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brick-and-mortaradjective [before noun]

uk   us   also bricks-and-mortar
used to describe a traditional business that operates in a building, when compared to one that operates over the internet: brick-and-mortar stores/retailers Online retailers try to lure customers away from their brick-and-mortar competitors.
PROPERTY relating to building activities: The college wants to borrow $102 million for brick-and-mortar projects like a new science building.
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