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Sharp

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English

sharp
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sharp
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sharp
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sharp
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sharp
N

sharp
N

sharp
N

sharp

sharp reprimand
N

sharp-featured
ADJ

sharp-featured
ADJ

de vista penetrante
ADJ
sharp-sighted
ADJ

sharp-cornered
ADJ

sharp-cornered
ADJ

sharp-witted
ADJ

puntiaguda
ADJ
sharp-pointed
ADJ

puntiagudo
ADJ
sharp-pointed
ADJ


sharp end
N

sharp pain
N


sharp peak
N

sharp point
N

sharp jab
N

sharp pain
N

sharp reprimand
N

sharp reprimand
N

sharp point
N

sharp reply
N

réspice
NM
sharp reproof
N

sharp reprimand
N




to be sharp
V


any weapon or tool that can be used to cut or stab with a sharp edge or pointed end.

NM
arma blanca, Cualquier arma o herramienta que se puede usar para cortar punzar o herir usando un borde afilado o puntiagudo
any weapon or tool that can be used to cut or stab with a sharp edge or pointed end.


sharpening
ADJ


afilador
NM

sharpening
N

sharpness
N

sharpening
N

sharpening
N

amolador
NM
sharpener
N

sharpness
N

sharpness
N


sharpness
N


sharper
N

filo
NM
sharpness
N

sharper
N

fullera
NF
sharpy
N
Informal

sharper
N

fullero
NM
sharpy
N
Informal

sharpener
N

sharpness
N

sharpness
N

sharpness
N


tirador certero
NM
sharpshooter
N

tirador de elite
NM
sharpshooter
N

sharpener
N

sharpness
N

afilar
V

afilarse
V
to sharpen
V

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English Definitions

sharp
N
a musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named
sharp
N
a long thin sewing needle with a sharp point
sharp
(of something seen or heard) clearly defined
sharp
ending in a sharp point
sharp
having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions
sharp
marked by practical hardheaded intelligence
sharp
harsh
sharp
having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones
sharp
extremely steep
sharp
keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point
sharp
having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing
sharp
(of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone
sharp
very sudden and in great amount or degree
sharp
quick and forceful
sharp
changing suddenly in direction and degree
sharp tongue
N
a bitter or critical manner of speaking
sharp-angled
having sharp corners
sharp-cornered
having sharp corners
sharp-eared
having keen hearing
sharp-eyed
having very keen vision
sharp-eyed
keenly perceptive or alert
sharp-eyed
having keen eyesight
sharp-limbed
having sharp limbs
sharp-nosed
having a sharply pointed nose
sharp-pointed
having a sharp point
sharp-set
extremely hungry
sharp-sighted
having very keen vision
sharp-sighted
keenly perceptive or alert
N
sharpness of vision; the visual ability to resolve fine detail (usually measured by a Snellen chart)
sharp-sightedness
N
lively attentiveness
N
large grouse of prairies and open forests of western North America
sharp-tasting
somewhat bitter
sharp-toothed
having sharp teeth
sharp-worded
harsh
sharpen
V
make sharp or sharper
sharpen
V
make crisp or more crisp and precise
sharpen
V
become sharp or sharper
sharpen
V
put (an image) into focus
sharpen
V
make (images or sounds) sharp or sharper
sharpen
V
raise the pitch of (musical notes)
sharpen
V
give a point to
sharpen
V
make (one's senses) more acute
having the point made sharp
sharpened
made sharp or sharper
sharpener
N
any implement that is used to make something (an edge or a point) sharper
sharper
N
a professional card player who makes a living by cheating at card games
N
an alert and energetic person
sharpie
N
a professional card player who makes a living by cheating at card games
N
a pen with indelible ink that will write on any surface
sharpie
N
a shallow-draft sailboat with a sharp prow, flat bottom, and triangular sail; formerly used along the northern Atlantic coast of the United States
English Definitions from WordNet 3.0
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