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But the 19-year-old intends to take a more cerebral approach. The Sun (2017)Doctors said he suffered a cerebral haemorrhage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)There must be a more cerebral approach. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The approach is cerebral but always enlightening. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The other two out of ten strokes follow bleeding caused by a rupture of a cerebral blood vessel. Times, Sunday Times (2006)His casting had plainly been visual, rather than cerebral. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's played by very profoundly affected cerebral palsy sufferers. The Sun (2012)They also become especially prone to damage and clot formation, leading to cerebral haemorrhage and stroke. Lower Your Blood Pressure in 4 Easy Stages (1989)He was a young beat sergeant, but died in his early thirties of a cerebral haemorrhage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Does a headache result from tiredness or a hangover, or does it stem from a brain haemorrhage or cerebral tumour? Times, Sunday Times (2007)A less cerebral company might have been tempted to build a whole show around the story of an innocent abroad. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Although they have met only twice, aides say that they get on well and exhibit a similarly cerebral approach to politics. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The cerebral palsy sufferer pulled the stunt over five years at restaurants across the UK. The Sun (2013)Footage of the eight-year-old cerebral palsy sufferer throwing aside his walking frame to end the race on his own two feet went viral last night. The Sun (2015)Other wisely used drugs are based on increasing the cerebral blood flow, but there is now good evidence that this flow is not impaired. The Residue Report - an action plan for safer food (1988)Curiously the languid long-term approach suits the cerebral Labour leader as well. Times, Sunday Times (2014)He had a gracious, cerebral, persuasive style of leadership. Christianity Today (2000)The latter, the most common form of stroke, is caused by a clot in a cerebral blood vessel. Times, Sunday Times (2007)More cerebral, less all-action hero? Times, Sunday Times (2010)I could not move my hand for fear of tearing the minute, fragile aneurysm off the middle cerebral artery and causing a catastrophic haemorrhage. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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British English: cerebral ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone or something as cerebral, you mean that they are intellectual rather than emotional.
…a cerebral novel.
Definition of cerebral from the Collins English Dictionary
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