agudo in English

Pronunciation
adj. sharp, acute, keen; quick-witted, perceptive; pitched half a step higher (Music); eager, willing

Example Sentences

El oído de un ciego a menudo es muy agudo.
A blind person's hearing is often very acute.
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¡Siempre tiene dichos tan agudos!
He's always making such witty remarks!
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Tengo un dolor agudo en mi pecho.
I have a sharp pain in my chest.
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Puede que mi hermano tenga apendicitis aguda, en cuyo caso tendría que operarse.
My brother may have acute appendicitis, in which case he’d have to have an operation.
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Tiene una voz muy aguda.
She has a very high-pitched voice.
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Ciertos sonidos muy agudos son inaudibles para los adultos, pero pueden ser escuchados por los niños y adolescentes.
Some high-pitched sounds are inaudible to adults, but can be heard by children and teenagers.
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De repente un dolor agudo se estremeció en todo su cuerpo, y ella cayó al suelo, atravesada por una flecha.
Suddenly a sharp pain quivered through her body, and she fell to the ground, pierced by an arrow.
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El niño tiene un oído agudo.
The child has a keen sense of hearing.
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El perro tiene un agudo sentido del olfato.
The dog has a very keen sense of smell.
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El halcón tiene ojos agudos.
The falcon has sharp eyes.
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