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Enhance vs Smooth - What's the difference?

enhance | smooth |


As verbs the difference between enhance and smooth

is that enhance is (obsolete) to lift, raise up while smooth is to make smooth or even.

As an adjective smooth is

having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth is

smoothly.

As a noun smooth is

something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

Smooth vs Fluency - What's the difference?

smooth | fluency |


As nouns the difference between smooth and fluency

is that smooth is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily while fluency is the quality of smoothness of flow.

As an adjective smooth

is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Smooth vs Pain - What's the difference?

smooth | pain |


As adverbs the difference between smooth and pain

is that smooth is smoothly while pain is towards, in/to the direction of.

As nouns the difference between smooth and pain

is that smooth is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily while pain is .

As an adjective smooth

is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Lucid vs Smooth - What's the difference?

lucid | smooth |


As adjectives the difference between lucid and smooth

is that lucid is clear; easily understood while smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As nouns the difference between lucid and smooth

is that lucid is a lucid dream while smooth is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As an adverb smooth is

smoothly.

As a verb smooth is

to make smooth or even.

Round vs Smooth - What's the difference?

round | smooth |


As adjectives the difference between round and smooth

is that round is (label) shape while smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As nouns the difference between round and smooth

is that round is a circular or spherical object or part of an object or round can be (archaic|or|dialectal|northern england|scotland) a whisper; whispering while smooth is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As adverbs the difference between round and smooth

is that round is while smooth is smoothly.

As verbs the difference between round and smooth

is that round is to shape something into a curve or round can be (intransitive|archaic|or|dialectal|northern england|scotland) to speak in a low tone; whisper; speak secretly; take counsel while smooth is to make smooth or even.

As a preposition round

is alternative form of around.

Satisfactory vs Smooth - What's the difference?

satisfactory | smooth |


As adjectives the difference between satisfactory and smooth

is that satisfactory is done to satisfaction; adequate or sufficient while smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth is

smoothly.

As a noun smooth is

something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth is

to make smooth or even.

Flawless vs Smooth - What's the difference?

flawless | smooth |


As adjectives the difference between flawless and smooth

is that flawless is perfect; without flaws, shortcomings or defects ex allyson cutter while smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough.

As an adverb smooth is

smoothly.

As a noun smooth is

something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth is

to make smooth or even.

Smooth vs Seamless - What's the difference?

smooth | seamless |


As adjectives the difference between smooth and seamless

is that smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough while seamless is (not comparable) having no seams.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Smooth vs Effective - What's the difference?

smooth | effective |


As adjectives the difference between smooth and effective

is that smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough while effective is having the power to produce a required effect or effects.

As nouns the difference between smooth and effective

is that smooth is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily while effective is (military) a soldier fit for duty.

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

Smooth vs Eloquent - What's the difference?

smooth | eloquent |


As adjectives the difference between smooth and eloquent

is that smooth is having a texture that lacks friction not rough while eloquent is eloquent (fluently persuasive and articulate).

As an adverb smooth

is smoothly.

As a noun smooth

is something that is , or that goes smoothly and easily.

As a verb smooth

is to make smooth or even.

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