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Brick (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /b-rick/ Plural: Bricks What does Brick mean? A pound or kilogram of drugs. Usually in the shape of a brick. Brick Synonyms: Stash, Pack, Gram, Ounce, Quarter Example sentence: “I got a brick of cocaine at my house.” Brick in songs: “Had me feelin’ like that dope boy when […]

Brick city

Brick city (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /brik-sit-e/ Also spelled or known as: The brick city, Brick-city What does Brick city mean? Newark, New Jersey. Example sentence: “I landed in brick city then went to New York.” Brick city in songs: “In funerals, criminals turned aroused to Brick City Nobody come off like P. Diddy” […]


Bricks (slang) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /br-icks/ Singular: Brick What does Bricks mean? Kilograms of cocaine. Bricks Synonyms: Keys, Ki’s Example sentence: “Pablo Escobar was movin’ mad bricks back in the day.” Bricks in songs: “Bricks by the boat, overload” – Offset, Versace (Remix). “I was sendin’ bricks to Harlem back when Jay was still […]


Bridge (music) Type: noun, slang Pronunciation: /br-idge/ Also known as: The Bridge Plural: Bridges What does Bridge mean? 1. A section that connects two parts of a song. A bright can also be used to combat repetitiveness. Bridge Synonyms: Hook, Chorus 2. Queensbridge, N.Y. Bridge Synonyms: QB Example sentence: “I’m going to put that line […]


Brix Type: noun, slang, UK Pronunciation: /brixx/ Also spelled or known as: The Brix What does Brix mean? Brixton, a district in South London. Example sentence: “I can’t wait to come back to the Brix.” Brix in songs: “Like, ‘how that nigga snitch?’ Who am I kidding man, than nigga from the Brix” – 67, […]