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  1. smart

    • IPA[smärt]

    美式

    • adj.
      having or showing a quick-witted intelligence;showing impertinence by making clever or sarcastic remarks
    • v.
      (of a wound or part of the body) feel or cause a sharp stinging pain;feel upset and annoyed
    • n.
      intelligence; acumen;sharp stinging pain
    • adv.
      in a quick or brisk manner
    • noun: smart, plural noun: smarts

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    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. having or showing a quick-witted intelligence:

      if he was that smart he would never have been tricked

    • 2. showing impertinence by making clever or sarcastic remarks:

      don't get smart or I'll whack you one

    • 3. (of a device) programmed so as to be capable of some independent action:

      hi-tech smart weapons

    • 4. (of a person) clean, neat, and well dressed:

      you look very smart

    • 5. (of clothes) attractively neat and stylish:

      a smart blue skirt

    • 6. (of a thing) bright and fresh in appearance:

      a smart green van

    • 7. (of a person or place) fashionable and upscale:

      a smart restaurant

    • 8. quick; brisk:

      I gave him a smart salute

    • 9. painfully severe:

      a dog that snaps is given a smart blow

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. (of a wound or part of the body) feel or cause a sharp stinging pain:

      her legs were scratched and smarting

      the cut was smarting

    • 2. feel upset and annoyed:

      chiefs of staff are still smarting from the government's cuts

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. intelligence; acumen:

      I don't think I have the smarts for it

    • 2. sharp stinging pain:

      the smart of the recent blood-raw cuts

    • 3. mental pain or suffering:

      sorrow is the effect of smart, and smart the effect of faith

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. in a quick or brisk manner:

      it is better for tenants to be compelled to pay up smart

    • n.
      a person who is irritating because they behave as if they know everything:
    • for a know-it-all smart-ass like me, it was a humbling experience
    • adj.
      irritatingly clever or smug:
    • enough with the smart-ass comments

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    • n. money bet or invested by people with expert knowledge:

    • the smart money in entertainment is invested in copyright

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    • n.
      an ability or tendency to make impertinent retorts; impudence:
    • why do you hide behind that smart mouth all the time?
    • v.
      make impertinent remarks to someone:
    • he started smart-mouthing

      don't you smart-mouth me

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    • n. money bet or invested by people with expert knowledge:

    • the smart money in entertainment is invested in copyright

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    • n.
      a person who is irritating because they behave as if they know everything.
    • adj.
      irritatingly clever or smug:
    • I'm sick of his smart-arse comments

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    • n.
      an ability or tendency to make impertinent retorts; impudence:
    • why do you hide behind that smart mouth all the time?
    • v.
      make impertinent remarks to someone:
    • he started smart-mouthing

      don't you smart-mouth me

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    • adj.
      another term for streetwise
    • n.
      the experience and knowledge necessary to deal with the potential difficulties or dangers of life in an urban environment:
    • take the advice of somebody who's got a little more street smarts than you

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    • adj.
      having the experience and knowledge necessary to deal with the potential difficulties or dangers of life in an urban environment:
    • a street-smart hustler on a motorcycle
    • n.
      the experience and knowledge necessary to deal with the potential difficulties or dangers of life in an urban environment:
    • take the advice of somebody who's got a little more street smarts than you

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    • IPA[smɑːt]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of a person) clean, tidy, and well dressed:
    • you look very smart
    • v.
      (of a wound or part of the body) feel or cause a sharp stinging pain:
    • her legs were scratched and smarting

      the cut was smarting

    • n.
      sharp stinging pain:
    • the smart of the recent cuts

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  2. 知識+

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      Smart is as smart does. 字面(像是替smart定義):你的行為多聰明,你就...

    • 翻譯..smarter than you think.

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    • clever and smart ??

      clever 通常用在學術方面 像一個人課業成績表現優秀,或學習技能很快等 smart 常用在事物方面 像一項物品的設計很好,或某人的裝扮很亮眼等… 若是要稱讚...