brick-and-mortar


brick–and–mortar

adjective

Definition of BRICK-AND-MORTAR

:  relating to or being a traditional business serving customers in a building as contrasted to an online business <a brick–and–mortar store>

Variants of BRICK-AND-MORTAR

brick–and–mortar or bricks–and–mortar

First Known Use of BRICK-AND-MORTAR

1988

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