Definition of brickie in English:

brickie

noun

British
informal
  • A bricklayer.

    • ‘Having successfully relocated the bridge, there's no job too big for the nation's favourite brickies.’
    • ‘With Saudi Arabia's strict no alcohol regime, the writers didn't think it was a natural home for Britain's booze-loving brickies.’
    • ‘This is because a brickie becomes acclimatised to the sun's rays, whereas an office worker is more likely to sunburn.’
    • ‘I went to the farthest part of the site and joined a gang of brickies clearing up.’
    • ‘Many a visiting brickie has succumbed to a heart attack after viewing walling here.’

Pronunciation:

brickie

/ˈbrɪki/