# smooth deutsch

EN[smuːð] [-uːð] [Ου] [οὐκ] [οὐχ]US

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

- SubstantivPLsmooths
- Something that is smooth, or that goes smoothly and easily.
- A smoothing action.
- A domestic animal having a smooth coat.
- In the 4-toe stock there is a wide gap between the lowest rough and the
**smooths**which come from the same parents.

- In the 4-toe stock there is a wide gap between the lowest rough and the
- A member of an anti-hippie fashion movement in 1970s Britain.
- By the early 1970s, skinhead culture began to mutate into the variant ‘white ethnic’ styles of the suedeheads and
**smooths**.

- By the early 1970s, skinhead culture began to mutate into the variant ‘white ethnic’ styles of the suedeheads and
- (statistics) The analysis obtained through a smoothing procedure.
- A
**smooth**of the potato data set has already been given in Figure 1.2.

- A

- Something that is smooth, or that goes smoothly and easily.
- VerbSGsmoothsPRsmoothingPT, PPsmoothed
- To make smooth or even.
- She
**smooths**her skirt, looking as composed and ladylike as possible.

- She
- To make straightforward.
- (statistics, image processing, digital audio) To capture important patterns in the data, while leaving out noise.
- [ …] the 7-month moving averages provide better
**smoothing**of the data in this case than do the 3-month moving averages.

- [ …] the 7-month moving averages provide better

- To make smooth or even.
- AdjektivCOMsmootherSUPsmoothest
- Having a texture that lacks friction. Not rough.
- Without difficulty, problems, or unexpected consequences or incidents.
- We hope for a
**smooth**transition to the new system.

- We hope for a
- Bland; glib.
- Flowing or uttered without check, obstruction, or hesitation; not harsh; fluent.
- (of a person) Suave; sophisticated.
- He was so
**smooth**and handsome. He knew just what to say and when to say it.

- He was so
- (of an action) Natural; unconstrained.
- In order for a reading to be
**smooth**and effortless, readers must be able to recognize and read words accurately, automatically, and quickly.

- In order for a reading to be
- (of a motion) Unbroken.
- Demonstrate first by the numbers and then as one
**smooth**movement.

- Demonstrate first by the numbers and then as one
- (chiefly of water) Placid, calm.
- As we worked to the southward, we picked up fair weather, and enjoyed
**smooth**seas and pleasant skies.

- As we worked to the southward, we picked up fair weather, and enjoyed
- (of an edge) Lacking projections or indentations; not serrated.
- A leaf having a
**smooth**margin, without teeth or indentations of any kind, is called entire.

- A leaf having a
- (of food or drink) Not grainy; having an even texture.
- A compact and stylish design, it produces 1 generous quart of excellent,
**smooth**ice cream in 20 to 25 minutes.

- A compact and stylish design, it produces 1 generous quart of excellent,
- (of a beverage) Having a pleasantly rounded flavor; neither rough nor astringent.
- The coffee was
**smooth**, so**smooth**she took another sip.

- The coffee was
- (mathematics, of a function) Having derivatives of all finite orders at all points within the function’s domain.
- Any ANALYTIC FUNCTION is
**smooth**. But a**smooth**function is not necessarily analytic.

- Any ANALYTIC FUNCTION is
- (mathematics, of a number) That factors completely into small prime numbers.
- (linguistics, classical studies, of a vowel) Lacking marked aspiration.
- Ου becomes οὐκ before a
**smooth**vowel, and οὐχ before an aspirate.

- Ου becomes οὐκ before a
- (of muscles, medicine) Involuntary and non-striated.

- Having a texture that lacks friction. Not rough.
- AdverbCOMsmootherSUPsmoothest
- Mehr Beispiele
- 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.

- It is known that the only finite-dimensional diffeological vector space that admits a diffeologically
- 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**.

- 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

- Wird in der Mitte des Satzes verwendet

## Definition of __smooth__ in English Dictionary

- Wortart Hierarchie
- Adjektive
- Adverbien
- Substantive
- Zählbare Nomen

- Zählbare Nomen
- Verben

- Adjektive

- en smoothly
- en smoothness
- en smoothy
- en smoothe
- en smooths

Source: Wiktionary