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brain·less

 (brān′lĭs)
adj.
Unintelligent; stupid.

brain′less·ly adv.
brain′less·ness n.

brainless

(ˈbreɪnlɪs)
adj
stupid or foolish
ˈbrainlessly adv
ˈbrainlessness n

brain•less

(ˈbreɪn lɪs)

adj.
lacking intelligence or sense; stupid; foolish.
[1400–50]
brain′less•ly, adv.
brain′less•ness, n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.brainless - not using intelligence
unintelligent, stupid - lacking intelligence; "a dull job with lazy and unintelligent co-workers"

brainless

adjective stupid, simple, slow, thick, dull, foolish, dim, dense, dumb (informal), sluggish, senseless, mindless, idiotic, simple-minded, dozy (Brit. informal), inane, witless, dopey (informal), moronic, cretinous, unintelligent, half-witted, braindead (informal), dumb-ass (slang), doltish, dead from the neck up (informal), thickheaded, slow-witted I got treated as if I was a bit brainless.

brainless

adjective
Displaying a complete lack of forethought and good sense:
Translations
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brainless

[ˈbreɪnlɪs] ADJestúpido, tonto

brainless

[ˈbreɪnləs] adjstupidebrain power brainpower [ˈbreɪnpaʊər] n
(= intelligence) → intelligence f
[country, organization] → intelligence f

brainless

[ˈbreɪnlɪs] adjdeficiente, stupido/a

brain

(brein) noun
1. the centre of the nervous system. an injury to the brain; (also adjective) brain surgery; brain damage.
2. (often in plural) cleverness. a good brain; You've plenty of brains.
3. a clever person. He's one of the best brains in the country.
ˈbrainless adjective
stupid. a brainless idiot.
ˈbrainy adjective
clever. She's a brainy child.
ˈbrainchild noun
a favourite theory, invention etc thought up by a particular person. This entire process is Dr Smith's brainchild.
brain drain
the loss of experts to another country (usually in search of better salaries etc). As a result of the brain drain Britain does not have enough doctors.
ˈbrainwash verb
to force (a person) to confess etc by putting great (psychological) pressure on him. The terrorists brainwashed him into believing in their ideals.
ˈbrainwashing noun
ˈbrainwave noun
a sudden bright idea.

brainless

a. tonto-a, insensato-a.
References in classic literature ?
A few were hopeless imbeciles, unable to comprehend more than the rudimentary requirements of filling their bellies when food was placed before them; yet even these were endowed with superhuman strength; and when aroused battled the more fiercely for the very reason of their brainlessness. Others, like Number Twelve, were of a higher order of intelligence.
It's just a display of official brainlessness and unfounded desperation.
A Crummy, Cumbernauld I WISH the morons out there who like smashing glass bottles on streets would attend a vet's surgery to see the suffering their brainlessness causes when animals walk on the fragments.
GORDON STRACHAN last night waded into the row over the tossers who are shaming Scottish football and warned old pal Neil Lennon not to confuse bigoted behaviour with brainlessness.
The utter brainlessness of selling our most gifted player when so much is still at stake and with the club holding all the cards points towards FSG's favoured model of buying low and selling high.
But they visibly engaged the infamous Gestapo like Al-Badr and Al-Shams forces on December 14, 1971, just two days ahead of the final victory, to carry out a systematic campaign to murder the most regarded academics and professionals like doctors, engineers and journalists visibly to expose the newborn nation to a state of brainlessness. The then Bangladesh government and victorious freedom fighters, however, came to know about their last brutal massacre only after the December 16, 1971 surrender by the Pakistani troops when their top accomplices mostly belonging to Jamaat-e-Islami and its student wing went into hiding to resurface years later.
Lee Cattermole will have to take criticism, but for the brainlessness which made an already uphill task at the home of a side on a six-match winning streak even steeper.
Lee Cattermolewill have to take criticism, but for the brainlessness which made an already uphill task at the home of a side on a six-match winning streak even steeper.
People died on account of that judicial brainlessness. Those judges should have been dismissed already and stopped from inflicting their unfathomable mediocrity on the entire judiciary.
Luisinho was subbed at half-time for his brainlessness, and when Barca got a second that appeared to be that.
But the fate of Lancaster, a decent man, has been entwined with the brainlessness of players whose decision-making and composure was exposed against Wales and Australia, even if their commitment to the cause can never be doubted.
But is such brainlessness confined to Huddersfield?