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smooth

adjective (NOT INTERRUPTED)    /smuːð/
C2 happening without any sudden changes, interruption, or difficulty: We had a very smooth flight with no turbulence at all. The car's improved suspension gives a much smoother ride than earlier models. An efficient transport system is vital to the smooth running of a country's economy.Continuous and permanentEfficient and effective smoothness     /ˈsmuːð.nəs/ noun [U] The wine possesses a smoothness and balanced depth that is rare. I just love the smoothness of silk.Straight, even and levelPleasant to eat or drinkWines and winemakingContinuous and permanent
(Definition of smooth adjective (NOT INTERRUPTED) from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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