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bright spark

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noun

British informal, often ironic
A clever or witty person: some bright spark in the agency came up with the idea of rippling silk with a cut in it
More example sentences
  • What a pity the bright sparks who made Kind Hearts and Coronets are all dead!
  • There are many bright sparks out there, and l trust they are not put off by your ramblings.
  • Also this week, some bright sparks in the auto industry suggested it would be useful to network our cars.

Origin

From spark2.

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