brickie

brickie

(ˈbrɪkɪ) or

bricky

n
(Professions) informal Brit a bricklayer
Translations

brickie

[ˈbrɪkɪ] N (Brit) → albañil mf, paleta mf (Sp)

brickie

[ˈbrɪki] n (British) (= bricklayer) → maçon m

brickie

n (Brit inf) → Maurer m
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Steve Watkin and Dale Davies secured Brickie a 2-0 win against Buckley Town in Saturday's semis, while Hawarden beat Mold Alex on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
The Brechin striker, who works as a brickie, can't wait to take on the champs in the Scottish Cup clash at Parkhead on January 20.
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IT started with a racial comment That provided the hypothetical cement The first brick was provided By a bigot who gave vent Aided by ill-informed comments By the usual unknown source The wall it slowly grew and grew Bricklayer, add another course As for the pointing and jointing That was easy to see Provided by a bent politician Who was guilty of chicanery Then there's the religious fanatic Who is blind in both eyes Who although sighted cannot see Brickie here's your wall ties Next we have the evil dictator His bible the gun and mortar Bricklayer you will never run short Here's your hypothetical pail of water The wall is almost finished now Put your trowel away and relax For the biggest prejudicial imposition Was the hated bedroom tax RAY SPOORS, Winlaton
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A bit like a dodgy brickie, you wonder how much G4S let things slide confident in the knowledge that their 'partner' had placed too much faith in them.
Deganwy brickie Roger Jones, 46, beat 400 rivals to represent Wales in the event in aid of wounded soldiers.