Definition of smarty in English:

smarty

noun

informal
  • 1A know-it-all or a smart aleck.

    • ‘For Salkind and the other seven smarties, the only thing to do now is go home and wait.’
    • ‘‘Okay, miss smarty,’ snarled Mari, ‘how are we supposed to find which way is west?’’
    • ‘We're pretty sure the parents won't go for that, smarty!’
    • ‘‘Right you are, little miss smarty,’ Taylor said, ‘but unfortunately I can't sleep so I can't go to sleep.’’
    • ‘Time and time again President Reagan went against what the smug smarties inside the beltway and on the TV tube said.’
    • ‘They were not internet smarties or radical nuts, they were very ordinary, nice people.’
    • ‘You're supposed to pull out my chair, smarty.’
    • ‘All I'm worried about, smarty, is remembering my lines and putting on a good performance.’
    • ‘It's also arty, smarty: Remember that a one-time billboard painter filming an actress' backside is ‘art’.’
    • ‘You were stuck in this place, you suddenly realized, and now the smarties had moved to another place where they were now thinking of stupid as a style thing, as attitude, as even just another kind of intelligence.’
    • ‘We beat the hell outta a buncha smarty future-lawyer type boys in both games we bowled.’
    • ‘But in the end, the ship disappeared and no one ever heard from the ten smarties again.’
  • 2dated A smartly dressed person; a member of the smart set.

Pronunciation:

smarty

/ˈsmärdē/