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"brick "is often used humorously to mean the opposite of a helpful and kind person,is that right? Can someone take some example for me .I mean how to use it?
7 de mar de 2008 8:37
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Now that you mention it, SLP2008, if someone described a movie as a "brick", I would understand what they meant.
8 de Marzo de 2008
A "brick" is sometimes used here (US) to mean a "failure", a "dud", something that was executed that was unsuccessful.
7 de Marzo de 2008
I've never heard "brick" used in this way. Not in the UK, anyway. It may be an American expression, but I don't think so.
7 de Marzo de 2008
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