bridgeable bridgeable


  • (adj) capable of being connected by a bridge or as if by a bridge


  1. While the policy gap between Republicans and Democrats is bridgeable, the question of how to pay for any new system remains.
  2. Along Highway 50 the distance between towns is bridgeable only by marathon road trips and the most powerful AM radio signals.
  3. So this is a bridgeable gap.


  1. "The Syrian government is in a position to fulfill a peace agreement, and the difference between the parties appears to be bridgeable," Indyk, a former US ambassador to Israel, said.
    on Dec 2, 2008 By: Martin Indyk Source: FOXNews

  2. "Issues that divide the parties are bridgeable ...... with political will," Annan told reporters after his meetings. "The solution must be found in the mediation room."
    on Feb 27, 2008 By: Kofi Annan Source: Reuters South Africa

  3. "I don't deny there are differences in our positions, but I believe they are bridgeable," Peres told reporters after the talks.
    on Nov 22, 2009 By: Shimon Peres Source: AFP

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