(Scot) a variant of smir
smooth jargon /smerf/ (From the news:soc.motss Usenet newsgroup, after some obnoxiously gooey cartoon characters) A newsgroup regular with a habitual style that is irreverent, silly, and cute. Like many other hackish terms for people, this one may be praise or insult depending on who uses it. In general, being referred to as a smurf is […]
noun 1. (computing) the activity of using a specially designed computer program to attack a computer network by flooding it with messages, thereby rendering it inoperable 2. the activity of laundering money by conducting a large number of small transactions through banks and bureaux de change
verb (used with object), Informal. 1. to mash or push, especially to push down or in; compress: to smush a pie in someone’s face. smoky seat
verb (used with object), Informal. 1. to mash or push, especially to push down or in; compress: to smush a pie in someone’s face.