smooth verb translation to Russian: Cambridge Dictionary
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smooth

verb [T]
 
 
/smuːð/ ( also smooth down/out, etc)
to move your hands across something in order to make it flat
разглаживать, приглаживать
He straightened his tie and smoothed down his hair.Straight, even and level
Translations of “smooth”
in Arabic يُمضلأّس, يُنعّم…
in Korean 매끈하게 하다…
in Malaysian menggosokkan…
in French faire pénétrer en massant…
in Turkish eliyle düzlemek/düzeltmek, düzleştirmek…
in Italian lisciare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋪平, 撫平, (使)平整…
in Polish wygładzać…
in Vietnamese lau, chùi nhẹ nhàng…
in Spanish esparcir…
in Portuguese alisar…
in Thai ลูบไล้…
in German einmassieren…
in Catalan allisar…
in Japanese ~を平らにする…
in Indonesian menggosokkan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 铺平, 抚平, (使)平整…
(Definition of smooth verb from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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