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bricknoun

uk   /brɪk/  us   /brɪk/
  • brick noun (BUILDING BLOCK)

B2 [C] a ​rectangularblock of hard ​material used for ​buildingwalls and ​houses: The ​chimney was made of bricks. red-brick ​houses He was so ​embarrassed - his ​face went brick-​red (= a ​darkred).

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bricknoun [C]

 us   /brɪk/
a ​rectangularblock of hard ​material used for ​buildingwalls and ​houses
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Translations of “brick”
in Korean 벽돌…
in Arabic آجُرّ, قَرْميد…
in Malaysian bata…
in French (de/en) brique…
in Russian кирпич…
in Chinese (Traditional) 磚…
in Italian mattone…
in Turkish tuğla…
in Polish cegła…
in Spanish ladrillo…
in Vietnamese gạch…
in Portuguese tijolo…
in Thai อิฐ…
in German der Ziegel…
in Catalan maó…
in Japanese れんが…
in Chinese (Simplified) 砖…
in Indonesian bata…
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