Smarter than ever


Could someone please explain the meaning of following sentence?
Smarter than ever


Hi William,

That isn’t really a sentence but rather a phrase that is part of a sentence. You would need to put something before it and something after it -

She is smarter than she has ever been.

This means that she is more clever/smarter than she has been at any time before. The point of the expression is to show that someone has not lost their ability to show that they are smart.

Thanks for your explanation.