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bricks and clicks

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noun
a combination of traditional business carried out on physical premises and internet trading
adjective bricks-and-clicks
combining traditional business carried out on physical premises and internet tradingbricks-and-clicks companies
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Word Origin for bricks and clicks

C20: from bricks and mortar and click, meaning an act of pressing and releasing a computer mouse button
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