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bricks and mortar

property in the ​form of ​buildings usually when ​considered as an investment: I was ​nearly 40 when I ​finallyinvested in ​bricks and ​mortar.
(Definition of bricks and mortar from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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bricks and mortarnoun [U]

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PROPERTY a way of referring to ​buildings, for ​example when you are ​thinking about how much they are ​worth: They've ​invested most of their ​money in bricks and mortar.
(Definition of bricks and mortar from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “bricks and mortar”
in Chinese (Simplified) 房产, 有形资产…
in Chinese (Traditional) 房産, 有形資産…
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