Definition of Smith Square in English:

Smith Square

noun

historicalBritish Politics
  • (A) The former location (1928–80) of the headquarters of the Labour Party of Great Britain, chiefly used allusively to designate the party or its leadership. (b) The former location (1958–2004) of the headquarters of the Conservative Party of Great Britain, chiefly used allusively to designate that party or its leadership.

Origin

1950s; earliest use found in American Historical Review. From Smith Square, the name of a square in the Westminster district of London, former location of the headquarters of the British Conservative Party and of the headquarters of the British Labour Party.

Pronunciation

Smith Square

/ˌsmɪθ ˈskwɛː/