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Translation of "smooth" - English-Turkish dictionary

smooth

adjective     /smuːð/
SURFACE
B1 having a regular surface that has no holes or lumps in it düz, düzgün, pürüzsüz soft, smooth skin a smooth wooden tableStraight, even and level
SUBSTANCE
A substance that is smooth has no lumps in it. kabarcıksız, topaksız Mix the butter and sugar together until smooth.Pleasant to eat or drink
MOVEMENT
happening without any sudden movements or changes rahat ve sarsıntısız The plane made a smooth landing.Straight, even and level
PROCESS
happening without problems or difficulties sakin, problemsiz, sorunsuz, olaysız Her job is to help students make a smooth transition from high school to college.Easiness and simplicity
PERSON
too polite and confident in a way that people do not trust kuşku yaratacak şekilde kibar/kendinden emin a smooth salesmanAffected and insincereConfidence and self-assuranceShowing arrogance and conceit
smoothness noun [U]
yumuşaklık, pürüzsüz olma
→  See also take the rough with the smooth
(Definition of smooth adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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