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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2015
smart /smɑrt/USA pronunciation
v., -er, -est,adv., n.
v. [no object]
to be a cause of sharp, stinging pain:The cut on his arm still smarted.
to suffer sharply, as from wounded feelings:still smarting from the insults.
having or showing quick intelligence or ready mental capability:a smart student.[It + be + ~ + to + verb]It wasn't very smart of you to try to cheat.
shrewd or sharp, as a person in dealing with others:a smart campaigner.
clever or witty, as a speaker or speech.
neat or trim in appearance, as a person or garment; spruce:a very smart outfit.
sophisticated or fashionable:the smart crowd.
saucy; pert:Keep your smart remarks to yourself.
brisk or vigorous:to walk with smart steps.
sharply severe, as a blow; sharp or keen:a smart pain;
a smart slap on the arm.
[often before a noun] equipped with, using, or containing electronic control devices:smart bombs.
Computing[Computers.]intelligent (def. 3).intelligent
in a smart manner; smartly.
usually: a + ~] a sharp local pain.
used with a singular verb][Informal.]intelligence;
common sense:has a lot of smarts.
smart•ly, adv.: to dress smartly; She rapped smartly on the door.
smart•ness, n. [uncountable]
Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::
smart /smɑːt/ adj
vb (mainly intr)
- astute, as in business; clever or bright
- quick, witty, and often impertinent in speech: a smart talker
- fashionable; chic: a smart hotel
- well-kept; neat
- causing a sharp stinging pain
- vigorous or brisk
- (of systems) operating as if by human intelligence by using automatic computer control
- (of a projectile or bomb) containing a device that allows it to be guided to its target
- to feel, cause, or be the source of a sharp stinging physical pain or keen mental distress: a nettle sting smarts, he smarted under their abuse
- (often followed by for) to suffer a harsh penalty
- a stinging pain or feeling
Etymology: Old English smeortan; related to Old High German smerzan, Latin mordēre to bite, Greek smerdnos terribleˈsmartly adv ˈsmartness n
- in a smart manner
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