cinder block

cinder block
[[t]sɪ̱ndə(r) blɒk[/t]]
cinder blocks
N-COUNT: oft N n
A cinder block is a large grey brick made from coal cinders and cement which is used for building. [AM]
(in BRIT, use breeze-block)

English dictionary. 2008.

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  • cinder block — noun Date: 1926 a hollow rectangular building block made of cement and coal cinders …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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