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brick definition

  1. n.
    a failed shot (in basketball) that bounces off the rim or backboard. : Chalk up another brick for Michael.
  2. n.
    any failure. : This whole thing is a mess. Whose brick is this anyway?
  3. in.
    to fail. (From sense 1.) : The whole project bricked because we sat on the contract too long.
  4. tv.
    to strike or punch someone. (Streets.) : That dude just bricked a cop!
  5. n.
    a block of marijuana; a kilo of cocaine. (Drugs.) : Man, I can't afford a brick! Gimme a bag. , The police said he was carrying a “brick” of cannabis when arrested.
  6. n.
    a large, brick-shaped, handheld mobile telephone that is a precursor to the modern cellphone. : I still have my old “brick,” but I'd be embarrassed to use it, even if it did still work.
Dictionary of American Slang and Colloquial Expressions by Richard A. Spears.Fourth Edition.
Copyright 2007. Published by McGraw-Hill Education.
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