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EN[smuːð] [-uːð] [Ου] [οὐκ] [οὐχ]
Dglatt WGlättung
  • Glättung bzw. Glätten steht für:
  • Glätten (Mathematik), mathematische Algorithmen
  • Glätten (Fertigungsverfahren), Verfahren zur Erzeugung glatter Oberflächen
  • Glättetechnik, spezieller Putz- und Spachtelauftrag im Bauwesen, siehe
  • optische Filter für die Fotografie, siehe Weichzeichnung
  • das Abmindern elektrischer Spannungsspitzen, siehe Restwelligkeit
  • Siehe auch:
  • glatt
  • Planieren

    Definition of smooth in English Dictionary

  • SubstantivPLsmooths
    1. Something that is smooth, or that goes smoothly and easily.
      1. A smoothing action.
        1. A domestic animal having a smooth coat.
          1. In the 4-toe stock there is a wide gap between the lowest rough and the smooths which come from the same parents.
        2. A member of an anti-hippie fashion movement in 1970s Britain.
          1. By the early 1970s, skinhead culture began to mutate into the variant ‘white ethnic’ styles of the suedeheads and smooths.
        3. (statistics) The analysis obtained through a smoothing procedure.
          1. A smooth of the potato data set has already been given in Figure 1.2.
      2. VerbSGsmoothsPRsmoothingPT, PPsmoothed
        1. To make smooth or even.
          1. She smooths her skirt, looking as composed and ladylike as possible.
        2. To make straightforward.
          1. (statistics, image processing, digital audio) To capture important patterns in the data, while leaving out noise.
            1. [ …] the 7-month moving averages provide better smoothing of the data in this case than do the 3-month moving averages.
        3. AdjektivCOMsmootherSUPsmoothest
          1. Having a texture that lacks friction. Not rough.
            1. Without difficulty, problems, or unexpected consequences or incidents.
              1. We hope for a smooth transition to the new system. ‎
            2. Bland; glib.
              1. Flowing or uttered without check, obstruction, or hesitation; not harsh; fluent.
                1. (of a person) Suave; sophisticated.
                  1. He was so smooth and handsome. He knew just what to say and when to say it.
                2. (of an action) Natural; unconstrained.
                  1. In order for a reading to be smooth and effortless, readers must be able to recognize and read words accurately, automatically, and quickly.
                3. (of a motion) Unbroken.
                  1. Demonstrate first by the numbers and then as one smooth movement.
                4. (chiefly of water) Placid, calm.
                  1. As we worked to the southward, we picked up fair weather, and enjoyed smooth seas and pleasant skies.
                5. (of an edge) Lacking projections or indentations; not serrated.
                  1. A leaf having a smooth margin, without teeth or indentations of any kind, is called entire.
                6. (of food or drink) Not grainy; having an even texture.
                  1. A compact and stylish design, it produces 1 generous quart of excellent, smooth ice cream in 20 to 25 minutes.
                7. (of a beverage) Having a pleasantly rounded flavor; neither rough nor astringent.
                  1. The coffee was smooth, so smooth she took another sip.
                8. (mathematics, of a function) Having derivatives of all finite orders at all points within the function’s domain.
                  1. Any ANALYTIC FUNCTION is smooth. But a smooth function is not necessarily analytic.
                9. (mathematics, of a number) That factors completely into small prime numbers.
                  1. (linguistics, classical studies, of a vowel) Lacking marked aspiration.
                    1. Ου becomes οὐκ before a smooth vowel, and οὐχ before an aspirate.
                  2. (of muscles, medicine) Involuntary and non-striated.
                  3. AdverbCOMsmootherSUPsmoothest
                    1. Smoothly.
                    2. Mehr Beispiele
                      1. Wird in der Mitte des Satzes verwendet
                        • It is known that the only finite-dimensional diffeological vector space that admits a diffeologically smooth scalar product is the standard space of appropriate dimension.
                        • Both upper and lower crowns have carinae fore and aft but are otherwise smooth and remarkably stout (Fig. 2 E).
                        • After the second lunch, with a little more to drink, he helped her into her coat more zealously, smoothing the material down over one should blade as if the cloth had suddenly thrown up a ruckle.
                      2. In der Endung des Satzes verwendet
                        • This is counterintuitive in the sense that most MVPA analyses use nonsmoothed data sets and a putative strength of MVPA is utilizing spatial information that is lost during spatial smoothing.
                        • Dorsally granulated but basitarsi and telotarsi almost smooth.
                    • Wortart Hierarchie
                      1. Adjektive
                        • Adverbien
                          • Substantive
                            • Zählbare Nomen
                            • Verben
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                            Source: Wiktionary

                            Meaning of smooth for the defined word.

                            Grammatisch, dieses wort "smooth" ist ein adjektive. Es ist auch ein adverbien. Es ist auch ein substantive, genauer gesagt, ein zählbare nomen. Es ist auch ein verben.
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                            Bestimmtheit: Höhe 9
                            Definitiv    ➨     Vielseitig