bring the bridges, man.
Person B: No worries, S has like a gallon of vodka in his room.
ayon kay roxiface ika-22 ng Abril, 2007
 
4.
Term used in western canada to refer to a guy that looks like a greasy itilian pirate, not unlike captain morgan. Also known to make really good chilli, and manage to pick up girls when out of town for work.
Guy#1 - Man you look like a pirate
Guy#2 - I know I'm gonna pull a bridges and take home a girl and cook her chilli
ayon kay Ups ika-28 ng Setyembre, 2006
 
5.
a thing which joins 2 things together allowing you to move from one part to the other. it can be either physical, mental, metaphorical etc.
1. i used the bridge to get to the other side of the river
2. understanding that my girlfriend was on her rags helped me to bridge why she was telling me i was an asshole when i had just moved heaven and earth for her.
ayon kay shaneaisbett ika-02 ng Hulyo, 2004
 
6.
A card game that you are not able to play until you are so old that no living thing would have sex with you
"Would you like to move to Italy in your retirement?"

"I would rather just play bridge until I decompose."
ayon kay hockaday3 ika-25 ng Disyembre, 2009
 
7.
1. Noun - One of the most popular card games in the world. Beats Spades, hands-down.

2. Noun - A structure that connects two landmasses. Usually passes over water, and comes in different types, such as suspension, ect.

3. Verb - To jack off.

4. Verb - To make a connection between two ideas.
1. I'd much rather play Bridge than Spades.

2. I think we have to cross the Golden Gate Bridge.

3. Ha! You got caught bridging by your mom!

4. Matt's idea bridged together the two related theories.
ayon kay God ika-10 ng Hulyo, 2004