Translation of smarten in Spanish:
- → smarten up 1Example sentences
- Grandeur in appearance now that it had been smartened up, I desperately tried to avoid it.
- When Stefanidis moved in, the eastern boundary was ‘a rather sad wooden fence, so I put in a wall’, which smartens the place up and gives more privacy.
- We are looking at smartening it up and putting in an external food serving area the pupils could use at break and lunchtime.
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