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brain-dead

adjective uk   /ˈbreɪn.ded/ us  
If someone is brain-dead, they have serious and permanent damage to their brain, and need machines in order to stay alive. humorous If someone is brain-dead, their mind is not working effectively, usually because they are very tired or very bored: By the time I leave work I'm completely brain-dead.
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