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British pronunciation/bˈɪld bɹˈɪdʒɪz/
American pronunciation/bˈɪld bɹˈɪdʒᵻz/
to build bridges
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to establish a friendship between people or parties

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to [build] bridges definition and meaning

What is the origin of the idiom "build bridges" and when to use it?

The origin of the phrase can be traced back to the literal construction of bridges. Building bridges was a complex task that required collaboration and teamwork, as well as a willingness to overcome obstacles and find common ground. Over time, the metaphorical use of the phrase emerged, as people began to use it to describe the process of overcoming differences and finding ways to work together.

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After a heated debate, the politicians realized the importance of building bridges and finding common ground for the benefit of the nation.
Alex is trying to build bridges with his colleague after their disagreement at the meeting.
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