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cripu
gismu rafsi: rip x1 is a bridge/span over/across x2 between x3 and x4 [unordered, typically destination first]. See also bargu, kruca, ragve, kuspe.
cripu
Bridge
lo vi cripu cu rarna
This bridge is a natural formation.
tu du la .sen. gi'e ti cripu
There is the Seine and here is the bridge.
mi pu stapa se ka'a le cripu
I stepped to the bridge.
xo cripu be la temsas. poi rirxe cu zasti
How many bridges are there across the River Thames?
kruca
gismu rafsi: kuc x1 intersects/crosses/traverses x2 at locus x3. See also cripu, ragve.
mi na djuno lo satci ni lo vi cripu cu clani
I don't know the exact length of this bridge.
la djan. pu klama fo lo cripu gi'e pu pagre lo dargu
John walked over the bridge and crossed the road.
mi'ai muvdu fo lo cripu be lo rirxe bei lo tcadu ce lo nurma
We are moving over the bridge across the river that connects the city and the rural zone.
lo za'i lo do mamta cu tcetce plana cu rinka lo nu porpi lo la .lyndyn. cripu
Your mamma's so fat, she'd break London Bridge.
bargu
gismu rafsi: bag x1 arches/curves over/around x2 and is made of x3; x1 is an arch over/around x2 of material x3. Also arc; x2 need not be an object, but may be a point or volume. See also cripu, kruvi, korcu, condi.
kuspe
gismu rafsi: kup ku'e x1 ranges/extends/spans/persists/reaches across/over interval/gap/area/scope/extent/range x2. Also continues. See also ranji, renvi, tcena, bancu, cripu, ragve, vorme, canko, bitmu, sirji, jbini, jimte, preja.
ragve
gismu rafsi: rav x1 is located across/on the other side of gap/boundary x2 from x3; x1 is opposite (fi) x3. Also: x1 is over there (across/beyond zo'e); directly across/beyond a boundary/gap, generally at the shortest plausible distance on the other side of the boundary. See also dukti, kuspe, bancu, kruca, cripu, pagre.
ra noi tikpa le kamju poi sanli le cripu be le rirxe poi pagre le cmatca noi se zdani le nanmu poi ponse le karli poi rinka lo nu makfa vlipa cu mrobi'o
He, who kicks the pillar that stands on the bridge that leads over the river that flows through the village, in which lives the man, who owns the collar that bestows magical powers that perform miracles, dies.