sharp lietuviškai

sharp vertimas 1. a 1) aštrus, smailus, nusmailintas; 2) ryškus; 3) status, staigus (posūkis); 4) perveriąs, spiegiantis; 5) protingas, sąmojingas; 6) aštrus (apie regėjimą, protą); 2. n muz. diezas;3. adv 1) tiksliai, lygiai; at 7 o'clock sharp lygiai 7 valandą; 2) aštriai; look sharp! nežiopsok!; saugokitės!

  • A sharp (n.) la diez
  • razor-sharp (adj.) aštrus kaip skustuvas
  • sharp edge (n.) ašmenys
  • sharp-eyed (adj.) aštraus žvilgsnio, akylas
  • sharp-set (adj.) išbadėjęs, godus, peralkęs
  • sharp-wittedly (adv.) nuovokiai, sumaniai, šaižiai, įžvalgiai
  • Sharp-tailed Grouse Smailiauodegis tetervinas
  • look sharp (v.) skubėti, paskubinti, paskubėti, skubinti, paskubėk! greičiau!
  • sharp practice () apgavimas, apgavystė, sukčiavimas
  • sharp-witted (adj.) aštraus proto, sąmojingas, subtilus, vos juntamas, švelnus
  • sharp-sighted (adj.) aštraus žvilgsnio, akylas
Paaiškinimas anglų kalba
  • (musical notation) a musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named Type of: musical notation
  • (sewing needle) a long thin sewing needle with a sharp point Type of: sewing needle
  • (distinct) of something seen or heard, clearly defined
  • (pointed) ending in a sharp point
  • (perceptive) having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions
  • (smart) marked by practical hardheaded intelligence
  • (high-pitched) having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones
  • (steep) extremely steep
  • (keenly, painfully felt) keenly and painfully felt; as if caused by a sharp edge or point Similar to: acute, cutting, fulgurating, salt
  • (made, thin edge) having or made by a thin edge or sharp point; suitable for cutting or piercing Similar to: carnassial, chisel-like, dagger-like, drill-like, edged, fang-like, file-like, incisive,...
  • (music) of a musical note, raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone Topic: music
  • (sudden) very sudden and in great amount or degree Similar to: sudden
  • (forceful) quick and forceful Similar to: forceful
  • (unpleasant) harsh or corrosive in tone
  • (sharply) changing suddenly in direction and degree

sharp sinonimai abrupt, acid, acrid, acrimonious, active, acuate, acute, alert, aromatic, artful, astute, attentive, audible, austere, awake, barbed, biting, bitter, blazing, bright, cantankerous, caustic, cheating, chic, clear, clear-cut, clever, cool, crafty, crisp, crotchety, cutting, deceitful, definite, discerning, discriminating, dishonest, distinct, dressy, eager, energetic, excruciating, fashionable, fierce, fresh, fretful, frigid, frosty, frozen, glacial, glaring, grinding, grumpy, harsh, highly seasoned, hot, icy, incisive, inclement, ingenious, intelligent, keen, knifelike, lancinate, lancinating, lemonlike, lemony, marked, mercurial, needlelike, observant, obvious, ornery, painful, peevish, penetrating, penetrative, peppery, perceptive, perfect, piercing, piquant, poignant, pointed, precipitous, pungent, quick, quick-witted, raw, razor-sharp, rigorous, rough, sagacious, savory, savoury, severe, sharpened, sharp-witted, sharp-worded, shrewd, shrill, sly, smart, snappish, sour, sourish, spicy, spiked, spiky, spiny, stabbing, steep, stinging, strident, strong, stylish, subtle, sulky, surly, tangy, tart, telling, testy, underhanded, unscrupulous, vigilant, violent, visible, waspish, watchful, well-defined, wintry, witty, acutely, sharply

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