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smart /smɑ:t/
  • danh từ
    • sự đau đớn, sự nhức nhối; nỗi đau khổ
    • nội động từ
      • đau đớn, nhức nhối, đau khổ
        • finger smart: ngón tay đau nhức
        • smoke makes eyes smart: khói làm nhức mắt
      • to smart for
        • bị trừng phạt vì, chịu những hậu quả của
    • tính từ
      • mạnh, ác liệt; mau lẹ, nhanh
        • to have a smart skirmish: có một cuộc chạm trán ác liệt
        • to go off at a smart pace: bước đi nhanh
        • to have a smart box on the ear: bị một cái bạt tai nên thân, bị một cái tát điếng người
      • khéo léo, khôn khéo
        • a smart talker: người nói chuyện khéo
        • a smart invention: phát minh tài tình
      • nhanh trí; tinh ranh, láu
        • a smart officer: sĩ quan nhanh trí
        • smart dealing: lối chơi láu cá
      • đẹp sang, thanh nhã, lịch sự
        • to look quite smart: trông thật là sang trọng
        • smart clothes: quần áo lịch sự
      • diện, bảnh bao, duyên dáng
        • smart people: dân ăn diện
        • the smart set: giới ăn chơi
    Concise Dictionary
    smarts|smarted|smarting|smarter|smartestsmɑrt /smɑːt
    noun
    +a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore
    verb
    +be the source of pain
    adj.
    +showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness
    +elegant and stylish
    +characterized by quickness and ease in learning
    +improperly forward or bold
    +painfully severe
    +quick and brisk
    +capable of independent and apparently intelligent action

    Thesaurus Dictionary
    adj.
    1 intelligent, clever, bright, brilliant, quick-witted, sharp, acute, astute, capable, adept, apt, quick, ingenious:
    Emily is one of the smartest children in the class.
    2 canny, perspicacious, perceptive, percipient, discerning, knowledgeable, au fait, well-educated, well-read, erudite, learned, well-versed, aware, shrewd, streetwise, Slang hip, tuned in, US savvy:
    Brendan is smart enough to avoid trouble.
    3 elegant, chic, fashionable, stylish, modish, à la mode, well-groomed, trim, neat, dapper, spruce, soigné (soignée), Colloq snappy, natty:
    You must admit that both Della and Paul are smart dressers.
    4 pert, pointed, saucy, witty, nimble-witted, poignant, trenchant, effective:
    I wish he would stop making smart remarks when I am trying to explain something
    5 brisk, vigorous, animated, active, energetic, spirited, lively; quick, alert, jaunty, perky, breezy:
    The enemy launched a smart counter-attack at dawn. He set off down the road at a smart pace
    6 quick, swift, stiff, smarting, stinging, sharp, severe:
    The mugger gave him a smart blow on the back of the neck.
    v.
    7 sting, hurt, pinch, pain, ache, tingle, prickle, burn, throb, stab, pierce:
    The antiseptic may smart a bit when it is put on the cut. The smoky atmosphere made her eyes smart.
    n.
    8 injury, harm, pain, pang, twinge, affliction, suffering, smarting:
    For years he silently endured the smart of his colleagues' ridicule.
    Advanced English Dictionary
    adjective, verb
    + adjective (smarter, smartest)
    clean / neat
    1 (especially BrE) (of people) looking clean and neat; well dressed in fashionable and/or formal clothes: You look very smart in that suit. + I have to be smart for work.
    2 (especially BrE) (of clothes, etc.) clean, neat and looking new and attractive: They were wearing their smartest clothes. + a smart car
    intelligent
    3 (especially AmE) intelligent: She's smarter than her brother. + That was a smart career move. + OK, I admit it was not the smartest thing I ever did (= it was a stupid thing to do). + The smart money is on Liam Neeson for best actor (= smart people are betting on him).
    fashionable
    4 (especially BrE) connected with fashionable rich people: smart hotels / restaurants + She mixes with the smart set.
    quick
    5 (of a movement, etc.) quick and usually done with force: He was struck with a smart crack on the head. + We set off at a smart pace.
    weapon / bomb
    6 a very accurate weapon/bomb that is controlled by computers
    smartly adverb (especially BrE): smartly dressed + He ran off pretty smartly (= quickly and suddenly).
    smartness noun [U]
    + verb [V]
    1 ~ (from sth) to feel a sharp stinging pain in a part of your body: His eyes were smarting from the smoke. + The wound was beginning to smart a little. + I rubbed my smarting eyes.
    2 ~ (from / over sth) to feel upset about a criticism, failure, etc: They are still smarting from the 40 defeat last week. + He is still smarting over his humiliation in the election.

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