- adj. 鋒利的；突然的；靈敏的；明顯的；辛辣的；【音】升音階的
- adv. 準時地；突然地；偏高地
- 鋒利的,尖銳的 having a fine edge or point; capable of cutting or piecing; not blunt
- 急轉的,陡峭的; 突然的,急劇的 changing direction suddenly; abruptly
- 輪廓鮮明的,明顯的,清晰的 well-defined; distinct; clear
- 刺骨的,凜冽的; 劇烈的 producing a physical sensation of cutting or piecing; keen
- 靈敏的,機警的 quickly aware of things; acute; alert
- 蓄意中傷的,尖刻的,嚴厲的 intended or intending to criticize, injure, etc.harsh; severe
- 過分精明的,狡猾的,不擇手段的 quick to take advantage of sb/sth; unscrupulous
- 時髦的,漂亮的 smart or stylish
- [P] 偏高的,升半音的 above normal or correct pitch; raised half a tone in pitch
- 準時地 punctually
- 突然地,急劇地 suddenly; abruptly
- 偏高 above the correct pitch
a musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named
a long thin sewing needle with a sharp point
(of something seen or heard) clearly defined;
"a sharp photographic image"
"the sharp crack of a twig"
"the crisp snap of dry leaves underfoot"
ending in a sharp point
having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions;
"an acute observer of politics and politicians"
"icy knifelike reasoning"
"as sharp and incisive as the stroke of a fang"
"frequent penetrative observations"
marked by practical hardheaded intelligence;
"a smart businessman"
"an astute tenant always reads the small print in a lease"
"he was too shrewd to go along with them on a road that could lead only to their overthrow"
"a sharp-worded exchange"
"a tart remark"
having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones ;
"a shrill whistle"
"a shrill gaiety"
"an abrupt canyon"
"the precipitous rapids of the upper river"
"the precipitous hills of Chinese paintings"
"a sharp drop"
keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point;
"a sharp pain"
having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing;
"a sharp knife"
"a pencil with a sharp point"
(of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone;
very sudden and in great amount or degree;
"a sharp drop in the stock market"
quick and forceful;
"a sharp blow"
changing suddenly in direction and degree;
"the road twists sharply after the light"
"turn sharp left here"
"the visor was acutely peaked"
"her shoes had acutely pointed toes"
- Cats have sharp claws.
- There is a sharp drop in the prices.
- It was very sharp of you to have noticed that.
- Bring the object into focus if you want a sharp photograph.
- The cheese is a little too sharp for me.
- We arrived at three(o'clock) sharp.
- The car turned sharp left.
- He is singing sharp.
- He scraped at the wound with a sharp blade of stone.
- We'll need a sharp knife to cut the beefsteak.
- The road is full of sharp turns.
- The General Motors Corporation had reported a sharp drop in profits on Tuesday.
- There had been a sharp rise in the patient's temperature during the night.
- There were sharp differences of opinion between the two.
- Black hair is a sharp contrast to fair skin.
- The branch broke with a sharp crack.
- This salad dressing has a sharp taste.
- Sharp stomachs make short graces.
- The mountain climbers struggled against the sharp wind.
- He felt a sudden sharp pain in his heart.
- She experienced a sharp pang of disappointment.
- Birds have sharp eyes and dogs have sharp noses.
- It takes sharp eyes to see the flaw.
- The company keeps a sharp watch on the market.
- I have a very sharp recollection of my last talk with him two years ago.
- She got a sharp reproach from her boss.
- In the face of sharp criticisms the young scientist still stuck to his colours.
- The boxer gave his opponent a sharp blow on the head.
- His sharp business dealings earned him a bad reputation.
- He's a very sharp man.
- He was always the sharpest kid in the block when he was dressed up.
- This knife is very sharp.
- The point of a needle is sharp.
- I can't cut with a knife that isn't sharp.
- He is ninety years old, but his mind is sharp.
- That photograph isn't very sharp.
- We must be sharp if we are to catch the train.
- It was late autumn and the night wind was sharp.
- Their hunger pangs were sharper than my pangs of conscience.
- Sometimes the customer may be sharper than the dealer.
- That note sounded sharp.
- He was sharp about money.
- The girl is sharp at music.
- She is too sharp for me.
- He is sharp upon his son.
- She was sharp with her son who was late for dinner.
- Please be on hand at 12 sharp.
- I went to bed at 11：30 sharp last night.
- Tell him I'll be there at eleven sharp.
- Be at my home at six o'clock sharp, not a second before or after.6
- Turn sharp right at the next corner.
- The road turns sharp to the left.
- The car stopped too sharp.
- Food prices rose the sharpest.
- The violin sounds a little sharp—can you come down a little?
- She ruined her performance by singing sharp.
- as sharp as a needle
非常聰敏的 very intelligent and quick-witted
- have a sharp tongue
非常生氣地說,諷刺,挖苦 talk angrily or sarcastically
- sharp practice
- sharp's the word
趕快 be quick〔hurry〕
- look sharp
趕快 be quick
- sharp agony 極大的痛苦
- sharp attention 密切注意
- sharp bend 急轉彎
- sharp blade 鋒利的刃
- sharp cry of distress 凄厲的尖叫聲
- sharp dagger 銳利的匕首
- sharp ears 靈敏的聽覺
- sharp engineer 精明的工程師
- sharp fellow 寡廉鮮恥的人
- sharp flash of light 強烈的閃光
- sharp flavour 辛辣味
- sharp grief 極度悲痛
- sharp insight 敏銳的洞察力
- sharp intelligence 聰明
- sharp lawyer 精明的律師
- sharp nose 尖鼻子
- sharp outline 鮮明的輪廓
- sharp peak 尖尖的山峰
- sharp pencil 削尖的鉛筆
- sharp pin 尖利的大頭針
- sharp razor 鋒利的刮胡刀
- sharp retort 刻薄的反駁
- sharp scolding 嚴厲的責罵
- sharp sense of smell 靈敏的嗅覺
- sharp sight 敏銳的目光
- sharp smell 刺鼻的氣味
- sharp soap 苛性皂
- sharp sword 利劍
- sharp temper 易怒的脾氣
- sharp tongue 快嘴利舌
- sharp trader 精明的商人
- sharp weather 嚴寒的天氣
- sharp whistle 刺耳的哨聲
A straight flat wide blade, that is pointed and very sharp at either edge.出自： C. Boutell
Sharp thorns on those roses.出自： R. West
- sharp的基本意思是“鋒利的,尖銳的”,也可作“急轉的,陡峭的”“突然的,急劇的”“尖銳的,刺耳的”“強烈的,辛辣的,刺鼻的”“刺骨的,凜冽的,劇烈的”“蓄意中傷的,尖刻的,嚴厲的”解; 指人時,強調精明,不易受騙,指動作時強調機警、敏捷等,可作“靈敏的,機警的”“迅速的,敏捷的,活躍的”“過分精明的,狡猾的,不擇手段的”“時髦的,漂亮的”解。
- sharp, acute, keen
- 這組詞都有“鋒利的”“敏銳的”意思。其區別在于:sharp指人時,強調精明,不易受騙,指動作時強調機警、敏捷等; keen指刀尖或刀刃等“鋒利的”“銳利的”,用于比喻,指風“刺骨的”,味道“刺鼻的”,批評等“尖刻的,尖銳的”; acute指人的五官,感覺,智力等是尖銳的,也可指疾病是急性的。例如:
- She has a sharp nose.她嗅覺靈敏。
- There was a keen wind blowing from the east.有陣刺骨的寒風從東邊刮來。
- Dogs have an acute sense of smell.狗有敏銳的嗅覺。
- Pneumonia is an acute disease.肺炎是一種急性疾病。
- sharp, sharply
- 這兩個詞用法有所不同:sharply是普通常用副詞; 而sharp一般只用在look sharp, turn sharp left〔right〕這幾個習語中。例如:
- You go over the bridge and the road turns sharp left.你走過橋,路就突然地向左拐。
- They had never heard their father speak sharply before.他們以前從來沒有聽到過父親厲聲地說話。
- ☆ 直接源自古英語的scearp，意為切割，銳利。
- not blunt
- quick adv.
- sharply adv. 突然地,急劇地