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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.
Translations of “brick”
in Korean 벽돌…
in Arabic آجُرّ, قَرْميد…
in French (de/en) brique…
in Italian mattone…
in Chinese (Traditional) 磚…
in Russian кирпич…
in Turkish tuğla…
in Polish cegła…
in Portuguese tijolo…
in German der Ziegel…
in Catalan maó…
in Japanese れんが…
in Chinese (Simplified) 砖…
(Definition of brick from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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