English → English - sharp

Pronunciation
n. something sharp; sewing needle; sharper; swindler, cheater; professional gambler; musical tone half a step higher than a given note; mark indicating such a tone
v. sing or play above the proper key, sing or play out of tune (Music)
adj. having a thin edge intended for cutting, not blunt; pointed; sudden; having a strong pungent taste or smell; shrill, high-pitched; caustic, biting; clear; smart; pitched half a step higher (Music)

English → Spanish - sharp

Pronunciation
s. sostenido
v. marcar con un sostenido
adj. afilado, agudo, apuntado, cortante, filoso, incisivo, puntiagudo, puntudo, punzante, rasposo, tajante; bien definido; acre, ácido; listo, astuto, avispado, brillante, perspicaz, sagaz, sutil; brusco

English → French - sharp

Pronunciation
n. tranchant, aiguisé, pointu, net, brusque; dièse (musique )
v. trancher; affiler; tailler en pointe; diéser (musique)
adj. tranchant, affilé, aigu, pointu; piquant; perçant; fin, subtil, éveillé; rusé, malin; clair, évident; rapide; urgent; puissant; dièse (musique)

English → German - sharp

Pronunciation
[Sharp] n. Sharp, japanisches Unternehmen (in Japan in 1912 von Tokuji Hayakawa gegründet), Hersteller von elktronischen Geräte für den Heim und Geschäftsverbrauch
n. Kreuz; Erhöhungszeichen; erhöhtrer Ton (Musik)
v. um einen halben Ton erhöht (Musik)

English → Indonesian - sharp

Pronunciation
n. penipu, pemain licik, pemain yg curang, kenaikan tinggi nada setengah tajam, kelebihan tinggi nada setengah tajam
v. menipu
a. tajam, runcing, rancap, mancung, curang, jelas, jeli, dingin, licik, menusuk: yg menusuk, sengit, nyaring, dahsyat, keras, pedas, bersanding, seru, ganteng, tampan
adv. tepat, mendadak: dgn mendadak, tiba-tiba, melengking: secara melengking

English → Italian - sharp

Pronunciation
s. (Mus) diesis; ago lungo e appuntito; (am; sl) esperto, conoscitore
v. (Mus) alzare di un semitono; diesizzare, diesare; (sl) raggirare, imbrogliare, truffare, (volg) fregare
agg. affilato, tagliente; aguzzo, angoloso; brusco, improvviso; nitido, distinto, netto, chiaro; spiccato, marcato; intenso, acuto, penetrante, pungente; secco, reciso; sveglio, perspicace, pronto

English → Polish - sharp

Pronunciation
n. krzyżyk {muz.}, głoska twarda, oszust {pot.}, szuler, spec {żart.}
v. zaostrzyć, oszukać, cyganić, zaśpiewać: za wysoko zaśpiewać, zaostrzać, oszukiwać
a. ostry, spiczasty, pojętny, wyraźny, raźny, przejmujący, przenikliwy, przeraźliwy, piskliwy, dojmujący, bezdźwięczny, gwałtowny, kąśliwy, uszczypliwy, pikantny, inteligentny, sprytny, lotny
adv. ostro, punktualnie, wyraźnie

English → Portuguese - sharp

Pronunciation
s. trapaceiro, impostor; sustenido, som agudo (Música)
v. desafinar em meio-tom (na música)
adj. afiado; agudo; picante; rígido; penetrante; fogoso; astuto; distinto; veloz; atento; impetuoso; som agudo (música)

English → Romanian - sharp

Pronunciation
n. consoană surdă {lingv.}, escroc {fam.}, tâlhar
v. ridica tonul, pungăşi, înşela
a. ascuţit, tăios, vioiciune: cu vioiciune, sarcastic, ironic, înţepător, precis, exact, brusc, abrupt, acru, iute, pătrunzător {fig.}, fin, ager, isteţ, inteligent, decis, abil, şiret, şmecher, aprins, aprig, crunt, înverşunat, surd {lingv.}, mut, energic, violent, scrupul: fără scrupul
adv. brusc, precis, exact, fix, subit

English → Russian - sharp

Pronunciation
с. жулик, мошенник, знаток; диез
г. плутовать; ставить диез
прил. острый, отточенный, остроконечный; крутой, резкий; остроумный; проницательный, наблюдательный; продувной; едкий; пронзительный; тонкий, чуткий; раздражительный; недобросовестный; быстрый, энергичный; модный, экстравагантный; диезный, повышенный на полтона

English → Turkish - sharp

Pronunciation
f. tizleştirmek, hile yapmak, oyunda hile yapmak, üçkâğıtçılık yapmak
i. kaba kepek, diyez nota, yarım ton inceltilmiş ses
s. keskin, açıkgöz, kesici, sivri, göze çarpan, bariz, sek, ekşi, sert, şiddetli, seri, çabuk, net, eli çabuk, tez canlı, coşkun, zeki, uyanık, kurnaz, dolandırıcı, hileli, ince, tiz, diyez, zarif, kibar, şık

English → Ukrainian - sharp

Pronunciation
n. шахрай, знавець, діез
v. шахраювати
a. гострий, крутий, виразний, сильний, дотепний, зострий, колючий
adv. точно, круто

French → English - sharp

Pronunciation
n. Sharp, American corporation headquartered in New Jersey, manufacturer of electronic components for home and business use

English → Dutch - sharp

Pronunciation
zn. kruis (muziek), noot met een kruis; oplichter
ww. vals spelen met muziek-een toon te laag of te hoog spelen
bn. scherp; scherp (v. smaak); verstandig (heldere geest); duidelijk, helder; snel, vlug; helder (in de muziek); krachtig

English → Greek - sharp

Pronunciation
ουσ. δίεση, απατεών
επίθ. κοφτερός, κοπτερός, αιχμηρός, οξύς, ριμύς, πανούργος, έξυπνος
επίρ. ακριβώς

English → Arabic - sharp

Pronunciation
‏طرف حاد، علامة الرفع، إبرة خياطة طويلة حادة الرأس‏
‏شحذ، سن‏
‏قارس، حاد، لاذع، ذكي، واضح، دقيق، قاطع، نشيط، قاسي، ضار، حامض، عنيف، حريف، قارص، صارم، رشيق، صارخ، أنيق، رقيق، ثاقب، وعر، مبرح، تماما‏

English → Chinese - sharp

Pronunciation
(名) 高调, 利刃, 内行
(动) 提高半音; 升音演唱
(形) 锐利的, 明显的, 锋利的

English → Chinese - sharp

Pronunciation
(名) 高調, 利刃, 內行
(動) 提高半音; 升音演唱
(形) 銳利的, 明顯的, 鋒利的

English → Hindi - sharp

Pronunciation
n. ठग, धूर्त, माहिर, विशेषज्ञ, नोक, धारा
a. तेज़, तीव्र, तीक्षण, नुकीला, कुशाग्र, तीखा, चोखा, साफ़, स्पष्ट, समझदार, बुद्धिमान, कुशाग्र-बुद्धि, प्रखर, जागरूक, चौकन्ना, कुशल, निपूण
adv. ठीक, एकाएक, अचानक

English → Japanese - sharp

Pronunciation
(名) 嬰音; 嬰音記号; 詐欺師
(動) 半音上げる; 高く歌う
(形) 鋭い; 険しい; とがった; 急に曲がる; 膚を刺すような; はっきりした

English → Korean - sharp

Pronunciation
명. 날카로운 것; 바느질 바늘; 뾰족한 것; 사기꾼; 전문 도박가; 반음 올림표; 음악에서 반음 올림
동. 높이를 올리다, 사취하다, 갈다, 반음 올려서 노래하다, 반음 올려서 연주하다, 속이다, 빨다
형. 날카로운, 예리한; 끝이 뾰족한; 갑작스런; 맛이나 냄새가 강렬한; 드높은 소리의; 통렬한, 신랄한; 영리한; 반음 올림의(#, 음악)

English → Vietnamese - sharp

Pronunciation
n. nhà chuyên môn, người thông thạo, dấu cao nữa âm
v. lường gạt
a. bén, sắc, nhọn, xảo quyệt, tinh quái, lanh lợi, khôn ngoan, kịch liệt
adv. thình lình

Definition of sharp

Pronunciation
Adjective
1. Able to cut easily.
I keep my knives sharp so that they don't slip unexpectedly while carving.
2. Intelligent.
My nephew is a sharp lad; he can count to 100 in six languages, and he's only five years old.
3. Terminating in a point or edge; not obtuse or rounded.
Ernest made the pencil too sharp and accidentally stabbed himself with it.
A sharp hill;
A face with sharp features
4. Higher than usual by one semitone (denoted by the symbol ? after the name of the note).
5. Higher in pitch than required.
The orchestra's third violin several times was sharp about an eighth of a tone.
6. Having an intense, acrid flavour.
Milly couldn't stand sharp cheeses when she was pregnant, because they made her nauseated.
7. Sudden and intense.
A pregnant woman during labor normally experiences a number of sharp contractions.
8. Illegal or dishonest.
Michael had a number of sharp ventures that he kept off the books.
9. Keenly or unduly attentive to one's own interests; shrewd.
A sharp dealer;
A sharp customer
10. Exact, precise, accurate; keen.
You'll need sharp aim to make that shot.
11. Offensive, critical, or acrimonious.
Sharp criticism;  When the two rivals met, first there were sharp words, and then a fight broke out.
12. Stylish or attractive.
You look so sharp in that tuxedo!
13. Observant; alert; acute.
Keep a sharp watch on the prisoners. I don't want them to escape!
14. Forming a small angle; especially, forming an angle of less than ninety degrees.
Drive down Main for three quarters of a mile, then make a sharp right turn onto Pine.
15. Steep; precipitous; abrupt.
A sharp ascent or descent;
A sharp turn or curve
16. Said of as extreme a value as possible.
Sure, any planar graph can be five-colored. But that result is not sharp: in fact, any planar graph can be four-colored. That is sharp: the same can't be said for any lower number.
17. Tactical; risky.
18. Piercing; keen; severe; painful.
A sharp pain;
The sharp and frosty winter air
19. Eager or keen in pursuit; impatient for gratification.
A sharp appetite
20. Fierce; ardent; fiery; violent; impetuous.
21. Composed of hard, angular grains; gritty.
Sharp sand
22. Uttered in a whisper, or with the breath alone; aspirated; unvoiced.
Adverb
23. To a point or edge; piercingly; eagerly; sharply.
24. Exactly.
I'll see you at twelve o'clock sharp.
25. In a higher pitch than is correct or desirable.
I didn't enjoy the concert much because the tenor kept going sharp on the high notes.
Noun
26. The symbol ?, placed after the name of a note in the key signature or before a note on the staff to indicate that the note is to be played a semitone higher.
The pitch pipe sounded out a perfect F? (F sharp).
Transposition frequently is harder to read because of all the sharps and flats on the staff.
27. A note that is played a semitone higher than usual; denoted by the name of the note that is followed by the symbol ?.
28. A note that is sharp in a particular key.
The piece was difficult to read after it had been transposed, since in the new key many notes were sharps.
29. The scale having a particular sharp note as its tonic.
Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata" is written in C? minor (C sharp minor.)
30. Something that is sharp.
Place sharps in the specially marked red container for safe disposal.
31. A sharp tool or weapon.
33. A scalpel or other edged instrument used in surgery.
34. A dishonest person; a cheater.
The casino kept in the break room a set of pictures of known sharps for the bouncers to see.
35. Part of a stream where the water runs very rapidly.
36. A sewing needle with a very slender point, more pointed than a blunt or a between.
37. Middlings
38. An expert.
39. A sharpie (member of Australian gangs of the 1960s and 1970s).
Verb
40. To raise the pitch of a note half a step making a natural note a sharp.
That new musician must be tone deaf: he sharped half the notes of the song!
41. To play tricks in bargaining; to act the sharper.
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dictionary extension

Verb Forms

Present participle: sharping
Present: sharp (3.person: sharps)
Past: sharped
Future: will sharp
Present conditional: would sharp
Present Perfect: have sharped (3.person: has sharped)
Past Perfect: had sharped
Future Perfect: will have sharped
Past conditional: would have sharped
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