bricklayer


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brick·lay·er

 (brĭk′lā′ər)
n.
One who builds with bricks.

brick′lay′ing n.

bricklayer

(ˈbrɪkˌleɪə)
n
(Professions) a person trained or skilled in laying bricks
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bricklayer - a craftsman skilled in building with bricksbricklayer - a craftsman skilled in building with bricks
artisan, journeyman, artificer, craftsman - a skilled worker who practices some trade or handicraft
Translations
بنَّاء آجُرّيّبنّـاء بالطوب
zedník
murer
muurari
zidar
múrari, múrhleîslumaîur
煉瓦職人
벽돌공
murare
ช่างปูน
thợ nề

bricklayer

[ˈbrɪkˌleɪəʳ] Nalbañil mf

bricklayer

[ˈbrɪkleɪər] nmaçon m

bricklayer

[ˈbrɪkˌle/ɛ7əʳ] nmuratore m

brick

(brik) noun
(a block of) baked clay used for building. a pile of bricks; (also adjective) a brick wall.
ˈbrickbat noun
an insult. They hurled brickbats at the politician throughout his speech.
ˈbricklayer noun
a person who builds (houses etc) with bricks.

bricklayer

بنَّاء آجُرّيّ zedník murer Maurer χτίστης τούβλων albañil muurari maçon zidar muratore 煉瓦職人 벽돌공 metselaar murer murarz pedreiro каменщик murare ช่างปูน duvarcı thợ nề 砖匠
References in classic literature ?
"Then send for the bricklayer and have it seen to," said his master.
A Bricklayer earnestly recommended bricks as affording the best material for an effective resistance.
A few minutes after, a Bricklayer passed by, carrying a pail full of plaster on his shoulder.
When Ben was about two years old his mother married again, and this second husband was a bricklayer. Ben, however, tells us that his own father was a gentleman, belonging to a good old Scottish Border family, and that he had lost all his estates in the reign of Queen Mary.
If she had been the wife of a bricklayer, she is the sort of woman who would have been kept in perfect order by a vigorous and regular application of her husband's fist.
Our mothers could neither of them exactly ascertain who were our Father, though it is generally beleived that Philander, is the son of one Philip Jones a Bricklayer and that my Father was one Gregory Staves a Staymaker of Edinburgh.
"I'm my own contractor, my own carpenter, and my own bricklayer, and I shall be sixty-seven come Michaelmas," he added, by no means irrelevantly.
More than once, too, he came officially into contact with the Regimental colours, which looked like the lining of a bricklayer's hat on the end of a chewed stick.
"Build a house round her," they cried, and at once everybody perceived that this was the thing to do; in a moment a hundred fairy sawyers were among the branches, architects were running round Maimie, measuring her; a bricklayer's yard sprang up at her feet, seventy-five masons rushed up with the foundation stone and the Queen laid it, overseers were appointed to keep the boys off, scaffoldings were run up, the whole place rang with hammers and chisels and turning lathes, and by this time the roof was on and the glaziers were putting in the windows.
Tom is only a bricklayer, but he's real good- tempered.
As I looked out of the coach window, and observed that an old house on Fish-street Hill, which had stood untouched by painter, carpenter, or bricklayer, for a century, had been pulled down in my absence; and that a neighbouring street, of time-honoured insalubrity and inconvenience, was being drained and widened; I half expected to find St.
What if it is the Bricklayers? I'll have gentlemen friends there, and so'll you.