Definition of brickfield in English:

brickfield

Syllabification: brick·field
Pronunciation: /ˈbrikfēld
 
/

noun

British
An area of ground where bricks are made.
More example sentences
  • Conditions in mines and quarries, brickfields, and warehouses were regulated separately.
  • Return loads may have been consumables for the brickfields, potteries and coal mines.
  • The project is to build three huge domes in disused brickfields near Stewartby.

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