Definition of brainpower in English:

brainpower

Syllabification: brain·pow·er
Pronunciation: /ˈbrānˌpouər
 
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noun

  • Mental ability; intelligence.
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    • In the decades following the first universal robots, I expect a second generation with mammallike brainpower and cognitive ability.
    • The relationship between human brainpower and robotic intelligence is to form the basis of a lecture at Swindon's De Vere Hotel.
    • The team will be heading to the Cambrian Mountains in Wales in June for the four-day event, which will test their strength, stamina and brainpower.

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