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Meanings of Brainstorm:

noun

A moment in which one is suddenly unable to think clearly or act sensibly.

Usage examples:

We can only assume that someone simply had a brainstorm and left the important bits out
verb

Hold a group discussion to produce ideas.

Usage examples:

The group was observed brainstorming about their writing

Meanings of Brainstorm:

noun

A moment in which one is suddenly unable to think clearly or act sensibly.

Usage examples:

We can only assume that someone simply had a brainstorm and left the important bits out
verb

Hold a group discussion to produce ideas.

Usage examples:

The group was observed brainstorming about their writing

Meanings of Brainstormer:

noun

A person who experiences brainstorms; an insane, mercurial, or unstable person; an inspired or eccentric thinker, an intellectual. frequently depreciative.

Brainstorming

ˈbreɪnˌstɔː.mɪŋ

Meanings of Brainstorming:

noun

Group discussion to produce ideas or solve problems.

Usage examples:

Brainstorming can generate some wonderful ideas
verb

Hold a group discussion to produce ideas.

Usage examples:

The group was observed brainstorming about their writing

Brainstorms

ˈbreɪn.stɔːm

Meanings of Brainstorms:

noun

A moment in which one is suddenly unable to think clearly or act sensibly.

Usage examples:

We can only assume that someone simply had a brainstorm and left the important bits out
verb

Hold a group discussion to produce ideas.

Usage examples:

The group was observed brainstorming about their writing

Brainteaser

ˈbreɪnˌtiː.zər

Meanings of Brainteaser:

noun

A problem or puzzle, typically one designed to be solved for amusement.

Usage examples:

Heads poured over one-word-answer questions, brain-teasers, puzzles of reasoning and tests of gramm…

Brainteasers

ˈbreɪntiːzə

Meanings of Brainteasers:

noun

A problem or puzzle, typically one designed to be solved for amusement.

Usage examples:

Heads poured over one-word-answer questions, brain-teasers, puzzles of reasoning and tests of gramm…

Brainwash

ˈbreɪnwɒʃ

Meanings of Brainwash:

verb

Pressurize (someone) into adopting radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible means.

Usage examples:

People are brainwashed into believing family life is the best

Brainwashed

ˈbreɪn.wɒʃ

Meanings of Brainwashed:

verb

Pressurize (someone) into adopting radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible means.

Usage examples:

People are brainwashed into believing family life is the best

Brainwashes

ˈbreɪn.wɒʃ

Meanings of Brainwashes:

verb

Pressurize (someone) into adopting radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible means.

Usage examples:

People are brainwashed into believing family life is the best

Brainwashing

ˈbreɪn.wɒʃ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Brainwashing:

noun

The process of pressurizing someone into adopting radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible means.

Usage examples:

Victims of brainwashing
verb

Pressurize (someone) into adopting radically different beliefs by using systematic and often forcible means.

Usage examples:

People are brainwashed into believing family life is the best

Brainwave

ˈbreɪn.weɪv

Meanings of Brainwave:

noun

An electrical impulse in the brain.

Usage examples:

There were systematic changes in brainwaves with sleep

Brainwork

ˈbreɪnwəːk

Meanings of Brainwork:

noun

Mental activity; thought.

Usage examples:

Hockey is more objective, you have to be more tactical, there's more brainwork involved, it's not t…

Brainy

ˈbreɪni

Meanings of Brainy:

adjective

Having or showing intelligence.

Usage examples:

A brainy discussion

Braise

breɪz

Meanings of Braise:

verb

Fry (food) lightly and then stew it slowly in a closed container.

Usage examples:

I braised the beef and vegetables the day before

Braised

breɪz

Meanings of Braised:

adjective

(of food) fried lightly and then stewed slowly in a closed container.

Usage examples:

Braised veal
verb

Fry (food) lightly and then stew it slowly in a closed container.

Usage examples:

I braised the beef and vegetables the day before

Braises

breɪz

Meanings of Braises:

verb

Fry (food) lightly and then stew it slowly in a closed container.

Usage examples:

I braised the beef and vegetables the day before

Meanings of Braising:

verb

Fry (food) lightly and then stew it slowly in a closed container.

Usage examples:

I braised the beef and vegetables the day before

Brake

breɪk

Meanings of Brake:

noun

A device for slowing or stopping a moving vehicle, typically by applying pressure to the wheels.

Usage examples:

He slammed on his brakes
verb

Another term for brake van.

Braked

breɪk

Meanings of Braked:

verb

Make a moving vehicle slow down or stop by using a brake.

Usage examples:

She had to brake hard to avoid a milk float
noun

A device for slowing or stopping a moving vehicle, typically by applying pressure to the wheels.

Usage examples:

He slammed on his brakes

Brakeman

ˈbreɪkmən

Meanings of Brakeman:

noun

A railway worker responsible for a train's brakes or for other duties such as those of a guard.

Usage examples:

Also british

Meanings of Brakemen:

noun

A railway worker responsible for a train's brakes or for other duties such as those of a guard.

Usage examples:

Also british

Brakes

breɪk

Meanings of Brakes:

noun

A device for slowing or stopping a moving vehicle, typically by applying pressure to the wheels.

Usage examples:

He slammed on his brakes
verb

Another term for brake van.

Brakesman

ˈbreɪkmən

Meanings of Brakesman:

noun

A railway worker responsible for a train's brakes or for other duties such as those of a guard.

Usage examples:

Also british

Brakesmen

ˈbreɪkmən

Meanings of Brakesmen:

noun

A railway worker responsible for a train's brakes or for other duties such as those of a guard.

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