Etymology: bridge + head ( títe de pont)
- (military) an area of ground, on the enemy's side of an obstacle (such as a bridge, especially one that needs to be taken and defended in order to secure an advance
- (chemistry) either of the two atoms in different parts of a molecule that are connected by a bridge
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