Definition of brainchild
: a product of one's creative effort
Examples of brainchild in a Sentence
The museum is the brainchild of a wealthy art collector.
the artificial language Esperanto was the brainchild of L. L. Zamenhof, a Polish oculist
Recent Examples of brainchild from the Web
The program, the Commander's Emergency Response Program, was the brainchild of the former commander in Iraq, Gen. David Petraeus.
The event is the brainchild of Jason Shin and Patrick Charles, two former Marines who spent the last year working to create an art experience that's accessible, family-friendly and appealing to a wide swath of people.
The new product is the brainchild of Vivobarefoot, which manufactures ultra-thin shoes, and Bloom, a company that uses algae to make flexible foams.
Tennibot is the brainchild of Haitham Eletrabi, who earned his doctorate in engineering and an MBA at Auburn University.
The permanent installation, which includes works from Sol LeWitt, Dan Graham, and Yayoi Kusama to Claudia Comte, Liam Gillick, and Carsten Höller, is the brainchild of Jean-Gabriel Mitterrand and his son, Edward, and spans 10 hectares of forest.
The company is the brainchild of Daniel Kurt and Parag Jagdale.
The series was the brainchild of University of Nebraska-Lincoln journalism professor Joe Starita and visiting professor Bill Frakes.
Milia has been an annual event since 1994, the brainchild of top executives at the Reed Midem Organization in Paris.
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BRAINCHILD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of brainchild for English Language Learners
: an idea, plan, or creation of one person
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