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    a road runs across a bridge

    Hi,

    What does it mean when a road runs across a bridge?

    Does it mean that the road meets the bridge?
    Or the road and the bridge intersecting to form a right angle?
    Or neither of them are correct? and it means something else?

    Thank you very much for your help.

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    Re: a road runs across a bridge

    To me it simply means that the road travels on, and at one point it crosses a river or something via a bridge.

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