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  1. brick

    • IPA[brɪk]

    英式

    • n.
      a small rectangular block typically made of fired or sun-dried clay, used in building.;bricks collectively as a building material
    • v.
      block or enclose with a wall of bricks;throw bricks at
    • verb: brick, 3rd person present: bricks, gerund or present participle: bricking, past tense: bricked, past participle: bricked

    • noun: brick, plural noun: bricks

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    名詞

    • 1. a small rectangular block typically made of fired or sun-dried clay, used in building.
    • 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 同義詞 block, cube, slab, bar, cake
    • British a child's toy building block the bricks and other plastic toys then need to be fitted back into their appropriate containers
    • 2. informal a large and relatively heavy mobile phone, typically an early model with limited functionality I had one of those Motorola bricks as my first cell phone
    • a smartphone or other electronic device that has completely ceased to function while updating the firmware the USB cable got disconnected and the phone is now a brick
    • 3. British informal, dated a generous, helpful, and reliable person ‘You are really a brick, Vi,’ Gloria said

    動詞

    • 1. block or enclose with a wall of bricks the doors have been bricked up
    • 2. British informal throw bricks at the pub was attacked and windows in the area were bricked
    • 3. informal cause (a smartphone or other electronic device) to become completely unable to function, typically on a permanent basis installing an unofficial OS voids the warranty and may brick the phone
    • 4. British vulgar slang be extremely worried or nervous.
    • n.
      a thing that looks valuable, but is in fact worthless.
    • v.
      invent excuses to avoid a task; shirk: he wasn't goldbricking; he was really sick

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    • n.
      a thing that looks valuable but is in fact worthless.
    • v.
      invent excuses to avoid a task; shirk: he wasn't goldbricking; he was really sick

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a covering of brick applied to a timber frame.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a covering of brick applied to a timber frame.

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      (of a house) of timber-frame or concrete-block construction with a facing of brick, in the ... thousands of dinners were being whipped up in white ovens in brick venereal homes
    • n.
      a suburban house of timber-frame or concrete-block construction with a facing of brick: we drove along avenues of sprawling brick venereals

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      built with red bricks: a grand red-brick terrace

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      built with red bricks: a grand red-brick terrace

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[brik]

    美式

    • n.
      a small rectangular block typically made of fired or sun-dried clay, used in building.
    • v.
      block or enclose with a wall of bricks: the doors have been bricked up

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • IPA[brik]

    美式

    • a township in southeastern New Jersey; population 78,419 (est. 2008).

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