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razor-sharpadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈreɪ·zərˈʃɑrp/
very sharp: These animals have razor-sharp teeth.
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"razor-sharp" in British English

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razor-sharpadjective

uk   /ˌreɪ.zəˈʃɑːp/  us   /ˌreɪ.zɚˈʃɑːrp/
  • razor-sharp adjective (CLEVER)

If you describe someone or someone's mind as razor-sharp, you mean that that person thinks very clearly and quickly: She's got a razor-sharp mind.
(Definition of razor-sharp from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “razor-sharp”
in Chinese (Simplified) 锋利的, 极锋利的, 非常锐利的…
in Chinese (Traditional) 鋒利的, 極鋒利的, 非常銳利的…
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