brawnbrawn | meaning of brawn in Collins Dictionariesbrawn meaning, definition, what is brawn: strong well-developed muscles: Learn more.strong well-developed musclesWhat does brawn mean and how do you use brawn in a sentence?[URL]/brawn
C14: from Old French braon slice of meat, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German brāto, Old English brǣd flesh
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1. uncount nounBrawn is physical strength. ⇒ He's got plenty of brains as well as brawn.2. uncount nounBrawn is a kind of food made from pieces of pork and jelly pressed together so that it is solid and can be sliced. [British]
Example sentences containing 'brawn'
Breaking through a wall so that the hole fit the window required both brawn and brains.Barbara Delinsky TOGETHER ALONE