verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
adjective, smart·er, smart·est.
- (of a machine, system, etc.) equipped with electronic control mechanisms, software programs, etc., and capable of remote, automated, and seemingly intelligent operation:smart copiers;smart weapons;a smart thermostat.
- equipped with microprocessors, as for data processing, internet access, etc. (usually used in combination): a smartphone;a smartwatch.
SYNONYMS FOR smart
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Origin of smart
OTHER WORDS FROM smart
Example sentences from the Web for smart
They named Howe the smartest player, best passer and playmaker and best puck carrier.
But even the smartest policing by the most dedicated cops can only do so much in the absence of effective gun laws.
The comedian and filmmaker has been the smartest and funniest person in the room since he was in high school (maybe even earlier).The Stacks: The Inimitable Albert Brooks Caught at the Dawn of His Movie Career|Paul Slansky|April 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I was sure that in New York there resided the smartest people in the world, and I suppose I was half-right about that.
Of course, you do not need to be the smartest of Alecs to know that I should be doing this with all my sources.
Henrietta had been dressed in a clean slip and the smartest hair ribbon she owned.The Campfire Girls of Roselawn|Margaret Penrose
Horace Walpole characterized him in a series of his smartest antitheses as "a singular person whose life was one contradiction."
There are four or five chapels set apart for their improvement in Preston, and the smartest of these is in Fishergate.Our Churches and Chapels|Atticus
Real ladies, she urged timidly, did not wear their smartest clothes on such occasions.A Charming Fellow, Volume II (of 3)|Frances Eleanor Trollope
The smartest of smart tailor-mades was none too smart for her.From Place to Place|Irvin S. Cobb