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    Is "smooth criminal" suppose to mean something like "nice criminal" or "professional criminal"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thx0110 View Post
    Is "smooth criminal" suppose to mean something like "nice criminal" or "professional criminal"?
    What is the context?

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    MICHAEL JACKSON - SMOOTH CRIMINAL LYRICS

    I am thinking about the well known song from M. Jackson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thx0110 View Post
    MICHAEL JACKSON - SMOOTH CRIMINAL LYRICS

    I am thinking about the well known song from M. Jackson.
    Sorry, I have no idea what Mr. Jackson intended it to mean.

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    A criminal who smoothly gets away, I mean without having some difficulties while commiting a crime. It can be used for the word "crime" as well.

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