• a sharp knife
  • 鋭いナイフ
  • a sharp suit
  • 粋なスーツ
  • at a sharp angle
  • 急角度で[に]
  • He arrived at six sharp.
  • 彼は6時きっかりに着いた
  • On the doorstep she stopped sharp.
  • 玄関前の階段で彼女は急に止まった
  • sharp words [criticism]
  • 厳しい言葉[批判]
  • The high-definition TV offers razor-sharp pictures.
  • ハイビジョンテレビの画像はきわめて鮮明だ
  • the sharp odor of the whisky
  • ウイスキーのつんとした香り
  • with a thin face and sharp features
  • 細おもてで目鼻立ちがはっきりとした
  • After 1970 there was a sharp drop in Maya stelae available on the New York art market due to the ratification of a treaty with Mexico that guarantees the return of stolen pre-Columbian sculpture that was removed from the country after the ratification date.
  • Wikipedia: Maya stelae
  • Although found to be reliable and accurate, the M249 was considered to present unacceptable hazards in the form of an exposed hot barrel and sharp edges.
  • Wikipedia: M249 light machine gun
  • Although the first images appeared to be sharper than those of ground-based telescopes, Hubble failed to achieve a final sharp focus and the best image quality obtained was drastically lower than expected.
  • Wikipedia: Hubble Space Telescope
  • Although the five spans of the current bridge are far wider than the nineteen spans of the original bridge, Battersea Bridge's location on a sharp bend in the river still presents a hazard to navigation.
  • Wikipedia: Battersea Bridge
  • As a result of this sharp rise in elevation and rugged topography, it has a variety of microclimates and a visible change in habitat, making it one of the few places in the world where cloud-covered rainforest rapidly transitions to high mountain shrubland over a distance that can be covered on foot.
  • Wikipedia: Marojejy National Park
  • Built by Beyer Peacock of Manchester the design of the locomotives is frequently attributed to the Met's Engineer John Fowler, but the locomotive was a development of one Beyers had built for the Spanish Tudela to Bilbao Railway, Fowler only specifying the driving wheel diameter, axle weight and the ability to navigate sharp curves.
  • Wikipedia: Metropolitan Railway
  • By 1905, a further 19 battleships were built or under construction, thanks to the sharp increase in naval expenditure justified by the 1898 and 1900 Navy Laws.
  • Wikipedia: Pre-dreadnought battleship