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Spanish translation of “brick”

brick

noun /brik/
(a block of) baked clay used for building
ladrillo
a pile of bricks (also adjective) a brick wall.
brickbat noun an insult
insulto
They hurled brickbats at the politician throughout his speech.
bricklayer noun a person who builds (houses etc) with bricks.
albañil
He’s a qualified bricklayer.
(Definition of brick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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