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(Building) a light building brick made from the ashes of coal, coke, etc, bonded together by cement and used esp for walls that bear relatively small loads. Usual US names: cinder block or clinker block
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|Noun||1.||breeze block - a light concrete building block made with cinder aggregate; "cinder blocks are called breeze blocks in Britain"|
building block - a block of material used in construction work
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