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118.
"Brick" is accepted in some communities as the inverse of "brill". It can be used alone, or as an adjective. Literally translates to "bad", "not very good", or similar negative descriptor, the severity being contextually dependent.
"Brick!"

"This is so brick; my boss wants me to work without loading on this public holiday."
by Hammond (but M'nd M'nd for short) October 08, 2004
 
1.
a pound or kilogram of any drug (item requires clarification from speaker as to the amount intended)
I get my dope straight off a brick. (implying said substance is pure, clean, and untampered with)
by The Butcher of Raleigh June 19, 2003
 
2.
1) (adj) Very cold.
2) (v) To punch.
3) (n) A quantity of cocaine.
by VAKI5 September 14, 2003
 
3.
As verb: to brick something. This is the action of rendering any small-medium size electronic device useless. This can happen whilst changing the firmware, soldering or any other process involving either hardware of software.
I bricked my mobile phone when I tried to install Linux on it.
by jules_v March 07, 2006
 
4.
a basketball shot that on hits the backboard and bounces off
*shoots the ball* eww ..brick..
by krees April 29, 2004
 
5.
Very cold. Like when somehting is cold and frozen itsz as hard as a brick.
Dam its madd brick outside.
by MiiZZ EXLCUSiiVE August 22, 2006
 
6.
all white bricks mean dope. off white brcks is heroin
aye bruh who u kno sell dem bricks?
by bay~be September 13, 2008
 
7.
a pound of the bess shit on the earth *weed*
yo i got a brick, MAN!
by Jen December 23, 2003