(VERB.) When a person gets stuck behind a draw bridge. This usually occurs while driving a car but can also occur while walking, bike riding or using other means of ground transportation. This is a common occurance for individuals that live near coastal areas. I.e. south Florida. When a person is bridged, it typically causes on average a 10-20 minute delay in reaching one's destination.
Just my luck, I was bridged today on the way to the post office and got there 2 minutes after closing. Now I have to wait until tomorrow to mail my package. Getting bridged sucks!
by paulsack February 03, 2011