smarty


Also found in: Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

smart·y

 (smär′tē)
n. pl. smart·ies Informal
1. A smart aleck.
2. A quick-witted person.

smarty

(ˈsmɑːtɪ) or

smartie

n
informal a would-be clever person

smart′ al`eck

(or al`ec)

(ˈæl ɪk)
n. Informal.
an obnoxiously conceited and impertinent person.
[1860–65, Amer.; generic use of Aleck, nickname for Alexander]
smart′-al`eck•y, smart′-al`eck, adj.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:

smarty

noun
Informal. One who is obnoxiously self-assertive and arrogant:
Translations

smarty

[ˈsmɑːtɪ] N (also smarty-pants) → sabelotodo mf

smarty(-pants)

n sing (inf)Schlaumeier(in) m(f), → Schlauberger(in) m(f) (inf)
References in classic literature ?
I'll lay for you, my smarty; and if I catch you about that school I'll tan you good.
Senor Smarty Pantaloons and the Mystery of the Missing Teachers
In late 2014, Smarty Symbols, a Dallas-based company, released its website to the public which allows teachers, parents and therapists to access over thirteen thousand images, download them or create visual support materials directly on the portal.
The idea behind Smarty Ring, a Bluetooth-enabled wearable gadget, is to allow users to check smartphone alerts and manage incoming calls right from their finger.
28 -- Micromax's latest addition to its budget smartphone arsenal is the Smarty 4.3 A65.
Indian handset maker Micromax expanded its Smarty smartphone series with the launch of Smarty 4.3 A65.
David O'Meara, trainer of Anderiego and Smarty Socks "Anderiego has had a really good season and hopefully won't mind conditions.
SMARTY SOCKS may go in search of his first Pattern-race success at Haydock on Saturday after his first win outside maiden and handicap company.
The Birthday Party Smarty Is a nosey, noisy pest; A cut-up who won't shut up 'Til he's pestered every guest.
SAY hello to Smarty, a handsome cat in need of a new home.
The 12 young entrepreneurs, who have named their business Smarty Pants to act as a distribution platform for the product, developed the idea themselves, wrote the scripts which make up the final guides and even provided the voices.
While Wallace said the Arkansas Derby has always been of great importance to Oaklawn's staff, it really wasn't much of a player on the national scene until 2004 when Smarty Jones used a win there as springboard to victories in Kentucky and Baltimore, site of the Preakness.