Definition of low-bridge in English:

low-bridge

verb

North American
  • 1no object To bend, stoop, or duck, as though passing under a low bridge. Now rare.

  • 2with object Baseball. To cause (a player) to duck out of the way of a fast moving ball; (now chiefly) specifically (of a pitcher) to force (a batter) to duck by throwing a ball close to the batter's head, especially for the purpose of intimidation.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in The New York Times. From low + bridge.

Pronunciation

low-bridge

/ˈləʊbrɪdʒ/