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Translation of "smart" - English-Spanish dictionary

smart

adjective   /smɑːt/
B1 intelligent listo Rachel is one of the smartest kids in the class.
B1 UK If you look smart or your clothes are smart, you look clean and tidy. arreglado I need to look smart for my interview.
mainly UK fashionable and expensive elegante a smart new restaurant
smartly adverb /smɑːt·li/
con elegancia
(Definition of smart from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

smart

adjective /smaːt/
neat and well-dressed; fashionable elegante You’re looking very smart today a smart suit.
clever and quick in thought and action listo, despierto We need a smart boy to help in the shop I don’t trust some of those smart salesmen.
brisk; sharp rápido, brusco She gave him a smart slap on the cheek.
smarten verb ( often with up)
to make or become smarter arreglar(se) He has smartened up a lot in appearance lately.
smartly adverb
elegantemente The soldiers stood smartly to attention She is always smartly dressed.
smartness noun
elegancia the smartness of her clothes.
smart bomb noun
a bomb that is designed to locate the target and hit it accurately. bomba inteligente
smart card noun
an advanced version of a credit card, with a computer memory, which can be used for such purposes as paying money and identification. targeta inteligente
(Definition of smart from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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