Definition of bridgeable in English:

bridgeable

adjective

  • See bridge

    • ‘Two points was bridgeable but three was a bridge too far.’
    • ‘Firstly, the second half of the season begins now and logic dictates that the gap is still bridgeable.’
    • ‘The question isn't whether there are gaps, but whether the gaps are bridgeable.’
    • ‘Situated at the lowest point bridgeable on the Severn, it was long an important inland port.’
    • ‘Signs are emerging that the gap between the US and ‘Old Europe’ may be bridgeable after all.’

Pronunciation

bridgeable

/ˈbrɪdʒəb(ə)l/