brain trust.
a panel of experts on radio or television, giving impromptu answers to selected questions from the listening audience.
a group of experts from various fields who serve as unofficial consultants on matters of policy and strategy.
a group of knowledgeable people who discuss topics in public or on radio or television
(US) Also called brain trust. a group of experts who advise the government

A group of experts who serve as unofficial but vital advisers. For example, Each town manager seemed to have his or her own brain trust, which of course changed with every election. This term, closely associated with President Franklin Roosevelt’s advisers on domestic and foreign policy in the early 1930s, was first recorded in 1910.


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