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There were some very smooth back moves. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The lower limit is the point at which the surface appears smooth. Collins Complete Guide to Photography (1993)Neither has found these arrangements smooth or comfortable. Times, Sunday Times (2016)This will keep hair smooth and sleek. The Sun (2010)Your skin looked smooth with a healthy sheen. The Sun (2013)You take the rough with the smooth. The Sun (2008)Use a blender wand to purée till smooth and thick. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Whisk the eggs with the cream until smooth and season with salt and pepper. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The serum is very smooth and silky to apply and my skin feels very soft to touch. The Sun (2009)Slip the cloves from their skins and mash with a little milk to make a smooth paste. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Carefully lift the jelly mould straight upwards to ensure smooth sides. The Sun (2015)Smooth it flat with a palette knife and cover the top with the remaining cucumber. The Sun (2015)Use a spatula to smooth all the mixture from around the sides of the bowl. The Sun (2013)Pour the mixture into the lined tin and smooth with a palette knife. The Sun (2014)Whisk the flour and honey with sufficient milk to make a smooth paste. The Natural Beauty Book - cruelty-free cosmetics to make at home (1991)The ride is smooth and the massage seats are welcome after a rally stage. The Sun (2011)It was the difference between a smooth transition to independence and a disastrous one. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Your pores should appear minimised and your face will feel smooth. The Sun (2016)Put all and blitz until a smooth consistency. The Sun (2015)The act of convincing yourself becomes such a smooth process that it becomes completely believable to others. Why Am I Afraid to be Assertive? (1994)The skin was made softer and smoother but no weight loss was noticeable. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Then smooth it back into a mini ponytail. The Sun (2015)Spoon on top of syrup and smooth surface. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Smooth away the rough edges too much and we could lose the player who has many more victories ahead of him. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Well, it was quiet, extremely smooth riding and quite fast. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'smooth'
British English: smooth /smuːð/ ADJECTIVE
A smooth surface has no roughness or holes.
Use a sheet of glass, plastic, or any smooth surface.
- American English: smooth
- Arabic: نَاعِم
- Brazilian Portuguese: liso
- Chinese: 光滑的
- Croatian: gladak
- Czech: hladký
- Danish: glat jævn
- Dutch: glad
- European Spanish: liso
- Finnish: tasainen
- French: lisse
- German: glatt
- Greek: λείος
- Italian: liscio
- Japanese: 滑らかな
- Korean: 매끄러운
- Norwegian: smidig
- Polish: gładki
- European Portuguese: liso
- Romanian: neted
- Russian: гладкий
- Spanish: liso
- Swedish: slät
- Thai: เรียบ
- Turkish: pürüzsüz
- Ukrainian: гладкий
- Vietnamese: nhẵn
British English: smooth VERB
If you smooth something, you move your hands over its surface to make it smooth and flat.
She stood up and smoothed down her frock.
Definition of smooth from the Collins English Dictionary
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