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  1. sharp

    • IPA[ʃɑːp]

    英式

    • adj.
      (of an object) having an edge or point that is able to cut or pierce something;tapering to a point or edge
    • adv.
      precisely (used after an expression of time);in a sudden or abrupt way
    • n.
      a musical note raised a semitone above natural pitch.;the sign ♯, indicating a sharp.
    • v.
      raise the pitch of (a note) by a semitone;cheat or swindle (someone), especially at cards
    • noun: sharp, plural noun: sharps

    • verb: sharp, 3rd person present: sharps, gerund or present participle: sharping, past tense: sharped, past participle: sharped

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    • 相關詞
    • 片語
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of an object) having an edge or point that is able to cut or pierce something:

      cut the cake with a very sharp knife

      keep tools sharp

    • 2. tapering to a point or edge:

      a sharp pencil

      her face was thin and her nose sharp

    • 3. (of sand or gravel) composed of angular grains.
    • 4. producing a sudden, piercing physical sensation or effect:

      I suddenly felt a sharp pain in my back

    • 5. (of a food, taste, or smell) acidic and intense:

      fresh goats' milk cheese has a slightly sharper flavour than fromage frais

    • 6. (of a sound) sudden and penetrating:

      there was a sharp crack of thunder

    • 7. (of words or a speaker) critical or hurtful:

      she feared his sharp tongue

      he could be very sharp with her

    • 8. (of an emotion or experience) felt acutely or intensely; painful:

      her sharp disappointment was tinged with embarrassment

    • 9. distinct in outline or detail; clearly defined:

      the job was a sharp contrast from her past life

      the scene was as sharp and clear in his mind as a film

    • 10. (of an action or change) sudden and marked:

      there was a sharp increase in interest rates

      he heard her sharp intake of breath

    • 11. (of a bend, angle, or turn) making a sudden change of direction:

      the bus creaked round a sharp hairpin bend

    • 12. having or showing speed of perception, comprehension, or response:

      her sharp eyes missed nothing

      his old mind was not so sharp as it once was

    • 13. quick to take advantage, especially in an unscrupulous or dishonest way:

      Paul's a sharp operator

    • 14. (of musical sound) above true or normal pitch.
    • 15. (of a note) a semitone higher than a specified note:

      F sharp

    • 16. (of a key) having a sharp or sharps in the signature.
    • 17. (of clothes or their wearer) smart and stylish:

      they were greeted by a young man in a sharp suit

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. precisely (used after an expression of time):

      the meeting starts at 7.30 sharp

    • 2. in a sudden or abrupt way:

      turn sharp right at the corner

      he was brought up sharp by Helen's voice

    • 3. above the true or normal pitch of musical sound:

      he heard him playing a little sharp on the high notes

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a musical note raised a semitone above natural pitch.
    • 2. the sign ♯, indicating a sharp.
    • 3. a long, sharply pointed needle used for general sewing.
    • 4. a thing with a sharp edge, such as a blade or a fragment of glass:

      the safe disposal of sharps and clinical waste

    • 5. a swindler or cheat.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. raise the pitch of (a note) by a semitone:

      if you raise a note by one fret, you have sharped the note

    • 2. cheat or swindle (someone), especially at cards:

      the fellow is drunk, let's sharp him

    • n. a swindler, especially at cards.

    • if you raise a note by one fret, you have sharped the note

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    • n. a swindler, especially at cards.

    • if you raise a note by one fret, you have sharped the note

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    • n. a sign placed before a musical note to indicate that it is to be raised two semitones.

    • if you raise a note by one fret, you have sharped the note

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    • adj. having a sharp edge or edges:

    • sharp-edged weapons

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    • n. a sign placed before a musical note to indicate that it is to be raised two semitones.

    • sharp-edged weapons

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    • ph. be quick

    • sharp-edged weapons

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    • adj. (of a person) having well-defined facial features:

    • she was expensively dressed, sharp-featured, and bad-tempered

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    • adj. (of a person) quick to notice and understand things:

    • she's a sharp-witted interviewer with a knack for extracting embarrassing quotes

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    • IPA[SHärp]

    美式

    • adj.
      (of an object) having an edge or point that is able to cut or pierce something:
    • cut the cake with a very sharp knife

      keep tools sharp

    • adv.
      precisely (used after an expression of time):
    • the meeting starts at 7:30 sharp
    • n.
      a musical note raised a semitone above natural pitch.
    • v.
      raise the pitch of (a note) by a semitone:
    • if you raise a note by one fret, you have sharped the note

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