bridging

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Englisch - Türkisch
destekleme
(İnşaat) kenetleme
(İnşaat) köprü kurma
(İnşaat) köprü kuran
köprüleme
yanyana bağlama
bridge
köprü

Mülteciler köprünün altında saklandı. - Refugees hid under the bridge.

Uzun zaman önce, burada bir köprü vardı. - A long time ago, there was a bridge here.

bridging amplifier
gözlem kuvvetlendiricisi
bridging connection
köprüleme bağlantısı
bridging gain
köprüleme kazancı
bridging joist
köprü döşeme kirişi
bridging loss
köprüleme kaybı
bridging the gap
boşluk köprüleme
bridging amplifier
dinleme amplifikatörü
bridging fibrosis
(Tıp) köprü fibriyosisi
bridging ligand
(Kimya) köprü ligant
bridging loss
(Elektrik, Elektronik,Teknik) köprüleme yitimi
bridging loss
çıkma kaybı
bridging shot
(Sinema) bağlayıcı çekim
bridge
(Askeri) köprüüstü
bridge
(oyun) briç
bridge
köprülemek
bridge
kaptan köşkü
bridge
(Muzik) yaylı çalgılarda eşik
bridge
(diş) köprü
bridge
gözlük köprüsü
bridge
burun köprüsü
bridge
kaptan köprüsü
bridge
(telli çalgılarda) köprü
bridge
köprüyle birleştirmek
bridge
bridge tournament briç turnuvas
bridge
iskambil briç
bridge
{f} köprü yapmak

Köprü yapmak, maliyetin dışında, uzun sürecektir. - Apart from the cost, it will take long to build the bridge.

bridge
{i} briç

Nasıl briç oynayacağımı bilmiyorum. - I don't know how to play bridge.

Tom mükemmel bir briç oyuncusu. - Tom is an excellent bridge player.

bridge
(Askeri) KÖPRÜ ÜSTÜ: Gemilerin sevk ve idare edildiği yer
bridge
köprü,v.köprü kur: n.köprü
bridge
köprü kurmak
bridge
(Tıp) Diş köprüsü, briç
crack bridging
(İnşaat) çatlak kenetlenmesi
diagonal bridging
çapraz çelikleme
horizontal bridging
yatay çelikleme
Türkisch - Türkisch

Definition von bridging im Türkisch Türkisch wörterbuch

bridge
Yaylı çalgılarda eşik
Englisch - Englisch
Allows different LAN segments to communicate via PPP by creating a database of source and destination routes between networks
Small wood or metal pieces that are placed diagonally between floor joists or wall studs at midspan points to act as floor or wall stiffeners
The system of bracing used between floor or other timbers to distribute the weight
Small pieces of wood or metal strapping placed in an X-pattern between the floor joists at midspan to prevent the joists from twisting and squeaking
Small wood or metal members that are inserted in a diagonal position between the floor joists at mid-span to act both as tension and compression members for the purpose of bracing the joists a spreading the action of loads
{i} spanning between two things
In general, is a member connected to a joist to brace it from lateral movement See Horizontal Bridging and Diagonal Bridging
Short wood or metal strips placed between joists to provide additional support and distribute the weight of the structure more evenly over the floor system and to prevent twisting
Small wood or metal members that are inserted in a diagonal position between the floor joists at midspan to act both as tension and compression members for the purpose of bracing the joists a spreading the action of loads
Wood blocks installed in an X fashion between floor joist to stabilize and position the joist
This refers to the ability of paint to span small gaps or to cover cracks through its elastic qualities This is a desirable quality for some coatings and is so formulated It is not desirable in coatings for screens and acoustical tile
combining both left and right stereo channels on an amplifier into one higher powered mono channel When an amplifier is bridged, the impedance that the amplifier actually "sees" is calculated based upon the resistance of both stereo channels Here is a simple formula to help define this
A process of temporarily or permanently assigning a century value to a non-compliant date, so that the expanded date will be processed correctly by the program
present participle of bridge
The move from one program age level of Girl Scouting to the next (e g from Junior to Cadette Girl Scouting )
A means of providing through connections between conductors or pairs that are terminated on connecting blocks These through connections are commonly provided by means of individual metallic "bridging" clips or multiple "bridging" clips that are housed in a plastic insulator
a method of reroofing where the new shingles follow the contour of the old roofing Also called "butting up" It is almost always desirable to tear off old roofing
Pieces fitted in pairs from the bottom of one floor joist to the top of adjacent joists used to distribute the floor load Sometimes pieces of solid stock are used
Project delivery method in which the owner hires a design professional to perform conceptual and preliminary design (usually up to 35 percent complete) after which a design-builder contracts to complete the design and perform the construction Back to top
A welding defect caused by poor penetration A void at the root of the weld is spanned by weld metal
A condition of filter element loading in which contaminant spans the space between adjacent sections of a filter element, thus blocking a portion of the useful filtration
Occurrence where a primer will not fill a sand scratch or imperfection This may not show in the prime coat but will show in the topcoat Also a term used to describe paint applied to a surface that extends to an adjacent panel when the film thickness becomes thick enough for the paint to "bridge" the gap
The shunting of one signal circuit by one or more circuits usually for the purpose of deriving one or more circuit branches
– Where the continuity of a column of explosives in a borehole is broken, either by improper explosive placement, or where some foreign matter has separated the charge in the hole
A ceremony where a Girl Scout "crosses the bridge" to the next level of Girl Scouting There are special bridging activities prior to this event when two age levels work together on specific requirements Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout s have a special term for this ceremony called Fly-up
bridging ligand
A ligand which is bound to more than one metal centre
bridging gaps
spanning spaces, spanning difficulties
bridging loan
A bridging loan is money that a bank lends you for a short time, for example so that you can buy a new house before you have sold the one you already own. 'bridge loan an amount of money that a bank lends you for a short period of time until you receive money from somewhere else
bridging loan
short-term loan until a long-term loan is secured
bridge
An unintended solder connection between two or more components or pins
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A rudimentary procedure before definite solution

ECMO is used as a bridge to surgery to stabilize the patient.

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An intramolecular valence bond, atom or chain of atoms that connects two different parts of a molecule; the atoms so connected being bridgeheads
bridge
The piece, on string instruments, that supports the strings from the sounding board
bridge
An edge which, if removed, changes a connected graph to one that is not connected
bridge
A cue modified with a convex arch-shaped notched head attached to the narrow end, used to support a player's (shooter's) cue for extended or tedious shots. Also called a spider
bridge
A particular form of one hand placed on the table to support the cue when making a shot in cue sports
bridge
An elevated platform above the upper deck of a mechanically propelled ship from which it is navigated and from which all activities on deck can be seen and controlled by the captain, etc; smaller ships have a wheelhouse, and sailing ships were controlled from a quarterdeck

The first officer is on the bridge.

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A statement, such as an offer, that signals a possibility of accord
bridge
To be or make a bridge over something

With enough cable, we can bridge this gorge.

bridge
A song contained within another song, often demarcated by meter, key, or melody

The lyrics in the song's bridge inverted its meaning.

bridge
{v} to form a bridge over
bridge
{n} a building to pass over water on, passage, part of the nose or of a violin
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A device that supports LAN-to-LAN communications Bridges may be equipped to provide frame relay support to the LAN devices they serve A frame-relay-capable bridge encapsulates LAN frames in frame relay frames and feeds those frame relay frames to a frame relay switch for transmission across the network A frame-relay-capable bridge also receives frame relay frames from the network, strips the frame relay frame off each LAN frame, and passes the LAN frame on to the end device Bridges are generally used to connect local area network (LAN) segments to other LAN segments or to a wide area network (WAN) They route traffic on the Level 2 LAN protocol (e g , the Media Access Control address), which occupies the lower sub layer of the LAN OSI data link layer See also Router
bridge
brig
bridge
The small arch or bar at right angles to the strings of a violin, guitar, etc
bridge
usually called a bridge wall
bridge
to make a passageway from one bank to the other
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A bridge is a multi-homed host that operates at layer 2 of the OSI model Bridges connect two networks, usually of the same type A bridge is somewhat smarter than a simple repeater, in that it can make decisions about moving data from one network to the other Some bridges even reach up into layers 3 and 4 (traditional router and gateway territory) to add even more intelligence; these smarter devices are sometimes called "brouters "
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water under the bridge: see water. Any of several card games derived from whist, usually played by four people in two partnerships, in which trump is determined by bidding and the hand opposite the declarer is played as a dummy. Structure that spans horizontally to allow pedestrians and vehicles to cross a void. Bridge construction has always presented civil engineering with its greatest challenges. The simplest bridge is the beam (or girder) bridge, consisting of straight, rigid beams placed across a span (e.g., a tree trunk laid across a stream). Ancient Roman bridges are famous for their rounded arch form, which permitted spans much longer than those of stone beams and were more durable than wood. A modification of the arch bridge was the drawbridge, developed during medieval times. The lift bridge, another movable type, can change position to allow clearance for ships and boats. Suspension bridges (e.g., Brooklyn Bridge, Golden Gate Bridge) are capable of spanning great distances; their main support members are cables composed of thousands of strands of wire supported by two towers and anchored at each end, and the roadway is supported by vertical cables hung from the main cables. Other bridges include the truss bridge, popular (e.g., for railroad bridges) because it uses a relatively small amount of material to carry large loads, and the cantilever bridge, typically made with three spans, with the outer spans anchored down at the shore and the central span resting on the cantilevered arms. Card game similar to whist. Bridge is any one of several games, including games such as auction bridge and contract bridge, which retain the essential features of whist: Four players participate, two against two in partnership. They play with a 52-card pack, all cards of which are dealt face downward one at a time, clockwise. When play begins, the object is to win tricks, consisting of one card from each player in rotation. The players must, if able, contribute a card of the suit led, and the trick is won by the highest card. All tricks taken in excess of the first six tricks are known as odd tricks. Before play begins, a suit may be designated the trump suit, in which case any card in it beats any card of the other suits. In all types of bridge a certain number points are needed to win a game, and two games won by the same team allows them to win the rubber. Brooklyn Bridge The Bridge Golden Gate Bridge London Bridge Marco Polo Bridge Incident natural bridge Rainbow Bridge National Monument Bridges Calvin Blackman Bridges Harry Bridges Robert Seymour Natural Bridges National Monument
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A card game resembling whist
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The bridge of a violin, guitar, or other stringed instrument is the small piece of wood under the strings that holds them up
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A data communications device that connects two or more networks and forwards packets between them Bridges read and filter packets and frames Bridges do not require IP addresses and will pass broadcast traffic
bridge
The bridge is the place on a ship from which it is steered
bridge
{i} raised passage or road; type of card game; structure joining teeth which have a gap between them (Dentistry); upper bony area of a nose; area on a ship from which it is directed
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Devices that connect and pass packets between two network segments that use the same communications protocol
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To bridge the gap between two people or things means to reduce it or get rid of it. It is unlikely that the two sides will be able to bridge their differences. = overcome
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any of various card games based on whist for four players a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc
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A device that forwards traffic between network segments based on (OSI Reference Model) data link layer information These segments would have a common network layer address A bridge can connect different kinds of networks (e g , wireless LAN to Ethernet)
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a wooden support that holds the strings up
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A device which connects two or more networks at the data link layer (layer 2) Bridge devices are specified in the IEEE 802 1D standard Bridges are not form part of the collision domain (i e Bridges may be used to split a network into multiple collision domains)
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To build a bridge or bridges on or over; as, to bridge a river
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Device that connects and passes packets between two network segments that use the same communications protocol Bridges operate at the data-link layer (Layer 2) of the OSI reference model In general, a bridge will filter, forward, or flood an incoming frame based on the MAC address of that frame See also relay
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A device that connects two networks or network segments; similar to a router but protocol-independent See also router
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a circuit consisting of two branches (4 arms arranged in a diamond configuration) across which a meter is connected
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the hard ridge that forms the upper part of the nose; "her glasses left marks on the bridge of her nose"
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cross over on a bridge
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A device that connects two local-area networks (LANs) or two segments of the same LAN The two LANs being connected can be alike or dissimilar For example, a bridge can connect an Ethernet with a Token-Ring network Unlike routers, bridges are protocol-independent They simply forward packets without analyzing and re-routing messages Consequently, they're faster than routers, but also less versatile
bridge
Device that connects two or more networks together and forwards packets between them The networks may use dissimilar protocols A bridge operates at the data link layer (layer two) as opposed to a router which operates at layer three Click here for diagram of the seven layer model
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any of various card games based on whist for four players
bridge
an upper deck where a ship is steered and the captain stands the link between two lenses; rests on nose a denture anchored to teeth on either side of missing teeth a wooden support that holds the strings up a circuit consisting of two branches (4 arms arranged in a diamond configuration) across which a meter is connected the hard ridge that forms the upper part of the nose; "her glasses left marks on the bridge of her nose"
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A bridge is a structure that is built over a railway, river, or road so that people or vehicles can cross from one side to the other. He walked back over the railway bridge. the Golden Gate Bridge
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A bridge is any device that connects two physically distinct network segments, usually at a lower network layer than would a router (lawsona)
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A construction or natural feature that spans a divide
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A device used for connecting two Local Area Networks (LANs) or two segments of the same LAN; bridges forward packets without analyzing or re-routing them
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To transition from one piece or section of music to another without stopping
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To span as if with a bridge
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1 To connect one circuit or component to another in parallel When two single line phones share the same line they are said to be ìbridgedî (also known as bridged tap) 2 The interconnection or equipment used between two networks using the same communication protocols, transmission methods and addressing structure Compare with gateway, which connects LANs using different protocols
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To open or make a passage, as by a bridge
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make a bridge across; "bridge a river"
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Device that connects and passes packets between two network segments that use the same communications protocol Bridges operate at the data link layer (Layer 2) of the OSI reference model In general, a bridge will filter, forward, or flood an incoming frame based on the MAC address of that frame
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The upper bony ridge of the human nose
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serving of raise them and transmit their vibrations to the body of the instrument
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Any of several electrical devices that measure characteristics such as impedance and inductance by balancing different parts of a circuit
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A card game played normally with four players playing as two teams of two players each
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Device connecting two separate networks at the OSI Data Link Layer (Level Two Media Access Control Layer) Once bridging is accomplished, the bridge makes interconnected LANs look like a single LAN, passing data between the networks and filtering local traffic There are two key classifications of bridge: those supporting Spanning Tree and, for Token Ring networks, those supporting Source Routing Bridges connect networks using dissimilar protocols and do not interpret the data they carry They control network traffic and security, filtering where necessary to boost network, performance and contain sensitive data to particular LAN areas
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A low wall or vertical partition in the fire chamber of a furnace, for deflecting flame, etc
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The piece, on string instruments, that support the strings from the sounding board
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or which forms a platform or staging over which something passes or is conveyed
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A valence bond, atom or chain of atoms that connects two different parts of a molecule; the atoms so connected being bridgeheads
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Name of an older card game biritch probably Russian
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A device to measure the resistance of a wire or other conductor forming part of an electric circuit
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A device that enables you to link two networks together Bridges are smart enough to know which computers are on which side of the bridge, so they only allow those messages that need to get to the other side to cross the bridge This device improves performance on both sides of the bridge
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The bridge of your nose is the thin top part of it, between your eyes. On the bridge of his hooked nose was a pair of gold rimless spectacles
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Something that bridges the gap between two very different things has some of the qualities of each of these things. the singer who bridged the gap between pop music and opera
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A networking device that connects two LANs and forwards or filters data packets between them, based on their destination addresses Bridges operate at the data link level (or MAC-layer) of the OSI reference model, and are transparent to protocols and to higher level devices like routers
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Bridge is a card game for four players in which the players begin by declaring how many tricks they expect to win. see also suspension bridge
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cross over on a bridge connect or reduce the distance between
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A data communications device that connects two or more network segments and moves data between them
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connect or reduce the distance between
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A device which connects two or more computer buses, typically in a transparent manner
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A prosthesis replacing one or several adjacent teeth
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Anything supported at the ends, which serves to keep some other thing from resting upon the object spanned, as in engraving, watchmaking, etc
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A structure, usually of wood, stone, brick, or iron, erected over a river or other water course, or over a chasm, railroad, etc
bridge
a structure that allows people or vehicles to cross an obstacle such as a river or canal or railway etc
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a denture anchored to teeth on either side of missing teeth
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A device that connects two networks as a seamless single network using the same networking protocol, such as TCP/IP DSL modems are typically bridges
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something resembling a bridge in form or function; "his letters provided a bridge across the centuries"
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an upper deck where a ship is steered and the captain stands
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A dedicated computer used to connect two different networks It uses data link layer address (i e , ethernet physical addresses) to determine if packets should be passed between the networks
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A device that connects two or more LANs (often called subnetworks) that are running the same protocols and cabling This arrangement creates an extended network, in which any two workstations on the linked LANs can share data Bridges use only the bottom two layers of the OSI model
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To find a way of getting over, as a difficulty; generally with over
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the link between two lenses; rests on nose
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A devise that connects a local area network to another local area network that uses the same protocol (for example, Ethernet or token ring) A bridge decides whether a message from you to someone else is going to the local area network in your building or to someone on the local area network in another building across the street A bridge looks at each message on a LAN, "passing" those known to be within the same LAN, and forwarding those known to be on the other interconnected LAN
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A device that expands a Local Area Network by forwarding frames between data link layers associated with two separate cables, usually carrying a common protocol Bridges can usually be made to filter certain packets (to forward only certain traffic)
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A bridge between two places is a piece of land that joins or connects them. a land bridge linking Serbian territories
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{f} span, connect with a bridge
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If something or someone acts as a bridge between two people, groups, or things, they connect them. We hope this book will act as a bridge between doctor and patient They saw themselves as a bridge to peace
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A system which connects two or more local area networks at layer 2
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A switch operating with Layer 2 information only; a MAC-layer device that connects two network segments together
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The bridge of a pair of glasses is the part that rests on your nose
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An active network device used to divide a network into mutually isolated segments while maintaining the whole as a single network Bridges operate at the data-link layer of the OSI Reference Model See OSI
gap bridging
overcoming differences, reaching compromises
bridging

    Silbentrennung

    bridg·ing

    Türkische aussprache

    brîcîng

    Aussprache

    /ˈbrəʤəɴɢ/ /ˈbrɪʤɪŋ/

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