brick-built

brick-built

adj
(Building) made of bricks
Translations

brick-built

[ˈbrɪkˌbɪlt] ADJconstruido de ladrillos

brick-built

[ˈbrɪkˌbɪlt] adjdi mattoni
References in classic literature ?
The brick-built cottage with a low roof that projected several feet was a charming detail in the landscape.
From an isolated phenomenon in a barge it became a permanent institution with brick-built kennels ashore, and an influence social, political, and administrative, co-terminous with the boundaries of the province.
With eight tough Warriorbots to choose from, all featuring unique characteristics and a variety of brick-built weaponry set to cause mayhem, youngsters will be able to put their chosen warrior to the test in a fight for supremacy.
Megabot arena - An adrenalinfilled treat that allows visitors to take control of brick-built robots and battle it out for victory.
Further benefits include UPVC double glazing, gas central heating and a brick-built conservatory.
Tuebrook House, built in 1615, was probably the first brick-built house in West Derby Road.
The brick-built building is on a corner plot on the junction of a busy road on the edge of Darlington town centre.
The temple includes a prayer room for Buddhist monks, an octagonal stupa and brick-built drains.
Clwydian House, believed to be one of the earliest brick-built houses in north Wales, will become a studio and gallery for Sarah Carvell, a well-known local artist.
According to a report in The Daily Star, two pieces of northern black polished ware (NBPW) and some other artefacts, including ancient brick-built structures, have been found at the site.
Due for final completion by mid-2009, the 64,000 sq ft development comprises three brick-built farm buildings dating back to the 18th Century and five more modern agricultural farm buildings.
They were called to Centenary Court, Beddau, just after 5am today, after a fire started in the brick-built shed.