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brain trust

noun [C] uk   US ( UK brains trust) us  
a group of people who advise a leader: The candidate's brain trust is gathering this weekend to plan strategy for the primary election.
Translations of “brain trust”
in Chinese (Traditional) 智囊團, 顧問團, 諮詢團…
in Chinese (Simplified) 智囊团, 顾问团, 咨询团…
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