- adjective with no bumps or rough parts
- adjective with no sudden unpleasant movements
- Having a surface which is free from roughness, projections, irregularities, or the like.
- To polish or otherwise rid a surface of roughness, projections, irregularities, or the like.
- To remove voltage and/or current irregularities, such as ripple, present in a signal or generated by a source.
- To remove irregularities, inconsistencies, differences, or the like.
- Having an even motion, movement, or trajectory.
- adjective flat, not rough
- verb to make something smooth
- adjective good. An all-purpose term of approbation used by adolescents.
- used to describe a range of characteristics of a well-balanced wine
Origin & History of “smooth”
is a mystery word
, with no known relatives in any other
. The usual term
in Old English
survived into modern
English dialect speech
Old English variant smōth