sharp


sharp
sharp [adj1] knifelike, cutting aciculate, acuate, acuminate, acuminous, acute, apical, barbed, briery, cuspate, cuspidate, edged, fine, ground fine, honed, horned, jagged, keen, keen-edged, knife-edged, needlelike, needle-pointed, peaked, pointed, pointy, prickly, pronged, razor-sharp, salient, serrated, sharp-edged, sharpened, spiked, spiky, spiny, splintery, stinging, tapered, tapering, thorny, tined, tipped, unblunted, whetted; concept 486 —Ant. blunt, dull sharp [adj2] sudden abrupt, distinct, extreme, intense, marked; concepts 581,799 —Ant. lazy, slow sharp [adj3] perceptive, quick-witted acute, adroit, alert, apt, astute, brainy, bright, brilliant, canny, clever, critical, cute, discerning, discriminating, fast, foxy*, having smarts*, ingenious, intelligent, keen, knowing, nimble, nobody’s fool*, not born yesterday*, observant, on the ball*, original, penetrating, penetrative, quick, quick on the trigger*, quick on the uptake*, ready, resourceful, savvy*, sensitive, slick, smart, smart as a tack*, subtle, wise; concept 402 —Ant. ignorant, stupid, unintelligent sharp [adj4] dishonest, deceitful artful, bent, crafty, cunning, designing, ornery, salty, shady, shrewd, slick, slippery, sly, smart, snaky, twofaced*, underhand, unethical, unscrupulous, wily; concept 545 —Ant. aboveboard, forthright, frank, honest sharp [adj5] severe, intense acute, agonizing, biting, cutting, distinct, distressing, drilling, excruciating, fierce, keen, knifelike, painful, paralyzing, penetrating, piercing, shooting, smart, sore, stabbing, stinging, violent; concepts 537,569 —Ant. calm, mild, moderate sharp [adj6] distinct, well-defined audible, clear, clear-cut, crisp, definite, explicit, obvious, visible; concept 535 —Ant. indefinite, indistinct, undefined sharp [adj7] stylish chic, classy, dashing, distinctive, dressy, excellent, fashionable, fine, first-class*, fly*, in style, smart, snappy*, swank*, tony*, trendy; concept 589 —Ant. boring, old-fashioned, unstylish sharp [adj8] hurtful, bitter in speech acrimonious, angry, barbed, biting, caustic, cutting, double-edged, harsh, incisive, inconsiderate, penetrating, peppery, piercing, pointed, pungent, sarcastic, sardonic, scathing, severe, short, stabbing, stinging, tart, thoughtless, trenchant, unceremonious, ungracious, virulent, vitriolic; concept 267 —Ant. benevolent, kind, nice sharp [adj9] having strong affect on animate senses acerbic, acid, acrid, active, astringent, austere, bitter, brisk, burning, harsh, hot, lively, odorous, piquant, pungent, sour, strongsmelling, suffocating, tart, vigorous, vinegary; concepts 537,598,613 —Ant. bland, calm, dull, flat, low, mild, moderate, tasteless sharp [adv] on time abruptly, accurately, bang, exactly, just, on the button*, on the dot*, precisely, promptly, punctually, right, smack-dab*, square, squarely, suddenly; concept 799 —Ant. late

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  • Sharp — Sharp, a. [Compar. {Sharper}; superl. {Sharpest}.] [OE. sharp, scharp, scarp, AS. scearp; akin to OS. skarp, LG. scharp, D. scherp, G. scharf, Dan. & Sw. skarp, Icel. skarpr. Cf. {Escarp}, {Scrape}, {Scorpion}.] 1. Having a very thin edge or fine …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sharp — K.K Rechtsform Kabushiki kaisha ISIN JP3359600008[1] Gründung …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • sharp — [shärp] adj. [ME < OE scearp, akin to Ger scharf, ON skarpr < IE * (s)kerb(h) < base * (s)ker , to cut > SHEAR, HARVEST, L caro, flesh] 1. suitable for use in cutting or piercing; having a very thin edge or fine point; keen 2. having… …   English World dictionary

  • sharp — sharp, keen, acute can all mean having a fine point or edge, but it is in several of their extended senses that they are most likely to come into comparison. As applied to persons or their qualities, especially of intellect, all three can… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

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  • sharp — sharp; sharp·en; sharp·en·er; sharp·er; sharp·ie; sharp·ish; sharp·ite; sharp·ly; sharp·ness; sharp·ster; un·sharp; …   English syllables

  • Sharp — Sharp, adv. 1. To a point or edge; piercingly; eagerly; sharply. M. Arnold. [1913 Webster] The head [of a spear] full sharp yground. Chaucer. [1913 Webster] You bite so sharp at reasons. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. Precisely; exactly; as, we shall… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Sharp EL-8 — von 1971 Der EL 8 von Sharp ist der erste mobile elektronische Taschenrechner der Welt, der in Serie gefertigt wurde. Er wurde im Januar 1971 eingeführt. Die Elektronik ist in vier von Rockwell hergestellten LSI ICs (large scale integration)… …   Deutsch Wikipedia


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