brickie

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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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It's great news that 750 builders from brickies to carpenters will find work on the new Centre Parcs holiday village in Longford.
Will they programme the bionic brickies to whistle at young ladies passing by and display a builder's bum when they bend over?
Now Sajid Javid has signalled a move to build more homes with cheap foreign labour, which will be a major blow to Britain's brickies.
MARK WARBURTON referenced brickies and building sites after Rangers excavated their squad to lay new foundations for the season.
Such a shortage of Sparks, Brickies, Chippies, Plumbers.
We were working on the new HP Sauce factory in Aston, which was a huge job to us as brickies.
A ragtag bunch of posties and brickies given a shot at the big time?
Andrea Hogg TOP TREND: A team of brickies from South Tyneside has laid the foundations for a brighter future after scooping more than PS69,000 on the National Lottery.
They got a tobacco tin, put in a few coins, some tobacco and matches, along with a note stating: "Whoever finds this have a smoke on us brickies.
But it doesn't sit well with the hundreds of thousands of brickies, plasterers and electricians out there who may be wondering where their next meal is coming from when a bloke who has earned upwards of PS7million from his last contract alone is talking in those terms.
Recently Tyne Idols held the Brickies Banquet to mark the 30th anniversary of the Auf Wiedersehen Pet's first episode.
I have evidence of us paying brickies 20% more than six to nine months ago," Greg Fitzgerald, chief executive of Galliford Try, (http://www.