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Dictionary French English: smooth

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ADJ   smooth | smoother | smoothest
VERB  to smooth | smoothed | smoothed ... 
SYNO   to smooth | to smooth out | legato ... 
lisse {adj}
doucereux {adj} [personne]smooth
cuis. homogène {adj} [sauce]smooth
cuis. moelleux {adj} [dessert]smooth
cuis. onctueux {adj} [pâte, mélange]smooth
plat {adj} [mer]smooth
souple {adj}smooth
cuis. velouté {adj} [sauce, vin]smooth
paisible {adj} [voyage, vol]smooth [journey, flight]
papelard {adj} [péj.]smooth [smarmy]
uni {adj} [sans aspérité]smooth [surface, sea etc.]
lisser qc.to smooth sth.
2 Words: Others
satiné {adj}satin-smooth
glabre {adj} [imberbe]smooth-shaven
doucereux {adj} [personne]smooth-tongued
enjôleur {adj}smooth-tongued
patelin {adj} [fam.] [péj.]smooth-tongued
2 Words: Verbs
outil. lisser qc. au rabotto plane sth. smooth
aplanir qc. [difficultés, problèmes] [fig.]to smooth over sth.
rattraper qc. [paroles, gaffe verbale]to smooth over sth.
aplatir qc. [cheveux]to smooth sth. down
tech. égrener qc. [mur, plâtre, fer]to smooth sth. off
aplatir qc. [coussin, oreiller]to smooth sth. out
gommer qc.to smooth sth. out
raconter des boniments à qn. [flatteries]to smooth-talk sb.
2 Words: Nouns
armes canon {m} lissesmooth barrel
math. variété {f} lissesmooth manifold
démarrage {m} en douceursmooth start
baratin {m} [fam.]smooth talk [coll.]
baratineur {m} [fam.] [beau parleur]smooth talker [coll.]
baratineuse {f} [fam.] [belle parleuse]smooth talker [coll.] [female]
3 Words: Verbs
calmer les esprits [loc.]to smooth the waters [idiom]
arranger les chosesto smooth things over [idiom]
4 Words: Verbs
être enjôleurto be a smooth talker
ouvrir la voie à qn.to smooth the way for sb. [idiom]
5+ Words: Verbs
arrondir les angles [fig.]to smooth out the sharp edges
dégrossir qn. [personne]to smooth the rough edges of sb. [idiom]
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. T
bot. T
zool. T
zool. T
bot. T
ichtyo. T
ichtyo. T
bot. T
bot. T
orn. T
zool. T
zool. T
zool. T
ichtyo. T
zool. T
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