a combination of traditional business carried out on physical premises and internet trading
combining traditional business carried out on physical premises and internet trading: bricks-and-clicks companies


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  • Bricks–and–mortar

    pertaining to conventional stores, businesses, etc., having physical buildings and facilities, as opposed to Internet or remote services. made of bricks and mortar. noun a building or buildings: he invested in bricks and mortar rather than stocks and shares (as modifier): a bricks-and-mortar fortune a physical business premises rather than an internet presence (as modifier): […]

  • Bricks-shy-of-a-load

    Mentally impaired, either unintelligent or merely eccentric. For example, He may be handsome but he’s not too bright—a few bricks shy of a load. This term, transferring a light load to lightweight mental capacity, is usually preceded by either a few or a specific number such as two. [ ; 1960s ]

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    bricks, the

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    brickyard, the

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