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smooth

1. (of the skin) free from hair
2. not harsh or astringent
3. Maths (of a curve) differentiable at every point
4. Physics (of a plane, surface, etc.) regarded as being frictionless
5. Tennis squash badminton the side of a racket on which the binding strings form a continuous line

smooth

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(oceanography)
Comparatively calm water between heavy seas.
(statistics)
To modify a sequential set of numerical data items in a manner designed to reduce the differences in value between adjacent items.
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The ATMs of NBP main branch are also working smoothly and customers are withdrawing their amounts smoothly and without any hinderance", he remarked.
As if things were going too smoothly, Tan appears to be putting it all at risk
My foundation definitely went on more smoothly over the top but I can't say my base looked different for it.
Kumar, who had called an all-party meeting on Saturday, said the leaders of various political outfits have assured her that the Monsoon Session will run smoothly.
These, too, ran smoothly and ballot boxes came in to the appropriate counting area being delivered by the polling clerks.
Indonesia needs a huge amount of money, election monitors and technical expertise to ensure that the poll goes smoothly in an archipelago of more than 13,000 islands.
The auditors evaluated tests to ensure system conversions would go smoothly and that the system--and the employees--could manage the stress of added volume.
Advocates of some version of social democracy, myself included, respond that no capitalist economy has ever functioned that smoothly.
This kind of feedback between nerves, brain, and muscles keeps you moving smoothly, too.
What wasn't clear, but becomes obvious with this work, is that black holes and elementary particles are really one and the same thing as they smoothly change from one to another," he adds.
Our many years of experience on A-Series integration and the knowledge we've gained on our prototypes will help the remanufacturing program move forward smoothly," said Chuck Vehlow, director of Apache derivatives at McDonnell Douglas Helicopter Systems.
In this movement, the knees remain straight and pulled up as the dancer uses the muscles of the feet and legs to raise the body smoothly to full pointe.