Definition of brainchild in English:

brainchild

Syllabification: brain·child
Pronunciation: /ˈbrānˌCHīld
 
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noun (plural brainchildren)

informal
An idea or invention considered to be a particular person’s creation: the statue is the brainchild of a local landscape artist
More example sentences
  • However, as the idea is the brainchild of the council's new chairman, it is likely to receive the board's backing.
  • Creative Commons is the brainchild of cyberlaw and intellectual property experts in the United States.
  • The idea was the brainchild of a Dutch company which is currently filming a documentary in Montserrat.

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