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smart  
      adj  
1    astute, as in business; clever or bright  
2    quick, witty, and often impertinent in speech  
a smart talker     
3    fashionable; chic  
a smart hotel     
4    well-kept; neat  
5    causing a sharp stinging pain  
6    vigorous or brisk  
7    Dialect   considerable or numerous  
a smart price     
8    (of systems) operating as if by human intelligence by using automatic computer control  
9    (of a projectile or bomb) containing a device that allows it to be guided to its target  
      vb   mainly intr  
10    to feel, cause, or be the source of a sharp stinging physical pain or keen mental distress  
a nettle sting smarts, he smarted under their abuse     
11    often foll by: for   to suffer a harsh penalty  
      n  
12    a stinging pain or feeling  
      adv  
13    in a smart manner  
     (Old English smeortan; related to Old High German smerzan, Latin mordere to bite, Greek smerdnos terrible)  
  smartish      adj  
  smartly      adv  
  smartness      n  


Smart  
      n   Christopher. 1722--71, British poet, author of A Song to David (1763) and Jubilate Agno (written 1758--63, published 1939). He was confined (1756--63) for religious mania and died in a debtors' prison  
smart aleck  
      n   pl   , smart alecks  
Informal   an irritatingly oversmart person  
     (C19: from Aleck, Alec, short for Alexander)  
  smart-aleck, smart-alecky      adj  
smart card  
      n   a plastic card with integrated circuits used for storing and processing computer data,   (Also called)    laser card, intelligent card  
smart money  
      n  
1   
a    money bet or invested by experienced gamblers or investors, esp. with inside information  
b    the gamblers or investors themselves  
2    money paid in order to extricate oneself from an unpleasant situation or agreement, esp. from military service  
3    money paid by an employer to someone injured while working for him  
4      (U.S. law)   damages awarded to a plaintiff where the wrong was aggravated by fraud, malice, etc.  
smart set  
      n   functioning as sing or pl   fashionable sophisticated people considered as a group  
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Smart

  

      n   Christopher. 1722--71, British poet, author of A Song to David (1763) and Jubilate Agno (written 1758--63, published 1939). He was confined (1756--63) for religious mania and died in a debtors' prison  


smart  
      adj  
1    astute, as in business; clever or bright  
2    quick, witty, and often impertinent in speech  
a smart talker     
3    fashionable; chic  
a smart hotel     
4    well-kept; neat  
5    causing a sharp stinging pain  
6    vigorous or brisk  
7    Dialect   considerable or numerous  
a smart price     
8    (of systems) operating as if by human intelligence by using automatic computer control  
9    (of a projectile or bomb) containing a device that allows it to be guided to its target  
      vb   mainly intr  
10    to feel, cause, or be the source of a sharp stinging physical pain or keen mental distress  
a nettle sting smarts, he smarted under their abuse     
11    often foll by: for   to suffer a harsh penalty  
      n  
12    a stinging pain or feeling  
      adv  
13    in a smart manner  
     (Old English smeortan; related to Old High German smerzan, Latin mordere to bite, Greek smerdnos terrible)  
  smartish      adj  
  smartly      adv  
  smartness      n  
smart aleck  
      n   pl   , smart alecks  
Informal   an irritatingly oversmart person  
     (C19: from Aleck, Alec, short for Alexander)  
  smart-aleck, smart-alecky      adj  
smart card  
      n   a plastic card with integrated circuits used for storing and processing computer data,   (Also called)    laser card, intelligent card  
smart money  
      n  
1   
a    money bet or invested by experienced gamblers or investors, esp. with inside information  
b    the gamblers or investors themselves  
2    money paid in order to extricate oneself from an unpleasant situation or agreement, esp. from military service  
3    money paid by an employer to someone injured while working for him  
4      (U.S. law)   damages awarded to a plaintiff where the wrong was aggravated by fraud, malice, etc.  
smart set  
      n   functioning as sing or pl   fashionable sophisticated people considered as a group  

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smart

  
[1]  
      adj  
1    acute, adept, agile, apt, astute, bright, brisk, canny, clever, ingenious, intelligent, keen, nimble, quick, quick-witted, ready, sharp, shrewd  
2    as fresh as a daisy, chic, elegant, fashionable, fine, modish, natty     (informal)   neat, smart, snappy, spruce, stylish, trendy     (Brit. informal)   trim, well turned-out  
3    effective, impertinent, nimble-witted, pointed, ready, saucy, smart-alecky     (informal)   witty  
4    brisk, cracking     (informal)   jaunty, lively, quick, spanking, spirited, vigorous  
  
Antonyms     
  
1    daft     (informal)   dense, dim-witted     (informal)   dull, dumb     (informal)   foolish, idiotic, moronic, slow, stupid, thick, unintelligent  
2    dowdy, dull, fogeyish, naff     (Brit. slang)   old-fashioned, outmoded, out-of-date, passé, scruffy, sloppy, uncool, unfashionable, untrendy     (Brit. informal)  
3    modest, polite, respectful, restrained, unobtrusive  

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smart   [2]  
1   
      vb   burn, hurt, pain, sting, throb, tingle  
2   
      adj   hard, keen, painful, piercing, resounding, sharp, stinging  
3   
      n   burning sensation, pain, pang, smarting, soreness, sting  

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