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  • noun someone who maintains and/or operates a bridge


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  • "Our bridgetender did everything she was supposed to do," Holloway said.

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  • The bridgetender seemed very nice on the radio; maybe the insane unannounced restrictions weren't her idea.

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  • While I wait for these characters to get it in gear, I often think of the old story about Ted Turner, climbing his own mast just to punch a bridgetender in the face.

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