Kilogram of any drug, normally cocaine
I smuggled 4 bricks strapped to the bottom of my escalade.
von Beezle 1. April 2003
The combination of two words "bro" and "chick", used to desribe a female who has all the attributes of a good-looking girl but is still down to hang out with a bunch of guys. She fits well into all-guy groups and knows how to have a good time.

bricks are ideal when introducing females into a friend group of tight-knit males also known as "bros"
"Man, matt's girlfriend is such a brick, she can hold her own when it comes to beer pong"
von DrSteveBrule 24. August 2009
really cold or freezing weather outside
Yo Shaney its fuckin BRICK out here.. lets go inside hoe.
von Shaney Fawn 16. Dezember 2008
A horribly missed shot with a reasonably sized ball. However, the word itself can be used as a psych out to cause a 'brick'.
Ex1) *Carl shoots water polo ball and missed by 3 feet*
Greg: Nice brick! What are you building, the Great Wall of China?

Ex2) Crowd: Brick! Brick! Brick!
Balla: Gaahhhh! *Air ball*
von benormous 24. April 2006
Cemented cocaine in the shape of a brick, hollowed & filled with marijuana.

Traditionally from the the Mediterranean and middle east, they were used to get their contents through customs.

More recently, a sex toy is inserted as a distraction, and it is wrapped in lesbian porn.
Person 1: How can I get this cocaine into Britain without stuffing it up my arse?

Person 2: How about making a brick? I hear they work every time!
von MrMalta 26. Juni 2011
a slang word derived from prison meaning the world outside of a jail or prison.
I'll be released in a few, I'm so happy, I can't wait to be in the bricks
von ThE K@niLeKinG 27. Januar 2011
5 bundles (usually 50 bags) of heroin.
"if we put our money together we can get a couple bricks of dope."
von J Miahh 18. April 2007

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