a brick short of a load (or two sandwiches short of a picnic, etc.)

a brick short of a load (or two sandwiches short of a picnic, etc.)
informal
(of a person) stupid or crazy.
short

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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  • (a) brick short of a load sandwiches short of a picnic — a ˌbrick short of a ˈload, two ˌsandwiches short of a ˈpicnic, etc. idiom (informal) (of a person) stupid; not very intelligent Main entry: ↑shortidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • (a) brick short of a two sandwiches short of a picnic — a ˌbrick short of a ˈload, two ˌsandwiches short of a ˈpicnic, etc. idiom (informal) (of a person) stupid; not very intelligent Main entry: ↑shortidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • short — adjective 1》 of a small length or duration.     ↘(of a ball in sport) travelling only a small distance before bouncing. 2》 relatively small in extent. 3》 (of a person) small in height. 4》 (short of/on) not having enough of (something); lacking or …   English new terms dictionary

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