a bridge, as from a pier to a boat, floating at one end and hinged at the other to permit loading and unloading at any level of water.
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- float bowl,
- float chamber,
- float glass,
- float off,
- float switch,
- float valve
Origin of float bridge
First recorded in 1685–95
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