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pick somebody’s brains

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpick somebody’s brainspick somebody’s brainsASK FOR something/ASK somebody TO DO somethingto ask someone who knows a lot about something for information and advice about it Have you got a minute? I need to pick your brains. pick
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pick somebody’s brainsYou know all about tax law - can I pick your brains for a minute?The workshop is designed so that new managers can pick the brains of managers with more experience.
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