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Meaning & Definition of Smart in English

English

Smart

/smɑrt/

noun

1. A kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore

    synonym:
  • smart
  • ,
  • smarting
  • ,
  • smartness

verb

1. Be the source of pain

    synonym:
  • ache
  • ,
  • smart
  • ,
  • hurt

adjective

1. Showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness

    synonym:
  • smart

2. Elegant and stylish

  • "Chic elegance"
  • "A smart new dress"
  • "A suit of voguish cut"
    synonym:
  • chic
  • ,
  • smart
  • ,
  • voguish

3. Characterized by quickness and ease in learning

  • "Some children are brighter in one subject than another"
  • "Smart children talk earlier than the average"
    synonym:
  • bright
  • ,
  • smart

4. Improperly forward or bold

  • "Don't be fresh with me"
  • "Impertinent of a child to lecture a grownup"
  • "An impudent boy given to insulting strangers"
  • "Don't get wise with me!"
    synonym:
  • fresh
  • ,
  • impertinent
  • ,
  • impudent
  • ,
  • overbold
  • ,
  • smart
  • ,
  • saucy
  • ,
  • sassy
  • ,
  • wise

5. Painfully severe

  • "He gave the dog a smart blow"
    synonym:
  • smart

6. Quick and brisk

  • "I gave him a smart salute"
  • "We walked at a smart pace"
    synonym:
  • smart

7. Capable of independent and apparently intelligent action

  • "Smart weapons"
    synonym:
  • smart

Examples of using

Mary is outspoken and smart.
Cats are smart.
He's smart, cool and attractive.