The adjective "smooth" describes a texture. It’s a useful word for surfaces, such as tabletops and roads, and it’s commonly used to describe food:
- This yogurt is very smooth.
- Ice cream is cold and smooth as it goes down your throat.
- The highway was rough and bumpy until it was reconstructed. Now it’s nice and smooth.
Ice cream is cold and smooth.
You can also use "smooth" as a verb:
- He used an iron to smooth out the wrinkles in his shirt.
- The diplomats tried to smooth over their differences. (smooth over = reconcile; fix)
- Roger smoothed things over with his girlfriend. (She was mad at him, but then he sweet-talked her and now she likes him again!)
There are more important words for you to learn here.
November 28 , 2011