brick

1) a cell phone that is too heavy or large to carry in a pant or shirt pocket.

I'm tired of carrying this brick all day.

2) Really cold.

I tried to wear a T-shirt today, but it was brick out and I had to get a sweatshirt

3) To fail terribly, or the failure itself.

I tried to cook chicken, but I bricked and burned the house down by accident.

I tried to cook chicken, but I burned the house down by accident; it was a real brick.

4) Tough, rough, and hard (Why it's good: All of a bricks characteristics fit the meaning.)

That trick was brick. I couldn't have pulled it off.

5) Used to describe someone who cancels pre-arranged plans without informing the other party. Their decision to cancel plans was either pre-meditated intent or total disregard for the other person/persons involved.

(1)-Phil Bambino threw a brick at me last night. (2)- I got bricked hard by Cavoli the other day.


Dictionary of american slang with examples. .

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