smooth-running

smooth-running

adj
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) operating in a flowing and effective manner, without difficulties or obstructions
Translations

smooth-running

[ˈsmuːðˈrʌnɪŋ] ADJ [engine etc] → suave, parejo (esp LAm)

smooth-running

[ˌsmuːðˈrʌnɪŋ] adj (engine) → che non perde colpi; (business, project) → che va bene
References in classic literature ?
It was at this time, at the lowest ebb, that the smooth-running editorial machine broke down.
5-liter LPG four-cylinder engine with smooth-running variable valve timing, sequential multiport LP fuel injection and extended maintenance intervals (up to 500 hours).
Plus, Beretta has once again kept the price point down, so you're looking at a smooth-running semi-auto that will stand the test of time for under $750.
The easy-starting, smooth-running Saw It provides pneumatic power and reciprocating motion to blades.
WORD reaches me that the love-in between new bosom buddies SARAH FERGUSON and LISA MARIE PRESLEY hasn't been quite as smooth-running as has been made out.
The system is smooth-running, efficient, and offers very good thermal stability, Haas says.
This well-known & smooth-running internal medicine practice treats 15 to 30 patients daily.
Now City Controller Laura Chick, who recommended the changes, said there's still plenty of work left to do to achieve a smooth-running operation.
The Vantage 400's quiet, smooth-running 1,800-rpm water-cooled, four-cylinder Perkins[R] diesel engine delivers 400 amps, 36 volts and up to 450 amps, 32 volts of rated DC welding output at 100% duty cycle.
Racing Welfare would like to thank all of their sponsors, together with everyone who had donated auction items, for contributing to a successful day, and special thanks to Haydock's Karen Jones for a smooth-running operation.
This made me think - I recently arrived back from a holiday in Italy, and as usual in all European countries we were conveyed from the airport to our hotels in lovely, quiet, smooth-running buses.
Such structures and procedures might make for smooth-running parish operations, but they often deter many parishioners from getting involved or from joining the parish at all.