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Oxford dictionary definition of the word brick:
1a small rectangular block typically made of fired or sun-dried clay, used in building.
[mass noun] bricks collectively as a building material:
this mill was built of brick
a large brick building
a small, rectangular object:
a brick of ice cream
British a child’s toy building block:
the bricks and other plastic toys then need to be fitted back into their appropriate containers
2British informal, dated a generous, helpful, and reliable person:
‘You are really a brick, Vi,’ Gloria said
1 [with object and usually with adverbial] block or enclose with a wall of bricks:
the doors have been bricked up
2 [with object] British informal throw bricks at:
the pub was attacked and windows in the area were bricked
3 (be bricking oneself) British vulgar slang be extremely worried or nervous.