brainstorming

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brainstorming

[′brān ‚stȯrm·iŋ]
(industrial engineering)
A procedure used to find a solution for a problem by collecting all the ideas, without regard for feasibility, which occur from a group of people meeting together.
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Employers in the UK now ask staff to take "thought showers" instead because "brainstorm" might be offensive to people with epilepsy.
Of the council's favoured term "thought shower" he said: "It's quite funny to be honest, but I don't think it will catch on."
Thought shower (11%) - a meeting to share ideas, often without considering practical limitations; 7.