Smart

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Definition

smart: clever, intelligent; formal, business-like (clothes)
adjective

Examples

  • "that's a smart tie you're wearing old chap."
  • "You deserve it, because you are so smart, so beautiful, and so kind."
  • "You think you're smart or what?"
  • "Bruno, aside from the fact that you sign my paycheck, I think you are smart, sensitive and kind."
  • "Police : No, the Egyptian alphabet, smart guy."
  • "First, make it clear in your invitation how smart the evening is going to be: "smart", "casual", "smart-casual", etc. Second, it is not usually polite to ask your guests to bring anything to dinner."
  • "You must be very smart."
  • "America is known for its entrepreneurial spirit, and there's no shortage of people wanting to make big money fast, but if you're smart, you'll make your money the old-fashioned way, with hard work and dedication."
  • "First, make it clear in your invitation how smart the evening is going to be: "smart", "casual", "smart-casual", etc. Second, it is not usually polite to ask your guests to bring anything to dinner."
  • "Richard : Good morning, thank you for calling Know-it-all Tech Solutions, this is Richard Smart."

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