sharp 是什么意思

sharp的中文意思是: 锋利的

sharp例句大全

  1. They really look sharp, very sharp.

    他们看上去很显眼,非常显眼。

  2. Birds have sharp eyes and Dogs have sharp noses .

    鸟有敏锐的视力,而狗有灵敏的嗅觉。

  3. They should look sharp.

    它们都应当抓紧。

  4. Made sharp or sharper.

    使得锋利或者更锋利。

  5. He has sharp eyes.

    他的眼光犀利。

  6. Sharp eyes, ears , reflexes

    灵敏的眼睛、耳朵、反应

  7. A sharp slanting blow.

    一种急速的倾斜的打击。

  8. The masses have sharp eyes.

    群众的眼睛是雪亮的。

  9. From far away drifted a faint , sharp yelp, followed by a chorus of similar sharp yelps.

    远方传来一阵微弱而尖锐的呼叫,随之是一阵相同的尖叫声的合奏。

  10. Scared idiots with sharp sticks.

    拿着尖木棒,受了惊吓的笨蛋。

  11. The eagle has sharp eyes.

    鹰有锐利的目光。

  12. Emma has a sharp tongue.

    艾玛说话很尖刻。

  13. A butcher needs sharp knives.

    屠夫需利刃。

  14. His horns look very sharp.

    他的角看起来非常尖利。

  15. This is a sharp knife .

    这是一把锋利的刀子。

  16. I want a sharp knife .

    我想要把锋利的小刀。

  17. Sharp turn ahead. Drive carefully.

    前有急弯,行车小心。

  18. Sharp tool edges and burrs.

    锋利的刀刃和毛刺。

  19. The violins were playing sharp.

    小提琴都奏得偏高。

  20. The knife is very sharp.

    刀子很锋利。

  21. I have sharp teeth & shark.

    我有尖利的牙齿&鲨鱼。

  22. Sharp conflicts are now arising .

    现在出现了强烈的冲突。

  23. He has a sharp tongue.

    他这张嘴可利害了。

  24. Cats have very sharp claws.

    猫有着锋利的脚爪。

  25. It is a sharp knife .

    它是一把锋利的小刀。

  26. He has a sharp knife .

    他有一把锋利的小刀。

  27. Sharp shooter or close range.

    高手所为或者近距离打击。

  28. A sharp photographic image ; the sharp crack of a twig ; the crisp snap of dry leaves underfoot .

    色彩鲜明的相片;树枝断裂的清晰声音;干树叶在脚下发出的清晰的声音。

  29. Theo looks so sharp right now.

    西奥现在看起来很犀利。

  30. Don't mess about with sharp knives.

    不要摆弄锋利的刀子。

  31. A sharp knife on a stone!

    是一刀在石上磨!

  32. Look out for the sharp turns.

    小心急转弯儿。

  33. her sharp wit and quick tongue

    她敏捷的才思和伶俐的口齿

  34. These two form a sharp contrast .

    二者之间形成了鲜明的对比。

  35. But the cobbler had sharp eyes.

    但这位补鞋匠的眼睛很好。

  36. feel a sudden sharp, local pain .

    感觉到突然的尖锐的疼痛。

  37. Because those things look really sharp.

    因为那些东西看起来真的很锐利。

  38. His nose was thin and sharp.

    他的鼻子又细又尖。

  39. The nail clippers are very sharp.

    这个指甲刀十分地锋利。

  40. Grade cutoff is sharp with in inches .

    数英寸内的品位变化很急剧。

sharp中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
锋利的;锐利的
A sharp point or edge is very thin and can cut through things very easily. A sharp knife, tool, or other object has a point or edge of this kind.
  1. The other end of the twig is sharpened into a sharp point to use as a toothpick...

    细枝的另一端被削尖用作牙签。

  2. Using a sharp knife, cut away the pith and peel from both fruits...

    用一把锋利的刀削去两种水果的外皮和中果皮。

  3. The ground was strewn with sharp-edged pebbles.

    地上铺满了棱角锋利的石子。

2
尖的;有尖角的
You can describe a shape or an object as sharp if part of it or one end of it comes to a point or forms an angle.
  1. His nose was thin and sharp.

    他的鼻子又细又尖。

  2. ...black sharp-toed cowboy boots.

    黑色尖头牛仔靴

3
突然转向的;急转弯的
A sharp bend or turn is one that changes direction suddenly.
  1. I was approaching a fairly sharp bend that swept downhill to the left.

    我正驶向下坡路上一个突然向左的急转弯。

4
(人)敏锐的,灵敏的,敏捷的,机灵的
If you describe someone as sharp, you are praising them because they are quick to notice, hear, understand, or react to things.
  1. He is very sharp, a quick thinker and swift with repartee...

    他非常机敏,反应很快,并且能说会道。

  2. Gates is known to be a superb analyst with a sharp eye and an excellent memory.

    盖茨是公认的杰出分析家,他目光敏锐且记忆力超群。

5
(言辞)激烈的,尖锐的,尖刻的,严厉的
If someone says something in a sharp way, they say it suddenly and rather firmly or angrily, for example because they are warning or criticizing you.
  1. 'Don't contradict your mother,' was Charles's sharp reprimand...

    “不要和你妈妈顶嘴,”查尔斯严厉地斥责道。

  2. That ruling had drawn sharp criticism from civil rights groups.

    那项判决已遭到了民权组织的严厉批评。

6
(变化、动作、感情等)急剧的,骤然的,大幅度的,强烈的
A sharp change, movement, or feeling occurs suddenly, and is great in amount, force, or degree.
  1. There's been a sharp rise in the rate of inflation...

    通货膨胀率已大幅上升。

  2. Tennis requires a lot of short sharp movements...

    打网球需要做大量快速而剧烈的动作。

  3. He felt a sharp pain in the abductor muscle in his right thigh.

    他感到右大腿外展肌一阵剧痛。

7
(差异)明显的,鲜明的;(图像、声音等)清晰的
A sharp difference, image, or sound is very easy to see, hear, or distinguish.
  1. Many people make a sharp distinction between humans and other animals...

    很多人认为人类和其他动物截然不同。

  2. Her reticence was in sharp contrast to the glamour and star status of her predecessors...

    她的寡言少语和前任们的光鲜亮丽、明星范儿十足形成了鲜明的对比。

  3. All the footmarks are quite sharp and clear...

    所有的脚印都清晰可见。

  4. We heard a voice sing out in a clear, sharp tone.

    我们听到了一阵清脆嘹亮的歌声。

8
(味道或气味)强烈的,苦的,冲的
A sharp taste or smell is rather strong or bitter, but is often also clear and fresh.
  1. ...a colourless, almost odourless liquid with a sharp, sweetish taste...

    一种几乎无气味的无色液体,尝起来微甜,味道很冲

  2. In the hot sun the rain-washed herbs smelled sharp and spicy and sweet all at once.

    烈日下,被雨水冲刷过的香草闻起来既冲又香气扑鼻。

9
(天气等)严寒的;(风)凛冽的
A sharp wind, or sharp cold, is so strong or intense that it almost hurts you when you are exposed to it.
  1. The wind was not as sharp and cruel as it had been.

    风不像刚才那么凛冽和凶猛了。

10
(衣服)整洁的,优雅的,时髦的
Sharp clothes are neat, elegant, and fashionable.
  1. Now politics is all about the right haircut and a sharp suit...

    现在政界讲究的无非是合适的发型和时髦的衣着。

  2. A sharp dresser, Wyatt is never seen in casual clothes.

    怀亚特衣着入时,从未有人见过他穿便装。

11
(…点)整;准时地
Sharp is used after stating a particular time to show that something happens at exactly the time stated.
  1. She planned to unlock the store at 8.00 sharp this morning.

    她打算今天早上 8 点整准时开门营业。

12
(用于音符后)升半音的(常用#符号表示)
Sharp is used after a letter representing a musical note to show that the note should be played or sung half a tone higher. Sharp is often represented by the symbol #.
  1. A solitary viola plucks a lonely, soft F sharp.

    一把中提琴独自奏出了一个寂寞柔和的升F 调。

13
(活动或工作中)最困难的部分,最危险的部分
If you say that someone is at the sharp end of a particular activity or type of work, you mean that they are involved in the most difficult or dangerous aspects of it.
  1. Vincent French is a real estate broker at the sharp end of a tough and exacting business...

    文森特·弗伦奇在房地产这个艰难行业做了最吃苦受累的不动产经纪人。

  2. Working at the sharp end, many of us have noted an increase in the number of patients attending surgeries.

    从事一线工作,我们很多人已经注意到来做手术的病人越来越多。

sharp用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
锋;尖
edge/point
2
锋利的;锐利的;尖的
having a fine edge or point, especially of sth that can cut or make a hole in sth
3
锋利的刀
a sharp knife
4
锋利的牙齿
sharp teeth
5
升;降;变化
rise/drop/change
6
急剧的,骤然的(变化)
sudden and rapid, especially of a change in sth
7
价格的骤降
a sharp drop in prices
8
犯罪率的急剧上升
a sharp rise in crime
9
失业人数的剧增
a sharp increase in unemployment
10
他听到猛地倒吸一口气的声音。
He heard a sharp intake of breath .
11
对青少年罪犯我们需要给以短暂但严厉的惩处。
We need to give young criminals a short, sharp shock (= a punishment that is very unpleasant for a short time) .
12
清楚;明确
clear/definite
13
清楚明确的;清晰的;鲜明的
clear and definite
14
清晰的轮廓
a sharp outline
15
这张照片不是很清晰。
The photograph is not very sharp (= there are no clear contrasts between areas of light and shade) .
16
她将国内政治和国际政治截然分开。
She drew a sharp distinction between domestic and international politics.
17
乌云渐渐散开,露出了蓝天,这和她的情绪形成了鲜明的对照。
In sharp contrast to her mood, the clouds were breaking up to reveal a blue sky.
18
必须使这个问题成为焦点。
The issue must be brought into sharper focus.
19
头脑;眼睛
mind/eyes
20
人或人的头脑、眼睛等
of people or their minds, eyes, etc.
21
敏锐的;灵敏的;敏捷的
quick to notice or understand things or to react
22
有敏锐的眼睛
to have sharp eyes
23
聪颖的女孩
a girl of sharp intelligence
24
很强的幽默感
a sharp sense of humour
25
他警惕地守望着,不放过任何一个陌生人。
He kept a sharp lookout for any strangers.
26
你能看到这一点,很有洞察力!
It was very sharp of you to see that!
27
批评性
critical
28
人或言语
of a person or what they say
29
尖锐的;严厉的
critical or severe
30
尖锐的批评
sharp criticism
31
埃玛说话尖刻。
Emma has a sharp tongue (= she often speaks in an unpleasant or unkind way) .
32
我迟到了,让他狠狠训了一通。
He was very sharp with me when I was late.
33
声音
sounds
34
突然而响亮的
loud, sudden and often high in tone
35
她清脆快速地宣读了名单。
She read out the list in sharp, clipped tones.
36
敲门声大作。
There was a sharp knock on the door.
37
感觉
feeling
38
感觉或感情
of a physical feeling or an emotion
39
(常指受伤似地)剧烈的,猛烈的
very strong and sudden, often like being cut or wounded
40
腿上一阵剧痛,疼得他龇牙咧嘴。
He winced as a sharp pain shot through his leg.
41
波利感到一阵强烈的嫉妒。
Polly felt a sharp pang of jealousy.
42
弯儿
curves
43
急转的
changing direction suddenly
44
公路上的急转弯
a sharp bend in the road
45
向左的急转
a sharp turn to the left
46
味道;气味
flavour/smell
47
强烈略苦的;辛辣的;刺鼻的
strong and slightly bitter
48
这奶酪味道很冲。
The cheese has a distinctively sharp taste.
49
霜;风
frost/wind
50
严寒的;凛冽的
used to describe a very cold or very severe frost or wind
51
狡诈
clever and dishonest
52
人或做事方式
of a person or their way of doing business
53
狡猾的;诡诈的
clever but possibly dishonest
54
他的律师是个老狐狸。
His lawyer's a sharp operator .
55
公司不得不面对竞争对手们的小动作。
The firm had to face some sharp practice from competing companies.
56
衣服
clothes
57
衣服或衣着风格
of clothes or the way sb dresses
58
时髦的;入时的
fashionable and new
59
顾问都是些衣着入时的男人。
The consultants were a group of men in sharp suits .
60
托德衣着时髦。
Todd is a sharp dresser .
61
脸;相貌
face/features
62
瘦削的;不丰满的
not full or round in shape
63
脸瘦而棱角分明的男人
a man with a thin face and sharp features (= a pointed nose and chin)
64
音乐
in music
65
(用于音符后,表示该音符)升半音的
used after the name of a note to mean a note a semitone/half tone higher
66
升C小调钢琴奏鸣曲
the Piano Sonata in C sharp minor
67
偏高音的
above the correct pitch (= how high or low a note sounds)
68
这个音听着偏高。
That note sounded sharp.
69
她的嗓音突然抬高了。
There was a sudden sharpness in her voice.
70
赶快;赶紧
used in orders to tell sb to be quick or to hurry
71
你得快点,不然就迟到了。
You'd better look sharp or you'll be late.
72
不聪明;迟钝
not intelligent
73
他的脑子一点儿也不灵活,是不是?
He's not exactly the sharpest knife in the drawer, is he?
74
最为困难(或责任极其重大)的地方(或职位)
the place or position of greatest difficulty or responsibility
75
他从这一行最为棘手的工作做起,当了推销员。
He started work at the sharp end of the business, as a salesman.
76
准确地
exactly
77
(用于表时间的词语后,表示准时)…整
used after an expression for a time of day to mean ‘exactly’
78
请七点整到这里。
Please be here at seven o'clock sharp.
79
左;右
left/right
80
向左 / 向右急转
turning suddenly to the left or right
81
音乐
music
82
偏高音地
above the correct pitch (= how high or low a note sounds)
83
升半音
a note played a semitone/half tone higher than the note that is named. The written symbol is ()
84
这支乐曲不好演奏,到处是升半音、降半音。
It's a difficult piece to play, full of sharps and flats.
85
锐利的东西(如针、注射器等)
things with a sharp edge or point, such as needles, and syringes
86
对有利刃或尖刺的东西的安全处置
the safe disposal of sharps
87
以上各词均形容味道或气味强烈、令人不适。
These words all describe a strong, unpleasant taste or smell.
88
指(味道或气味)强烈的、令人不适的,(食物或饮料)味苦的
(of a taste or smell) strong and usually unpleasant; (of food or drink) having a bitter taste
89
指(气味或味道)强烈的、令人不适的,(食物)味苦的,(烟)呛人的、刺鼻的:
(of a smell or taste) strong and usually unpleasant; (of food or smoke) having a pungent smell or taste
90
烧橡胶的刺鼻气味
the pungent smell of burning rubber
91
指(味道)酸的,(食物或饮料)有酸味的:
(of a taste) bitter like the taste of a lemon or of fruit that is not ripe; (of food or drink) having a sour taste
92
过多的果肉会让酒变酸。
Too much pulp produces a sour wine.
93
指(气味或味道)刺激的、难闻的,(烟)呛人的、刺鼻的:
(of a smell or taste) strong and unpleasant; (of smoke) having an acrid smell
94
燃烧轮胎产生的刺鼻气味
acrid smoke from burning tyres
95
指(味道或气味)强烈而略苦的、刺鼻的,(食物或饮料)味苦的、辛辣的:
(of a taste or smell) strong and slightly bitter; (of food or drink) having a sharp taste
96
这奶酪味道很冲。
The cheese has a distinctively sharp taste.
97
指(味道)酸的,(气味)有刺激性的,(食物或饮料)有酸味的
(of a taste or smell) bitter, like the taste of a lemon or of fruit that is not ripe; (of food or drink) having an acid taste
98
词语辨析
which word?
99
bitter、sour、sharp和acid多用以指味道。pungent和acrid多用以指气味。bitter的味道通常为苦的、令人不适的,有人却喜欢咖啡或巧克力的苦味;没有其他词可用来形容这种味道。sour和acid均形容柠檬或未熟水果的酸味。sour通常作贬义,acid既可作贬义,也可是纯粹描述。sharp或pungent主要强调味道强烈,而非令人不适,在描述奶酪的味道时尤其如此。pungent的气味通常令人不适,却有人喜欢浓烈的、加有香料的食物的气味。acrid的气味总是令人不适;acrid不用于指食物的气味。
Bitter , sour , sharp and acid are all used more for tastes. Pungent and acrid are used more for smells. A bitter taste is usually unpleasant, but some people enjoy the bitter flavour of coffee or chocolate. You cannot use any other word to describe this flavour. Sour and acid both describe the taste of a lemon or fruit that is not ripe. Sour is usually a negative term; acid can be negative or simply descriptive. A sharp or pungent flavour is more strong than unpleasant, especially when describing cheese. A pungent smell is usually unpleasant, but some people enjoy the pungent smell of rich, spicy food. An acrid smell is always unpleasant; acrid is not used for the smell of food.
sharp英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
a long thin sewing needle with a sharp point
2
a musical notation indicating one half step higher than the note named
3
marked by practical hardheaded intelligence
例子:
  1. a smart businessman
  2. an astute tenant always reads the small print in a lease
  3. he was too shrewd to go along with them on a road that could lead only to their overthrow

近义词: astute,shrewd

4
(of something seen or heard) clearly defined
例子:
  1. a sharp photographic image
  2. the sharp crack of a twig
  3. the crisp snap of dry leaves underfoot

近义词: crisp

5
having or made by a thin edge or sharp point;suitable for cutting or piercing
例子:
  1. a sharp knife
  2. a pencil with a sharp point
6
keenly and painfully felt;as if caused by a sharp edge or point
例子:
  1. a sharp pain
  2. sharp winds
7
quick and forceful
例子:
  1. a sharp blow
8
very sudden and in great amount or degree
例子:
  1. a sharp drop in the stock market
9
extremely steep
例子:
  1. an abrupt canyon
  2. the precipitous rapids of the upper river
  3. the precipitous hills of Chinese paintings
  4. a sharp drop

近义词: abrupt,precipitous

10
having or emitting a high-pitched and sharp tone or tones
例子:
  1. a shrill whistle
  2. a shrill gaiety

近义词: shrill

11
(of a musical note) raised in pitch by one chromatic semitone
例子:
  1. C sharp
12
having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions
例子:
  1. an acute observer of politics and politicians
  2. incisive comments
  3. icy knifelike reasoning
  4. as sharp and incisive as the stroke of a fang
  5. penetrating insight
  6. frequent penetrative observations

近义词: acute,discriminating,incisive,keen,knifelike,penetrating,penetrative,piercing

13
harsh
例子:
  1. sharp criticism
  2. a sharp-worded exchange
  3. a tart remark

近义词: sharp-worded,tart

14
ending in a sharp point

近义词: acuate,acute,needlelike

15
changing suddenly in direction and degree
例子:
  1. the road twists sharply after the light
  2. turn sharp left here
  3. the visor was acutely peaked
  4. her shoes had acutely pointed toes

近义词: sharply,acutely