2 : to move or pass smoothly
and without much effort <She slid into the seat.
an Episcopal priest wrestling with a profound social issue: how can men function smoothly
in society, when their traditional patriarchal authority has eroded in a changing climate of more egalitarian values?
Until the felt surfaces and bearings are lubed, a new M66 won't rotate smoothly
She said she was impressed right away with how smoothly
the package assembly moves.
Scott LaBonte, president of Devcon Enterprises, said "Commercial Defeasance managed the entire process from start to finish and as a result it went very smoothly
There are some guidelines that can help virtual teams work together smoothly
and effectively while avoiding conflict or managing it in the best possible manner.
Adopting a new mechanism in the balloon part, the catheter can pass through lesions smoothly
, even constricted areas, so that it can be used for patients with multiple lesions.
Therefore, Sierra offers its customers training, preventative maintenance programs and efficient service to keep them functioning smoothly
Whether the host OS and guest OS are both on native hardware or not, the technology has now developed to the point where users can smoothly
move from one platform to another, in some cases transparently.
The USNS Soderman load went smoothly
and the vessel departed on schedule.
Traffic measures have been put in place to ensure that a North East festival runs smoothly
Surf is also upgraded to work more smoothly
with the leading CAD/CAE/CAM packages Catia V5, Unigraphics and ProEngineer.