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brains trust

n
1. a group of knowledgeable people who discuss topics in public or on radio or television
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) Also called: brain trust US a group of experts who advise the government
Translations

brains trust

n (= discussion)Podiumsdiskussion f; (= panel)Gruppe fvon Sachverständigen or Experten

brains trust

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SIR - How can Roger Lewis, full-time and full-paid [PS337,000] WRU CEO, head up a regional brains trust for an South East Wales city area, and manage to have a sound-bitten opinion on one and be silent on the other particularly when the other is littered with star players moving away and much unfinished business on Mr Lewis's desk: the Millennium Stadium's disgraceful pitch .
Readers of an impressively mature vintage (the Chateau Lafite 1945 of Echo-reading stalwarts, if you like) will recall with a kind of melancholy nostalgia a radio programme called The Brains Trust.
The boys of the Central YMCA held a sports Brains Trust with well-known amateur and professional sportsmen forming a panel.