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  • 1 Smooth — (sm[=oo][th]), a. [Compar. {Smoother} (sm[=oo][th] [ e]r); superl. {Smoothest}.] [OE. smothe, smethe, AS. sm[=e][eth]e, sm[oe][eth]e, where [=e], [oe], come from an older [=o]; cf. LG. sm[ o]de, sm[ o]e, sm[ o]dig; of uncertain origin.] 1. Having …

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  • 2 smooth — [smo͞oth] adj. [ME smothe < OE smoth, for earlier smethe < Gmc * smanthi < IE * som , together < base * sem , together, SAME] 1. a) having an even or level surface; having no roughness or projections that can be seen or felt b) having …

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  • 3 Smooth — could mean many things, including:* Draught beer served with nitrogen. * Smooth (magazine) * Smooth function, a function that is infinitely differentiable, used in calculus and topology. * Smooth Island (disambiguation) * Smooth number, a number… …

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  • 4 Smooth — Smooth, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Smoothed} (sm[=oo]thd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Smoothing}.] [OE. smothen, smethen, AS. sm[=e][eth]ian; cf. LG. sm[ o]den. See {Smooth}, a.] To make smooth; to make even on the surface by any means; as, to smooth a board… …

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  • 5 Smooth — Pays d’origine France Genre musical Electro Soul (influences funk, soul, pop, 60 s et 70 s) Années d activité 2002 Aujourd hui Labels Wagram Site officiel …

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  • 6 Smooth — «Smooth» Sencillo de Santana y Rob Thomas del álbum Supernatural Publicación 29 de junio de 1999 Formato CD Grabación 1997 …

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  • 7 Smooth — Smooth, n. 1. The act of making smooth; a stroke which smooths. Thackeray. [1913 Webster] 2. That which is smooth; the smooth part of anything. The smooth of his neck. Gen. xxvii. 16. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 8 smooth — [adj1] level, unwrinkled; flowing bland, continuous, creamy, easy, effortless, equable, even, flat, fluent, fluid, flush, frictionless, gentle, glassy, glossy, hairless, horizontal, invariable, lustrous, mild, mirrorlike, monotonous, peaceful,… …

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  • 9 Smooth — Smooth, v. i. To flatter; to use blandishment. [1913 Webster] Because I can not flatter and speak fair, Smile in men s faces, smooth, deceive and cog. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 10 Smooth — Smooth, adv. Smoothly. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] Smooth runs the water where the brook is deep. Shak. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 11 Smooth R&B — is a subjective term that refers to the mellower subset of R B. *Smooth jazz a mellower type of jazz, similar to R B. *Slow jam a ballad commonly marketed as R B; sometimes has overlap with smooth jazz …

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  • 12 smooth — ► ADJECTIVE 1) having an even and regular surface; free from projections or indentations. 2) (of a liquid) having an even consistency; without lumps. 3) (of movement) without jerks. 4) without problems or difficulties. 5) charming in a suave or… …

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  • 13 smooth|en — «SMOO thuhn», transitive verb. to make smooth or smoother. –v.i. to become smooth or smoother …

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  • 14 smooth|y — «SMOO thee», noun, plural smooth|ies. = smoothie. (Cf. ↑smoothie) …

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  • 15 smooth — index allay, alleviate, deft, facile, facilitate, help, machiavellian, moderate (temper) …

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  • 16 Smooth —   [engl.] glätten …

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  • 17 smooth — smüth adj forming or being a colony with a flat shiny surface usu. made up of organisms that form no chains or filaments, show characteristic internal changes, and tend toward marked increase in capsule formation and virulence used of dissociated …

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  • 18 smooth — UK US /smuːð/ verb [T] ► in statistics, to change very high and very low numbers in a series in order to show the main direction of the series more clearly: »We ve smoothed these figures so that you can see the overall picture more easily …

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  • 19 smooth — adj 1 even, plane, plain, flat, *level, flush Analogous words: *sleek, slick, glossy Antonyms: rough Contrasted words: harsh, uneven, rugged, scabrous (see ROUGH) 2 effortless, *easy, light, simple, facile Analogous words: agreeable, * …

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  • 20 smooth|ie — «SMOO thee», noun. 1. Slang. a man who speaks or behaves in a polished manner, often insincerely, especially in trying to impress or court a woman. 2. a creamy drink made by blending fruit or juices and other ingredients …

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