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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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footbridgefoot‧bridge /ˈfʊtˌbrɪdʒ/ noun [countable]  TTRa narrow bridge used by people who are walking
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footbridgeThey crossed an old footbridge and followed a stream that bubbled along off to their left.The other is a slim footbridge carried on the piers of what looks like a former railway viaduct.Walk past a cottage and cross the footbridge on your right.Cross the footbridge and follow the steep zig-zag path up to the wall and the ladder stile.Mavis crossed the footbridge cautiously, listening in the dark for the river below.Follow Mill Beck, crossing the footbridge and stiles.Take the path through the second gate on the right to the footbridge.The footbridge over the Glenhead Burn marks the eastern limit of the trail.
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