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Date: 1800-1900
Language: French
Origin: cérébral, from Latin cerebrum; CEREBRUM

cerebral

adjective
     
Related topics: Human
cer‧e‧bral
1HBH [only before noun] medical relating to or affecting your brain:
a cerebral haemorrhage (=bleeding in the brain)
2 having or involving complicated ideas rather than strong emotions:
a cerebral film

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