brick-and-mortar

[ brik-uhn-mawr-ter ]
/ ˈbrɪk ənˈmɔr tər /

adjective

pertaining to conventional stores, businesses, etc., having physical buildings and facilities, as opposed to internet or remote services.
made of bricks and mortar.

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Origin of brick-and-mortar

First recorded in 1860–65 for def. 2; def. 1 in 1985–90

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