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American English: /ˈsmɪri/
British English: /ˈsmɪəri/

Translation of smeary in Spanish:

adjective -rier, -riest

  • lleno de marcas or manchas
    my glasses are all smeary
    tengo las gafas sucias or llenas de marcas
    the letters were smeary
    las letras estaban borrosas

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