Brücke

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From Old High German brucca (akin to Old Saxon bruggia), from Proto-Germanic *brugjǭ. Compare Dutch brug, English bridge, Low German Brügge, Danish brygge.

Noun[edit]

Brücke f (genitive Brücke, plural Brücken)

  1. bridge
  2. (software, design) The bridge pattern.
  3. Synonym for "der Pons" referring to the Pons in the brain, "bridging" the brain stem with the rest of the brain.

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