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.
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With the Air, Apple has been smart about what’s included, as well as what’s missing.The new iPad Air is the best tablet for most people|Stan Horaczek|October 30, 2020|Popular Science
The company’s major products include power banks, charging accessories, and USB hubs, but they also produce smart home appliances for the Eufy brand, as well as earbuds such as the ones included in this article under the brand name Soundcore.
“To quote Will Shortz, a good puzzle always makes the solver feel smart,” Kwong said, referring to a renowned colleague.With playhouses dark, interactive theater online is lighting things up|Peter Marks|October 29, 2020|Washington Post
Governments are more likely to fund long-term, risky bets like clean energy, sustainable materials, or smart manufacturing—the kinds of technologies the world really needs right now.America’s technological leadership is at stake in this election|Gideon Lichfield|October 29, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Friedman’s approach to building a team certainly looks smart at the moment.The Dodgers Were The Best Team. And The Best Team Won.|Travis Sawchik|October 28, 2020|FiveThirtyEight