Smatter – meaning of the word and examples

To talk superficially: Babble. (Merriam – Webster)

To speak or utter (a language, words, etc.) with only slight knowledge. (Collins Dictionary)

To study or learn (a subject) superficially. (Collins Dictionary)

A slight superficial knowledge of a language or subject. (Oxford Dictionaries)

A small amount of something. (Oxford Dictionaries)


Smatter and Smattering. Thesaurus. Plus.

Smatter in a sentence

1. There’s only a smattering of people who oppose the proposal.

2. I had acquired a smattering of Greek.

3. He only has a smattering of French.4.

4. The college had a smattering of white students and a top heavy frosting of white administrators.


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