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  1. sharp

    • IPA[ʃɑːp]

    美式

    英式

    • adj.
      尖的;驟然的; 刺耳的; 劇烈的
    • adv.
      以偏高音;驟然
    • n.
      升半音
    • 名詞複數:sharps

    • 比較級:sharper 最高級:sharpest

    • 釋義
    • 同反義
    • 相關詞

    形容詞

    • 1. 尖的 a sharp angle 尖角 a sharp corner or turn 急轉彎
    • 2. 驟然的; 刺耳的; 劇烈的 to make a sharp movement 猛地一動 a sharp fall/rise in price 價格的陡降/陡升
    • 3. 清晰的; 鮮明的 a sharp distinction 明顯的區別
    • 4. 聰穎的; 敏銳的; 靈敏的 to keep a sharp lookout (for sth.) 密切注意(某事物) she has a sharp eye for a bargain! 她很會淘便宜貨!
    • 5. 精明的 he is a sharp operator 他是個老狐狸 that's sharp work! 這事幹得真絕!
    • 6. 苦澀的; 刺鼻的
    • 7. 刺骨的; 劇烈的
    • 8. 尖刻的 the school teacher had a sharp tongue 那個老師說話尖酸刻薄
    • 9. 時髦的 he/she is a sharp dresser 他/她衣著入時
    • 10. 升半音的; 偏高音的

    副詞

    • 1. 以偏高音 sopranos tend to sing sharp on the high notes 女高音在唱高音時往往偏高
    • 2. 驟然 you need to turn sharp left/right 你得馬上左轉/右轉
    • 3. 準時地 at 9 o'clock sharp 在9點整 the party had to stop sharp on midnight 聚會不得不在午夜12點整結束

    名詞

    • 1. 升半音

    同義詞

    1. (of an object) having an edge or point that is able to cut or pierce something

    2. tapering to a point or edge

    3. producing a sudden, piercing physical sensation or effect

    4. (of a food, taste, or smell) acidic and intense

    5. (of a sound) sudden and penetrating

    6. (of words or a speaker) critical or hurtful

    7. (of an emotion or experience) felt acutely or intensely; painful

    8. distinct in outline or detail; clearly defined

    9. (of an action or change) sudden and marked

    10. (of a bend, angle, or turn) making a sudden change of direction

    11. having or showing speed of perception, comprehension, or response

    12. quick to take advantage, especially in an unscrupulous or dishonest way

    13. (of clothes or their wearer) smart and stylish

    14. precisely (used after an expression of time)

    15. in a sudden or abrupt way

    反義詞

    「1. (of an object) having an edge or point that is able to cut or pierce something」的反義字

    「2. tapering to a point or edge」的反義字

    「3. (of a food, taste, or smell) acidic and intense」的反義字

    「4. (of a sound) sudden and penetrating」的反義字

    「5. (of words or a speaker) critical or hurtful」的反義字

    「6. distinct in outline or detail; clearly defined」的反義字

    「7. (of an action or change) sudden and marked」的反義字

    「8. having or showing speed of perception, comprehension, or response」的反義字

    「9. quick to take advantage, especially in an unscrupulous or dishonest way」的反義字

    「10. (of clothes or their wearer) smart and stylish」的反義字

    「11. precisely (used after an expression of time)」的反義字

    • n.
      騙子
    • n.
      騙子
    • sharp的動詞過去式、過去分詞
    • sharp的形容詞、副詞最高級
    • sharp的名詞複數
    • 騙子,欺詐者,賭棍

    PyDict

    • ph.
      留神; 注意 It pays to look sharp in traffic. 注意交通安全是值得的。 You'll have to look sharp if you want to be on time. 如果你想準時的話, 就得趕快。
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    美式

    • adj.
      鋒利的;尖的 You must be very careful with this sharp knife. 你用這把鋒利的刀子必須很小心。
    • adv.
      整(指時刻)[Z] The lecture started at three o'clock sharp. 演講於三點整開始。
    • n.[C]
      【音】升半音;升記號[#]
    • vt.
      【音】把(音調)提高半音
    • vi.
      【音】升音演唱(或演奏)
    • 鋒利的,銳利的

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