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  • smartypants — UK [ˈsmɑː(r)tɪˌpænts] / US [ˈsmɑrtɪˌpænts] noun [countable] Word forms smartypants : singular smartypants plural smartypants informal a smart alec …   English dictionary

  • smartypants — smartˈypants or smartˈy boots singular noun (informal; pl the same) A smarty • • • Main Entry: ↑smart * * * smartypants UK [ˈsmɑː(r)tiˌpænts] US [ˈsmɑrtiˌpænts] noun [countable] [ …   Useful english dictionary

  • smartypants — smart|y|pants [ˈsma:ti ˌpænts US ˈsma:r ] n informal someone who always says clever things or always has the right answer, in a slightly annoying way British Equivalent: clever clogs …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • smartypants — noun (C) humorous someone who always says clever things or always has the right answer, in a slightly annoying way …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • smartypants — /ˈsmatipænts/ (say smahteepants) noun Colloquial a foolishly conceited person. {smart + y1 + pants} …   Australian English dictionary

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