sharp

  核心詞匯  
[?ɑ?p]     [?ɑ?rp]    
  • 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
sharply sharper sharpest sharpness sharped sharped sharping sharps
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sharp的英文翻譯是什么意思,詞典釋義與在線翻譯:

詳盡釋義

adj. (形容詞)
  1. 鋒利的,銳利的
  2. 急轉的
  3. 辛辣的
  4. 尖的
  5. 精明的
  6. 狡猾的
  7. 急劇的
  8. 明顯的
  9. 敏銳的
  10. 嚴厲的,苛刻的
  11. 升半音的
  12. 機警的
  13. 輪廓鮮明的
  14. 刺耳的
  15. 易怒的
  16. 敏捷的
  17. 激烈的,強烈的
adv. (副詞)
  1. 急劇地
  2. 突然地,急速地
  3. 銳利地,尖銳地
  4. 機警地,警覺地
  5. 整點
  6. 【音】偏高地,偏高音地,升半音地
  7. 準時地
  8. 向左/向右急轉
  9. 輕快地
n. (名詞)
  1. 【音】升半音,升記號,升音,升號
  2. <口>騙子
  3. 縫衣長針,細長針
  4. 夏普(音譯名)
  5. <美俚>內行,專家
  6. 醫療用利器
v. (動詞)
  1. 【音】升音演唱
  2. 【音】把(音調)提高半音
  3. 磨利,磨快,磨
  4. 【音】提高音調,提高半音
  5. 騙,欺詐

雙解釋義

adj. (形容詞)
  1. 鋒利的,尖銳的 having a fine edge or point; capable of cutting or piecing; not blunt
  2. 急轉的,陡峭的; 突然的,急劇的 changing direction suddenly; abruptly
  3. 輪廓鮮明的,明顯的,清晰的 well-defined; distinct; clear
  4. 刺骨的,凜冽的; 劇烈的 producing a physical sensation of cutting or piecing; keen
  5. 靈敏的,機警的 quickly aware of things; acute; alert
  6. 蓄意中傷的,尖刻的,嚴厲的 intended or intending to criticize, injure, etc.harsh; severe
  7. 過分精明的,狡猾的,不擇手段的 quick to take advantage of sb/sth; unscrupulous
  8. 時髦的,漂亮的 smart or stylish
  9. [P] 偏高的,升半音的 above normal or correct pitch; raised half a tone in pitch
adv. (副詞)
  1. 準時地 punctually
  2. 突然地,急劇地 suddenly; abruptly
  3. 偏高 above the correct pitch

英英釋義

Noun:
  1. a musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named

  2. a long thin sewing needle with a sharp point

Adjective:
  1. (of something seen or heard) clearly defined;

    "a sharp photographic image"
    "the sharp crack of a twig"
    "the crisp snap of dry leaves underfoot"

  2. ending in a sharp point

  3. having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions;

    "an acute observer of politics and politicians"
    "incisive comments"
    "icy knifelike reasoning"
    "as sharp and incisive as the stroke of a fang"
    "penetrating insight"
    "frequent penetrative observations"

  4. 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"

  5. harsh;

    "sharp criticism"
    "a sharp-worded exchange"
    "a tart remark"

  6. having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones ;

    "a shrill whistle"
    "a shrill gaiety"

  7. extremely steep;

    "an abrupt canyon"
    "the precipitous rapids of the upper river"
    "the precipitous hills of Chinese paintings"
    "a sharp drop"

  8. keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point;

    "a sharp pain"
    "sharp winds"

  9. having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing;

    "a sharp knife"
    "a pencil with a sharp point"

  10. (of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone;

    "C sharp"

  11. very sudden and in great amount or degree;

    "a sharp drop in the stock market"

  12. quick and forceful;

    "a sharp blow"

Adverb:
  1. 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"

sharp的用法和樣例:

例句

用作形容詞 (adj.)
  1. Cats have sharp claws.
    貓有鋒利的爪子。
  2. There is a sharp drop in the prices.
    價格出現暴跌。
  3. It was very sharp of you to have noticed that.
    你注意到了這一點是夠機靈的。
  4. Bring the object into focus if you want a sharp photograph.
    要照出清晰的照片,就要把焦點對準物體。
  5. The cheese is a little too sharp for me.
    我覺得這干酪味道重了點。
用作副詞 (adv.)
  1. We arrived at three(o'clock) sharp.
    我們在三點整到達。
  2. The car turned sharp left.
    那部車向左急轉彎。
  3. He is singing sharp.
    他唱得偏高一點。

常見句型

用作形容詞 (adj.)
用作定語 ~+ n.
  1. He scraped at the wound with a sharp blade of stone.
    他用一塊鋒利的石頭刮傷口。
  2. We'll need a sharp knife to cut the beefsteak.
    我們需要一把快刀來切牛排。
  3. The road is full of sharp turns.
    那條路有許多急轉彎。
  4. The General Motors Corporation had reported a sharp drop in profits on Tuesday.
    通用汽車公司曾在星期二報告說該公司的利潤急劇下降。
  5. There had been a sharp rise in the patient's temperature during the night.
    夜間病人的體溫曾急劇上升。
  6. There were sharp differences of opinion between the two.
    兩人的意見存在著明顯的分歧。
  7. Black hair is a sharp contrast to fair skin.
    黑色的頭發與白皙的皮膚形成鮮明對比。
  8. The branch broke with a sharp crack.
    樹枝折斷時發出刺耳的噼啪聲。
  9. This salad dressing has a sharp taste.
    這種生菜的調味品味道辛辣。
  10. Sharp stomachs make short graces.
    衣食足然后知禮儀。
  11. The mountain climbers struggled against the sharp wind.
    登山隊員們冒著刺骨的寒風前進。
  12. He felt a sudden sharp pain in his heart.
    他突然感到心臟一陣劇痛。
  13. She experienced a sharp pang of disappointment.
    她經歷了失望的巨大痛苦。
  14. Birds have sharp eyes and dogs have sharp noses.
    鳥有敏銳的視力,而狗有靈敏的嗅覺。
  15. It takes sharp eyes to see the flaw.
    要有好的眼力才能看見這條裂縫。
  16. The company keeps a sharp watch on the market.
    這家公司很注意市場的情況。
  17. I have a very sharp recollection of my last talk with him two years ago.
    兩年前我和他最后一次談話的情景仍歷歷在目。
  18. She got a sharp reproach from her boss.
    她受到了上司的嚴厲申斥。
  19. In the face of sharp criticisms the young scientist still stuck to his colours.
    面對著尖銳的批評這位青年科學家依然堅持自己的主張。
  20. The boxer gave his opponent a sharp blow on the head.
    那位拳擊手給了對手頭部迅速而有力的一擊。
  21. His sharp business dealings earned him a bad reputation.
    他靠欺詐經商,名聲很壞。
  22. He's a very sharp man.
    他是一個衣著非常時髦的人。
  23. He was always the sharpest kid in the block when he was dressed up.
    他打扮起來總是街區里最帥的小伙子。
用作表語 S+be+~
  1. This knife is very sharp.
    這把小刀很鋒利。
  2. The point of a needle is sharp.
    針尖是銳利的。
  3. I can't cut with a knife that isn't sharp.
    我不能用鈍的刀子切削。
  4. He is ninety years old, but his mind is sharp.
    他雖然90歲了,但頭腦還很靈活。
  5. That photograph isn't very sharp.
    那幅照片色彩不很鮮明。
  6. We must be sharp if we are to catch the train.
    如果我們要搭這班火車,必須趕快走。
  7. It was late autumn and the night wind was sharp.
    已經是深秋了,晚風刺骨。
  8. Their hunger pangs were sharper than my pangs of conscience.
    他們饑餓的劇痛比我內疚的痛苦更強烈。
  9. Sometimes the customer may be sharper than the dealer.
    有時候顧客可能比商人還要精明。
  10. That note sounded sharp.
    那個音調聽起來偏高。
S+be+~+ prep .-phrase
  1. He was sharp about money.
    他對錢是很精明的。
  2. The girl is sharp at music.
    這個女孩對音樂的感受力很靈敏。
  3. She is too sharp for me.
    她比我精明多了。
  4. He is sharp upon his son.
    他對待兒子很苛刻。
  5. She was sharp with her son who was late for dinner.
    她兒子沒有及時回家吃飯,她就對他大發脾氣。
用作副詞 (adv.)
用作狀語
  1. Please be on hand at 12 sharp.
    請在12點整到這里來。
  2. I went to bed at 11:30 sharp last night.
    我昨晚11點半準時上床睡覺。
  3. Tell him I'll be there at eleven sharp.
    告訴他我十一點整在那兒。
  4. Be at my home at six o'clock sharp, not a second before or after.6
    點鐘準時到我家,不能早一秒,也不能遲一秒。
  5. Turn sharp right at the next corner.
    在下一個拐彎處向右急轉。
  6. The road turns sharp to the left.
    公路向左急轉彎。
  7. The car stopped too sharp.
    汽車突然停住。
  8. Food prices rose the sharpest.
    食品價格上漲得最厲害。
  9. The violin sounds a little sharp—can you come down a little?
    小提琴音聽起來偏高了些,你調低一點好嗎?
  10. She ruined her performance by singing sharp.
    她因唱得音調過高而破壞了她的演出。

常用短語

用作形容詞 (adj.)
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
    欺詐手段 dishonesty
sharp's the word
    趕快 be quick〔hurry〕
用作副詞 (adv.)
look sharp
    趕快 be quick

詞匯搭配

用作形容詞 (adj.)
~+名詞 ~+介詞

經典引文

  • 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的詳細講解:

詞語用法

adj. (形容詞)
  1. 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。
  2. sharp在句中可用作定語或表語。
adv. (副詞)
  1. sharp用作副詞的意思是“準時地”,指時間的“正點”。
  2. sharp也可作“突然地,急劇地”解,指方向的急轉。
  3. sharp還可作“偏高”解,指樂聲偏高或升半音。

詞義辨析

adj. (形容詞)
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。
  • adv. (副詞)
    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。
  • keen,acute,sharp,shrewd
  • 這些形容詞均有“銳利的、敏銳的、機敏的”之意。
  • keen多指對復雜艱深的事物或問題有敏銳的觀察和敏捷的理解。
  • acute側重感覺敏銳,能分辨出一般人難以覺察的細微區別。
  • sharp指人頭腦精明、敏銳或機警。
  • shrewd指有頭腦,善于判斷分析,精明過人。
  • 詞源解說

    • ☆ 直接源自古英語的scearp,意為切割,銳利。
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