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  1. sharply

    • IPA[ˈSHärplē]

    美式

    • adv.
      with a sharp or steeply tapering edge or point;with a sudden, piercing physical sensation or effect; intensely
    • 釋義

    副詞

    • 1. with a sharp or steeply tapering edge or point a sharply pointed tail sharply toothed jaws
    • 2. with a sudden, piercing physical sensation or effect; intensely my mouth stings sharply champagne can be sharply acidic
    • in a critical or hurtful manner; strongly or harshly the plans have been sharply criticized he made enemies by his sharply worded attacks on opponents
    • 3. in a way that is distinct in outline or detail; clearly the waitress had a sharply defined jaw sharply delineated images
    • 4. with a sudden and marked change; dramatically housing values have risen sharply a sharply deteriorating economy
    • with a sudden change of direction his car swerved sharply to the left each roof has ends that curve sharply upward
    • 5. with speed of perception, comprehension, or response a sharply observed account he had to react sharply to repel a shot at his near post
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    • IPA[ˈʃɑːpli]

    英式

    • adv.
      with a sharp or steeply tapering edge or point: a sharply pointed tail sharply toothed jaws

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