They're pretty synonymous. But smart is very general and can be book smart, street smart, or good at a certain subject. Intelligent is when you can rationalize things quickly (have good logic) and you are creative (able to project new things from your imagination). Intelligence=logic+creativity.
Smart has several meanings: a sharp pain, 'that smarts/stings'; how well you dress; and quick witted. Intelligent is generally related to how well you think and use deductive reasoning.
As many people often like to play with words, smart gives us all an opportunity to have fun by choosing the definition we want, and so give a different meaning to a query.
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