brain trust

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Originally a group of academics who advised President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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brain trust (plural brain trusts)

  1. (chiefly US) Originally, a group of experts who advise a government, often informally.
  2. More recently, any group of experts assembled to give advice.

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