smart arse
One who is particularly flippant or insolent or tends to make snide remarks or jokes.

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  • smart arse — BrE also smart ass AmE n informal not polite a smart alec >smart arse also smart ass adj ▪ smart arse remarks …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • smart arse — UK US noun [countable] [singular smart arse plural smart arses] british impolite a smart alec Thesaurus: people who are confident, boastful or arrogant …   Useful english dictionary

  • smart arse — smart arses N COUNT: oft N n (disapproval) (The spellings smartarse in British English and smartass or smart ass in American English are also used.) If you describe someone as a smart arse or smartass, you dislike the fact that they think they… …   English dictionary

  • smart-arse — adjective Thesaurus: disrespect and not showing respectsynonym Main entry: smart arse …   Useful english dictionary

  • smart arse — UK / US noun [countable] Word forms smart arse : singular smart arse plural smart arses British impolite a smart alec Derived word: smart arse adjective …   English dictionary

  • smart arse — BrE also smart ass AmE noun an impolite word for a smart aleck: He got in trouble with the teacher for being such a smart ass in class. smart arse also smart ass adjective: smart arse remarks …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • smart-arse — /ˈsmat as/ (say smaht ahs) noun Colloquial (taboo) → smart alec. –smart arse, smart arsed, adjective Usage: See note at arse …   Australian English dictionary

  • smart-arse — British, very informal, American, very informal a smart arse someone who is always trying to seem more clever than everyone else in a way that is annoying. That s all I need some smart ass kid telling me what to do! (always before noun) …   New idioms dictionary

  • smart-arse — See: smart arse …   English dictionary

  • Smart arse — smart alec; know all …   Dictionary of Australian slang

  • smart-arse — (US smart ass) noun informal another term for smart alec …   English new terms dictionary

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