listen to the pronunciation of smart
Englisch - Türkisch

Köpeğin akıllı olduğunu düşünmüyor musun? - Don't you think the dog is smart?

O sahiden akıllı, değil mi? - She's really smart, isn't she?

{s} zeki

O, çok zeki bir çocuktur. - He is a very smart boy.

Tom tanıdığım en zeki adamdır. - Tom is the smartest man I know.

{s} açıkgöz
{s} kafası çalışan
{s} kurnaz
{f} acımak; acıtmak: My finger's smarting. Parmağım acıyor. That medicine smarts. O ilaç canımı acıtıyor
{f} (bir şeyin) acısını çekmek. i
{f} ağrımak
{s} uyanık
{s} şık

Şık saatler gittikçe daha popüler oluyor. - Smart watches are becoming more and more popular.

Mary'nin şık elbiseler giydiğini düşünüyor musun? - Do you think Mary wears smart clothes?

filinta gibi
çok bilmiş
{f} acımak

Tom gösterişli ve güzel bir ev yapmak istiyor. - Tom wants to build an ostentatious and smart house.

{f} sızla

Tom tatlı, akıllı ve yakışıklıdır. - Tom is sweet, smart, and handsome.

O akıllı, yakışıklı ve kibardır. - He's smart, handsome and polite.


Çok çabuk yaşlanıyor, çok geç akıllanıyoruz. - We're too soon old, too late smart.

{s} becerikli
{f} canı yanmak
{i} ağrı
(Askeri) özel sıhhiye yardımı cevap timi (special medical augmentation response team)
{s} önemli

Teorinin ne kadar güzel olduğu önemli değil, ne kadar akıllı olduğun önemli değil. Eğer o deneyle uymuyorsa, o yanlıştır. - It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong.

Ne kadar akıllı olduğun önemli değil. - It doesn't matter how smart you are.

{s} kuvvetli (bir şey)
{s} hızlı (bir şey)
{s} büyük

Tom'un yeni akıllı telefonu gerçekten büyük. Artık bir telefona bile benzemiyor. - Tom's new smartphone is really big. It doesn't even look like a phone anymore.

{s} yeni

Tom yeni bir akıllı telefon almak istiyor. - Tom wants to buy a new smartphone.

Yeni bir akıllı telefon istiyorum! - I want a new smartphone!

{s} arsızca ve zekâ dolu bir
{s} hoş

Mary'den daha akıllı ama Mary kadar hoş değil. - She's smarter than Mary, but she's not as pretty as Mary.

{s} güzel

Sanırım o yapmak için güzel şey. - I think it's the smart thing to do.

Bu yapılacak güzel bir şey. - It's the smart thing to do.

{s} canlı
(isim) ağrı
yaralanan asker veya işçilere tazminat olarak verilen para
{s} ukalâ

Tatoeba ukalalar için ilgi çekici bir oyun alanıdır. - Tatoeba is an interesting playing field for smartasses.

pişman olmak
{s} anasının gözü

Cümleler kelimelere içerik getirir. Cümlelerin kişilikleri vardır. Onlar komik, akıllı, aptal, anlayışlı, dokunaklı, incitici olabilirler. - Sentences bring context to the words. Sentences have personalities. They can be funny, smart, silly, insightful, touching, hurtful.

acı (söz)
akıllı görünen, zeki görünen
smart al·eck
çok bilmiş
smart alec
çok bilmiş
smart aleck
çok bilmiş
smart aleck
(deyim) bilgiçlik taslayan
smart aleck
(deyim) kendini beğenmiş
smart aleck
smart aleck
smart ass
(deyim) herşeyi bildiğini zanneden
smart ass
(Argo) bilmiş
smart bomb
akıllı bomba
smart cards
(Bilgisayar) akıllı kartlar
smart materials
akıllı malzemeler
smart structures
akıllı yapı
smart tag
(Bilgisayar) akıllı etiket
smart tags
(Bilgisayar) akıllı etiketler
smart aleck
ukala dümbeleği
smart card
hafızalı kart
smart card
akıllı kart
smart money
manevi tazminat
smart quote
akıllı tırnak
smart arse
Akıllı eşek
smart ass
Kendini akıllı ve bilgili sanan, bilgiçlik taşlayan kimse, ukala

(eşanlam) smart arse.

smart cookie
zeki insan
smart dresser
sık giyimli
smart fellow
akıllı adam
smart money
(Finans) Mânevî tazminat
smart mouth
akıllı ağız
smart phone
akıllı telefon
smart quotation mark
akıllı tırnak imi
smart screen filtresi
akıllı ekran filtresi
akıllı ağ
smart aleck
smart aleck
smart aleck
(deyim) kendini beğenmiş ukala kişi ,ukala dümbeleği
smart aleck
smart aleck
ukalâ dümbeleği
smart aleck
ukala, bilgiç; kendini bir şey zanneden kimse
smart alecky
smart alecky
sivri akıllı
smart answer
arsızca cevap
smart battery
Akıllı Pil
smart battery driver
Akıllı Pil Sürücüsü
smart credit cards
(Ticaret) hafızalı kredi kartları
smart dithering
(Bilgisayar) akıllı titreme
smart drive
(Bilgisayar) akıllı sürücü
smart gateway
Akıllı Ağ Geçidi
smart hand
akıllı el
smart home system
akıllı ev sistemi
smart media
smart media
smart media card
smart media kartı
smart puzzle
akıllı bulmaca
smart recovery
(Bilgisayar) akıllı kurtarma
smart tag file
(Bilgisayar) akıllı etiket dosyası
smart tag menu
(Bilgisayar) akıllı etiket menüsü

O, şık bir şekilde giyinmişti. - She's smartly dressed.

akıllıca uyanıkça zevkli etkili
smart ass
(deyim) ukala
smart ass
burnu havada
To be smart
akıllı olmak
a smart person
zeki biri
be smart
akıllı olmak
dressed especially in smart clothes
akıllı giysiler, özellikle giymiş
get smart
ukalalık yapmak
right smart
Sağ akıllı
street smart
sokak akıllı
very smart
çok akıllı
well dressed, smart in appearance
iyi, akıllı görünüm giymiş
diesel smart module
(Otomotiv) dizel akıllı modülü
disable smart quotes
Akıllı tırnakları devre dışı bırak
energy smart
enerji tasarruflu
i need a smart media card for this camera
bu kamera için smart media kartı arıyorum
play it smart
{k} akıllı olmak, akıllıca davranmak
eli yatkınlık
{i} zerâfet
{i} şiddet
vector smart map
(Askeri) vektör akıllı harita
Englisch - Englisch
Specific, Measurable, Ambitious (yet Achievable), Resource bound, Time bound, a mnemonic for goal-setting
Exhibiting intellectual knowledge, such as that found in books
Cleverly and/or sarcastically humorous in a way that may be rude and disrespectful. Cf: (verb) to smart off; (noun) smarty pants, wise guy, wiseacre, wise-ass; (adjective) cute

He became tired of his daughter's sarcasm and smart remarks.

Intense in feeling; painful. Used usually with the adverb intensifier right
Sudden and intense

There is a smart shower at 5 P.M., and in the midst of it a hummingbird is busy about the flowers in the garden, unmindful of it, though you would think that each big drop that struck him would be a serious accident.


a smart outfit.

Exhibiting social ability or cleverness

I always preferred the church, and I still do. But that was not smart enough for my family. They recommended the army. That was a great deal too smart for me.”.

To hurt or sting

He moved convulsively, and as he did so, said, I'll be quiet, Doctor. Tell them to take off the strait waistcoat. I have had a terrible dream, and it has left me so weak that I cannot move. What's wrong with my face? It feels all swollen, and it smarts dreadfully..

{n} an active person
{a} quick, active, brisk, witty, keen, sharp
{v} to feel quick pain
A DRIVE project aimed at developing an intelligent information carrier (such as Smart Card) for use in various transportation applications and to develop specifications for the most promising applications
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"
Quick, pungent, lively pain; a pricking local pain, as the pain from puncture by nettles
special medical augmentation response teams
Marked by acuteness or shrewdness; quick in suggestion or reply; vivacious; witty; as, a smart reply; a smart saying
If you are smarting from something such as criticism or failure, you feel upset about it. The Americans were still smarting from their defeat in the Vietnam War
be the source of pain
(noun) The opposite of a mark, and an equally controversial term A smart is a fan who views wrestling as much if not more from an inside perspective than from a regular fan's perspective A smart is likely to subscribe to one or more sheets and be familiar with all of the terms listed here With the emergence of the Internet, the number of fans who consider themselves smart has grown rapidly Because of this, promotions have gone after smart fans by running angles that appeal more to them For instance, if it is known to smarts that two wrestlers have a legit beef with each other outside of the ring, a promotion might start a program with these two wrestlers to appeal to the smarts
To feel a pungent pain of mind; to feel sharp pain or grief; to suffer; to feel the sting of evil
You can describe someone who is clever as smart. He thinks he's smarter than Sarah is Buying expensive furniture is not necessarily the smartest move to make. see also smartly, street smart
a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness
adj Characterized by sharp, quick thought; clever; sharp; quick; intelligent; bright
cleverly humorous, in a way that is rude and disrespectful however; wise guy
Smart bombs and weapons are guided by computers and lasers so that they hit their targets accurately
A wrestling fan who is well aware of the "behind the scenes" happenings in the world of wrestling
Self Management and Resistance Training
SMART (a Simple Modular Architecture Research Tool) allows the identification and annotation of genetically mobile domains and the analysis of domain architectures More than 500 domain families found in signalling, extracellular and chromatin-associated proteins are detectable These domains are extensively annotated with respect to phyletic distributions, functional class, tertiary structures and functionally important residues Each domain found in a non-redundant protein database as well as search parameters and taxonomic information are stored in a relational database system User interfaces to this database allow searches for proteins containing specific combinations of domains in defined taxa
showing mental alertness and calculation and resourcefulness
Self Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology A HDD diagnostic technology that monitors device performance and attempts to predict device failure SMART software on the HDD monitors the internal performance of motors, media, heads and electronics of the drive SMART software on the host monitors the overall reliability status of the drive
Small Firms Merit Award for Research and Technology: a scheme to support firms with up to 50 employees in highly innovative areas of technology
marked by smartness in dress and manners; "a dapper young man"; "a jaunty red hat"
A conman/circus term for someone who knows what's going on and doesn't react as a mark
Stands for "Self-Monitoring Analysis And Reporting Technology " It is a technology standard that is used for developing hard disk hardware and software The SMART technology basically monitors and analyzes hard drives (hence the name) It checks the health of your hard drive and makes sure there are no major problems The main purpose of SMART is to proactively keep your hard drive running smoothly and to prevent it from crashing
{s} intelligent; clever; impertinent; shrewd; energetic, lively; fashionable, stylish
Surface Movement and Route Tracking
A fellow who affects smartness, briskness, and vivacity; a dandy
implies some form of self contained programmed intelligence
elegant and stylish; "chic elegance"; "a smart new dress"; "a suit of voguish cut"
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, Timed
Accomplishing, or able to accomplish, results quickly; active; sharp; clever
Standard Modular Avionics Repair and Test
an experimental information retrieval system developed initially at Harvard University in the early 1960s and then continued through the 1990s at Cornell University, under the supervision of Gerard Salton
Vigorous; sharp; severe
Causing a smart; pungent; pricking; as, a smart stroke or taste
{i} sharp stinging pain
A smart place or event is connected with wealthy and fashionable people. smart London dinner parties. a smart residential district
If a part of your body or a wound smarts, you feel a sharp stinging pain in it. My eyes smarted from the smoke. = sting
Severe, pungent pain of mind; pungent grief; as, the smart of affliction
good-looking, as a smart outfit
characterized by quickness and ease in learning; "some children are brighter in one subject than another"; "smart children talk earlier than the average"
is a term applied to recent control hardware with such refinements as built-in diagnostics, easy calibration, and position deviation alerts (eg: valve) But the implied superior performance should not always be accepted unchallenged Eg
Specific Measurable Achievable Relevant Time-limited
Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Resourced & Timely
a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore
To cause a smart in
the smart money: see money
{f} cause a sharp stinging pain; hurt, feel a sharp stinging pain; feel distress or humiliation
Pretentious; showy; spruce; as, a smart gown
Snappy, seaman like [i e "Look Smart"]
To feel a lively, pungent local pain; said of some part of the body as the seat of irritation; as, my finger smarts; these wounds smart
Efficient; vigorous; brilliant
Smart money (see below)
Keen; severe; poignant; as, smart pain
Brisk; fresh; as, a smart breeze
Smart people and things are pleasantly neat and clean in appearance. He was smart and well groomed but not good looking I was dressed in a smart navy blue suit. smart new offices. + smartly smart·ly He dressed very smartly which was important in those days. a smartly-painted door. + smartness smart·ness The jumper strikes the perfect balance between comfort and smartness
Specific, Measurable, Ambitious (yet Achievable), Relevant, Time-related
smart alec
Alternative spelling of smart aleck
smart aleck
one who is given to obnoxious or insolent humor; wise guy
smart aleck
a well dressed person
smart aleck
one who is pretentious to cleverness or knowledge; a know-it-all
smart aleck
one who is obnoxiously self-assured; a show off
smart alecks
plural form of smart aleck
smart arse
One who is particularly flippant or insolent or tends to make snide remarks or jokes
smart ass
A person regarded with an obnoxiously determined advancement of one's own personality, wishes, or views
smart card
A plastic card that has information stored on a computer chip
smart cards
plural form of smart card
smart casual
informal yet smart enough for a particular situation
smart casual
such a style
smart chance
A substantial quantity of something
smart money
experienced, well-informed investors, gamblers etc considered as a group
smart money
the money invested or bet by such people; by extension, the opinions of such people

The smart money is on a half percent cut in the basic bank lending rates before the end of the week.

smart off
To show disrespect verbally

He smarts off to his teachers, his parents, everybody, always playing the wise guy.

That is characteristic of a smart aleck

smart-aleck remarks.

Having the quality of a smart-aleck; rude, disrespectful
Alternative spelling of smart ass
Money paid as a compensation to a person injured

The reader may remember that Mr Allworthy gave Tom Jones a little horse, as a kind of smart-money for the punishment which he imagined he had suffered innocently.

smart board
The SMART Board interactive whiteboard is a product of SMART Technologies. It is a large, touch-controlled screen that works with a projector and a computer. The projector throws the computer’s desktop image onto the interactive whiteboard, which acts as both a monitor and an input device. Users can write on the interactive whiteboard in digital ink or use a finger to control computer applications by pointing, clicking and dragging, just as with a desktop mouse. Buttons launch a popup keyboard and a right-mouse-click menu for more input options. The SMART Board interactive whiteboard is usually mounted on a wall or floor stand. It can be used in face-to-face or virtual settings. SMART introduced the first interactive whiteboard in 1991. SMART Board interactive whiteboards are used in education, business and government as an interactive presentation, communication and distance-collaboration tool
smart money
(Finans) Financial compensation for personal injury
smart alec
smart alec smart alecs in AM and sometimes in BRIT, use smart aleck disapproval If you describe someone as a smart alec, you dislike the fact that they think they are very clever and always have an answer for everything. a fortyish smart-alec TV reporter. someone who always says clever things or always has the right answer, in a way that is annoying (aleck from Aleck, Alec male name, from Alexander)
smart aleck
(Slang) wise guy, fool, one who thinks he knows everything, smartass
smart aleck
an upstart who makes conceited, sardonic, insolent comments
smart arse
The spellings smartarse in British English and smartass or smart-ass in American English are also used. disapproval If you describe someone as a smart arse or smartass, you dislike the fact that they think they are very clever and like to show everyone this. smartass comments. a smart alec smart-ass
smart as a whip
brainy: having or marked by unusual and impressive intelligence; "some men dislike brainy women"; "a brilliant mind"; "a brilliant solution to the problem"
smart ass
(Slang) person who displays his intelligence in a smug manner; person who points out other people's mistakes
smart blow
strong strike, forceful hit
smart bomb
a bomb that can be guided (by a laser beam or radio) to its target; "smart bombs have revolutionized aerial bombardment
smart bomb
guided missile
smart bomb
A bomb that can be guided by radio waves or a laser beam to its target. a bomb that is fired from an aircraft and uses a computer to hit a particular place. Bomb with a guidance system that directs its path toward a target. It is steered by fins or wings on the bomb that move in response to guidance commands. Guidance systems may be electro-optical, laser, infrared, or inertial. Electro-optical systems send pictures of the area so that the bomb can be guided onto the target. Laser-guided bombs follow the reflections of a laser beam trained onto the target by an aircraft or a spotter on the ground. Infrared guidance responds to radiation generated by warm areas of the target. Inertial navigation is based on inputting coordinates derived from radar systems or from Global Positioning System satellites into the bomb's gyroscopes. Smart bombs, initially used in the Vietnam War, offer far greater accuracy than traditional gravity, or "dumb," bombs
smart card
a plastic card containing a microprocessor that enables the holder to perform operations requiring data that is stored in the microprocessor; typically used to perform financial transactions
smart card
A payment card that electronically stores account information utilizing chip technology rather than a magnetic stripe
smart card
A plastic card containing a computer chip that holds large amounts of information, performs some processing and is tamper resistant Smart cards could create and store private signing keys or be used for other essential electronic commerce tasks
smart card
Smart cards have an embedded computer circuit that contains either a memory chip or a microprocessor chip There are several types of smart cards: Memory, Contact, Contactless, Hybrid (Twin), Combi (Dual Interface), Proximity and Vicinity
smart card
A plastic card resembling traditional credit or debit cards that contains a computer chip; the chip is capable of storing significantly more information than a magnetic stripe
smart card
"Plastic cards with an embedded integrated circuit chip containing memory and microprocessor "
smart card
A credit card-like device capable of storing and transferring information regarding the card's user to communications devices such as hand-held and car phones, notebook computers, and personal digital assistants This information could include how the user would like their phone calls handled, method of payment, and the user's personal number
smart card
manages and controls access to a smart card inserted into a smart card reader attached to the computer The smart card subsystem is based on personal computer/smart card (PC/SC) consortium standards and consists of the following components
smart card
A credit card-sized card with a microprocessor and memory (Back to top )
smart card
A card the size of a credit card, which holds a microprocessor that stores information
smart card
A small electronic device, approximately the size of a credit card, that contains an embedded integrated circuit Used for such tasks as storing medical records, storing digital cash, and generating network IDs
smart card
A portable, updatable card that can be used to store personal identification, medical history and insurance information Because it has its own microprocessing chip, a smart card can store thousands more bits of information than a magnetic stripe card, although it requires a special card-reading device
smart card
An electronic information carrier system that uses plastic cards, about the size of a credit card, with an imbedded integrated circuit that stores and processes information
smart card
Smart cards, sometimes called chip cards, contain a computer chip embedded in the plastic Where a typical credit card's magnetic stripe can hold only a few dozen characters, smart cards are now available with 16K of memory When read by a special terminals, the cards can perform a number of functions or access data stored in the chip These cards can be used as cash cards or as credit cards with a preset credit limit, or used as ID cards with stored-in passwords While fairly common in Europe, the United States has been slower to embrace them -- Americans are happy with their ATMs and POS terminals, so merchants haven't seen the need to make the expensive switch to smart card terminals
smart card
A plastic card containing a computer chip with memory and CPU capabilities Such a card may be used for identification, to store information or financial amounts, or other forms of data Also called an integrated circuit card or a chip card
smart card
A credit-type card that electronically stores account information in the card itself
smart card
magnetic card containing a mini-processor and memory (performs various computerized actions such as: credit card, electronic wallet, etc.)
smart card
An electronic device, similar in size to a credit card, that can store data and programs while enhancing security Applications include identification, mass transit, and banking
smart card
A credit card sized plastic card with an embedded microchip The chip can be "recharged" with funds The store of value on the card is debited as a transaction is made The card can also store other ID information such as, health care details and security information
smart card
a smart card is a plastic card the size of a credit card It contains a microchip that can be used to store data Smart cards have a number of uses and potential uses Amongst other things, they may be used to make payments or to store personal informati
smart card
A card, similar to a payment or credit card, that contains a computer chip and memory that can store a digital ID, account information, medical data and so on
smart card
A credit card with a built-in microprocessor and memory used for identification or financial transactions When inserted into a reader, it transfers data to and from a central computer It is more secure than a magnetic stripe card and can be programmed to self-destruct if the wrong password is entered too many times
smart card
A smart card is a plastic card which looks like a credit card and can store and process computer data. A plastic card containing a computer chip and enabling the holder to purchase goods and services, enter restricted areas, access medical, financial, or other records, or perform other operations requiring data stored on the chip. a small plastic card with an electronic part that records and remembers information
smart card
A plastic card containing a computer chip that can store electronic "money " Unlike a credit card, a smart card can only spend out the dollar amount its owner has already put into the card account It's similar in function to a prepaid calling card but is available for all purchases
smart card
Sometimes referred to as a chip card is a card containing an integrated circuit that gives it a limited amount of "intelligence" and memory Smart cards are being used in a variety of ways including identification and to encode information such as a persons medical history
smart card
A card, not much bigger than a credit card, that contains a computer chip and is used to store or process information
smart card
credit card type card which has an embedded computer chip that updates your account values with each use
smart card
-A device that is often the same size as a credit card but that is "smart" enough to hold its own data and applications and do its own processing Smart cards, which are popular in Europe but have never really taken off in the United States, can be used to store personal information, hold digital cash or prove identity They are often contrasted with "dumb" cards that have magnetic strips or barcodes and rely more heavily on networks
smart drink
drink that contains certain nutritive elements that are reputed to positively enhance brain functions
smart drink
Any of various nonalcoholic, usually fruit-based drinks typically containing vitamins and amino acids in a formula reputed to enhance mental functioning
smart drug
Smart drugs are drugs which some people think can improve your memory and intelligence. Any of a variety of substances, including certain vitamins, herbs, and prescription drugs, reputed to improve such mental functions as memory and alertness or to lessen or prevent damage to brain cells
smart few
very many (Slang)
smart money
people who are highly experienced or who have inside information; "the smart money said Truman would lose the election"
smart money
money bet or invested by experienced gamblers or investors (especially if they have inside information)
smart money
financial shrewdness
smart mouth
big mouth, wise guy, wisecracker
smart move
right decision, smart move
smart partnership
intelligent partnership, wise association
smart phone
A phone with a microprocessor, memory, screen and built-in modem The smart phone combines some of the capabilities of a PC in a handset device Most of the current models also include a Web browser (Back to top )
smart phone
Combination of a mobile phone and a PDA, smart phones allow users to converse as well as perform tasks, such as accessing the Internet wirelessly and storing contacts in databases Smart phones have a PDA-like screen As smart phone technology matures, some analysts expect these devices to prevail among wireless users
smart phone
cellular phone that includes tools and features like the Personal Digital Assistant (such as calendar, e-mail, organizer, etc.)
smart phone
a mobile telephone with numerous advanced features typically including the ability to handle data as well as voice
smart phone
A smart phone enables connections to the Internet or Lotus Notes network so that users can access e-mail, faxes, voice mail, Web pages, and other files It also has the potential to connect to a speech-recognition server by phone, which would allow a user to dictate notes or responses, and then see the recognized text as it is returned from the server
smart phone
A class of wireless phones typically used to describe handsets with many features and often a keyboard What makes the phone "smart" is its ability to handle data, not only voice calls
smart phone
Traditionally, the mobile phone has been exclusively a device for voice telephony, the paradigm being the PSTN fixed phone As GSM networks evolved to deliver new, mobile data driven, applications, users increasingly demanded new functionality on their mobile terminals to enable them to use these new services effectively Optimized for narrowband communications and offering limited display capabilities, traditional GSM phones were unable to satisfy these demands
smart phone
A cellular phone that can connect to the Internet for tasks like Web browsing and sending and receiving e-mail They typically include a personal digital assistant
smart shopping
buying something under the best possible conditions, buying efficiently
smart tag
user interface icons that dynamically recognize text in Microsoft XP applications and present users with actions based on that text
smart terminal
A terminal that has a microprocessor and therefore has some processing capabilities independent of the host computer
smart terminal
computer terminal with limited independent processing capability, terminal comprised of a monitor keyboard and a small processor that connects to a server or mainframe computer
Painful, sore

My arm is still smarting from where the ball hit it.

The state or quality of being smart
The result or product of being smart
intelligence; smartness

Guess that was a stupid question. Either you're smart or you're not. I am not book smart but I have street smarts. I think street smarts are important.

Third-person singular simple present indicative form of smart
Having practical rather than theoretical knowledge, such what is learned on the streets rather than in the classroom
{a} briskly, wittily, sharply, tartly
{n} liveliness, vigor, wittiness, keenness
it was rather smart of you to-
that was very intelligent of you to -, that was a smart move to -, you were wise to -
make a smart job of it
do a good job at it, produce good work in it
right smart
(Southern or Midland) considerable; "it's a right smart distance
past of smart
comparative of smart
superlative of smart
experiencing a burning or stinging pain; "with smarting eyes from the smoke
experiencing a burning or stinging pain; "with smarting eyes from the smoke"
a kind of pain such as that caused by a wound or a burn or a sore
painfully, torturously
In a smart manner
If someone moves or does something smartly, they do it quickly and neatly. The housekeeper moved smartly to the Vicar's desk to answer the call see also smart
intelligently, wisely; shrewdly; in an impertinent manner; quickly; fashionably
in a stylish manner; "He was smartly dressed
in a clever manner; "they were cleverly arranged"; "a smartly managed business"
with vigor; in a vigorous manner; "he defended his ideas vigorously"
in a stylish manner; "He was smartly dressed"
The property of being smart
{i} cleverness, intelligence; shrewdness, alertness; quickness, liveliness; dapperness, neatness of appearance or dress
The quality or state of being smart
third-person singular of smart
SubMillimeter Array Radio Telescope Software - Name given to the entire control and monitoring software package
SPIN Matching And Researcher Transmittal System
street smart
having the shrewd resourcefulness needed to survive in an urban environment
street smart
Someone who is street smart knows how to deal with difficult or dangerous situations, especially in big cities. He is street smart and is not afraid of this neighborhood. = streetwise
streetwise smarts
streetwise, possessing skills and knowledge needed to survive in an urban environment
the smart set
high society, social elite, celebrities
you have a smart mouth
you have a big mouth, you say things that you shouldn't
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