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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
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Translations

brains trust

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

ntrust m inv dei cervelli
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These hubs will serve as "brain trusts" that will conceive, plan, and support regional and national Big Data partnerships and activities.
The Peoria powerhouse merely shrugged off what analysts at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York and other brain trusts had identified as the direst economic-competitive threat to American industry in over a decade.