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brick

noun uk   /brɪk/ us  

brick noun (BUILDING BLOCK)

B2 [C] a rectangular block of hard material used for building walls and houses: The chimney was made of bricks. red-brick houses He was so embarrassed - his face went brick-red (= a dark red).
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brick noun (GOOD PERSON)

[C usually singular] old-fashioned or humorous a very helpful and kind person who can be trusted: Thanks for bringing all that food along to the party, Tony. You're a brick!
Traducciones de “brick”
en coreano 벽돌…
en árabe آجُرّ, قَرْميد…
en francés (de/en) brique…
en turco tuğla…
en italiano mattone…
en chino (tradicionál) 磚…
en ruso кирпич…
en polaco cegła…
en español ladrillo…
en portugués tijolo…
en alemán der Ziegel…
en catalán maó…
en japonés れんが…
en chino (simplificado) 砖…
(Definition of brick from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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