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Translation of "smooth" - English-Spanish dictionary


adjective /smuːð/
having an even surface; not rough liso Her skin is as smooth as satin.
without lumps homogéneo Mix the ingredients to a smooth paste.
(of movement) without breaks, stops or jolts tranquilo, en calma Did you have a smooth flight from New York?
without problems or difficulties sin problemas/inconvenientes a smooth journey His progress towards promotion was smooth and rapid.
(too) agreeable and pleasant in manner etc zalamero, meloso I don’t trust those smooth salesmen.
smoothen verb
to make smooth alisar Use this cream to smoothen your hands.
smoothie verb
(informal) an attractive man with a confident manner who is good at persuading people, but is not sincere and cannot be trusted Zalamero He’s a real smoothie, especially with the ladies.
a thick drink made of fruit or fruit juice mixed with yoghurt, milk, or ice Granizado a banana/pineapple/strawberry smoothie.
smoothly adverb
suavemente The plane landed smoothly The meeting went very smoothly.
smoothness noun
lisura the smoothness of her skin.
(Definition of smooth from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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