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British English: /brɪk/
American English: /brɪk/

Translation of brick in French:


  • 1 (Construction) made of brick
    en brique
    before n (wall)
    de briques
    en briques
  • 3
    (kind person)
    type (informal)/fille (m/f) sympa
    you're a brick!
    t'es un amour (informal)!


it's like banging one's head against ou talking to a brick wall

to brick it
to shit bricks

to put one's money into bricks and mortar

to run up against ou run into a brick wall

se heurter à un mur

to be thick as a brick

être bête comme ses pieds

Phrasal verbs

brick up

brick [something] up, brick up [something]
(fireplace, window)

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