Translations for Sharpʃɑrp

1

sharp(adjective)

having a thin edge that can cut or a point that can pierce

a sharp knife.

2

sharp(adverb)

punctually

Come at six (o'clock) sharp.

3

sharp(noun)

a sharp note

sharps and flats.

4

sharp(adjective)

(of pictures, outlines etc) clear and distinct

the sharp outline of the mountain.

5

sharp(adverb)

with an abrupt change of direction

Turn sharp left here.

6

sharp(noun)

a sign (#) to show that a note is to be raised a semitone.

7

sharp(adjective)

(of changes in direction) sudden and quick

a sharp left turn.

8

sharp(adverb)

at too high a pitch

You're singing sharp.

9

sharp(adjective)

(of pain etc) keen, acute or intense

He gets a sharp pain after eating.

10

sharp(adjective)

(often with with ) severe

Don't be so sharp with the child!; She got a sharp reproach from me.

11

sharp(adjective)

alert

Dogs have sharp ears.

12

sharp(adjective)

shrill and sudden

a sharp cry.

13

sharp(adjective)

of a musical note, raised a semitone; too high in pitch

F sharp; That last note was sharp.

Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary

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