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Translation of "brain" - English-Turkish dictionary

brain

noun
 
 
/breɪn/
ORGAN [C] A2 the organ inside your head that controls your thoughts, feelings, and movements
beyin
brain damage The brain and nervous system
PERSON [C] informal an extremely intelligent person
son derece zeki insan
[usually plural] This university attracts some of the best brains in the country.IntelligencePerceptive
brains intelligence
zekâ
He has brains and good looks.IntelligencePerceptive
have sth on the brain informal to think or talk about something all the time
kafasında/beyninde sürekli bir şeyler olmak, daima düşünmek, üzerinde konuşmak
You've got football on the brain!Continually thinking about
the brains behind sth informal the person who has planned and organized something successful
bir şeyin arkasındaki beyin, yapan kişi, güç
Anthony is the brains behind the project.IntelligencePerceptive
(Definition of brain from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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