Übersetzung von “sharp” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

sharp

adjectivesharp /ʃɑrp/
≠dull able to make a cut or hole in sth
tranchant/-ante , bien aiguisé/-ée

Careful - the knife is sharp.
Attention, le couteau est bien aiguisé.

an instrument with a sharp point
un instrument très pointu
=steep; ≠gentle (of a change or difference) sudden and large
fort/forte , brusque

a sharp drop/fall/decrease in prices
une brusque chute/baisse des prix

a sharp rise/increase
une forte hausse/augmentation
(of a pain) sudden and stinging
vif/vive

a sharp pain in my chest
une douleur vive dans ma poitrine
able to think quickly and intelligently
vif/vive

She's very sharp.
Elle est très vive.
(of an image) clearly defined
net/nette

a digital TV with a very sharp picture
une télé numérique qui a une image très nette
changing direction quickly
brusque , serré/-ée

a sharp bend in the road
un virage serré sur la route

He made a sharp turn.
Il a pris un virage brusque.
obviously different
marqué/-ée

sharp divisions in the ruling party
des divisions marquées dans le parti au pouvoir
(of sth you say) expressing strong negative feelings or thoughts
cassant/-ante , cinglant/-ante

her sharp reply
sa réponse cinglante

sharp

adverbsharp /ʃɑrp/
exactly
pile

Please be here at 8:00 a.m. sharp.
Veuillez être ici à 8h pile/précises.

(Übersetzung von “sharp” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

sharp

adjective /ʃaːp/

having a thin edge that can cut or a point that can pierce

aiguisé; pointu
a sharp knife.

(of pictures, outlines etc) clear and distinct

net
the sharp outline of the mountain.

(of changes in direction) sudden and quick

brusque
a sharp left turn.

(of pain etc) keen, acute or intense

violent
He gets a sharp pain after eating.

(often with with) severe

sévère
Don’t be so sharp with the child!
She got a sharp reproach from me.

alert

fin
Dogs have sharp ears.

shrill and sudden

perçant
a sharp cry.

of a musical note, raised a semitone; too high in pitch

diésé; trop haut
F sharp
That last note was sharp.
sharpen verb

to make or grow sharp

aiguiser
He sharpened his pencil.
sharpener noun

an instrument for sharpening

aiguisoir
a pencil-sharpener.
sharply adverb

in a sharp manner

brusquement
a sharply-pointed piece of glass
The road turned sharply to the left
He rebuked her sharply.
sharpness noun

netteté
sharp practice

dishonesty or cheating

procédés malhonnêtes
evidence of sharp practices in the letting industry.
sharp-witted adjective

intelligent and alert

vif
a sharp-witted boy.
look sharp

to be quick or to hurry

faire vite
Bring me the books and look sharp (about it)!

sharp

adverb

with an abrupt change of direction

tout à fait
Turn sharp left here.

at too high a pitch

trop haut
You’re singing sharp.

sharp

noun

a sign (#) to show that a note is to be raised a semitone.

dièse

(Übersetzung von “sharp” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)