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smoothienoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈsmuː.ði/

smoothie noun [C] (DRINK)

a thick, cold drink made from fruit, ice, and often yogurt or ice cream, mixed together until smooth

smoothie noun [C] (NOT SINCERE)

disapproving a man who is very polite, confident, and able to persuade people, but in a way that is not sincere: He's such a smoothie - I just assumed he worked in sales.
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