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brainstorm

US [ˈbreɪnˌstɔrm]
UK [ˈbreɪnˌstɔː(r)m]
  • n.脑猝变(突然神志不清)
  • Web头脑风暴;脑力激荡;集思广益
Plural Form:brainstorms  Present Participle:brainstorming  Past Tense:brainstormed  
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脑猝变(突然神志不清)a sudden inability to think clearly which causes unusual behaviour
She had a brainstorm in the exam and didn't answer a single question.
她考试时脑子里突然一片混乱,一个题也没答。

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