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12.
Someone who knows the difference between:

there, their and they're
its and it's
etc.
Smart:

Mommy, what are those half-naked women doing on the corner over there? Well honey, they're trying to make money to feed their babies.

Not-so-smart:

Something me and you are probably not.
Something that most people think they are, and guess what, their not. And i can say that cause im 16.

soome prick-ass who thinks they know everything but is probably gonna get fucked up when there 16 b/c they want to be cool.
by NeverStopLearning October 23, 2007
 
1.
Knowledgeable, witty, or intelligent. Not a popular thing to be in America these days.
by Anonymous June 09, 2003
 
2.
The opposite of George W. Bush.
George W. Bush is so not smart.
by gonadfry August 04, 2005
 
3.
1- To have proper spelling
2- To know what's good for you, whether you do it or not
3- To do what's best
4- To look at both issues
5- To admit your mistakes
6- To not overdo it
7- To not need to be told every little detail
8- To wonder constantly
9- To understand
10- To be weird
11- To think for yourself
12- The exact opposite of Poodle
13- To not suck up
14- To have a good sense of humor
15- To not pretend to be something you're not
16- To let he idiots embarass themselves
17- To question everything
Smart is...Uncommon around here.
by Tianto November 24, 2004
 
4.
Someone who doesn't support Bush.
She didn't vote for Bush, therefore she is smart.
by WAGMIRE October 13, 2005
 
5.
code for a girl with a large set of "brains"
<guy1>wow that girl is really smart.
<guy2>yea she has a nice set of "goals" infront of her.
<guy1>i always like a girl with intelligence.
<guy3>do you think she was tutored?
by Grill March 13, 2005
 
6.
something 4/3 people on this site think they are (and yes i meant to have an improper fraction)
i am so smart, i kno my abc's A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I , J, K....R, Y, Z!!!!!!!!! hooray!
by chels March 21, 2004
 
7.
1) to be/act intelligent
2) to be learned, but not able to integrate that knowledge into everyday use (intelligent), often used as a concatenation: book-smart, street-smart, brick-smart
3) to dress in a coordinated or fashionable manner, See: look sharp
4) (intrans. verb) to hurt or cause pain
1) That japanese kid is smart. He got his PHD before he was 20.
2) Jennifer is finally loosening up. Back in high school she was just too book-smart and had no clue about what was going on.
3) Hey Swaggart, thats a smart looking suit you've got on.
4) Ouch, a paper cut... that smarts!
by pythonspam November 07, 2003