verb (used with or without object)
to make or become sharp or sharper.
to make or become sharp or sharper
(music) to raise the pitch of (a note), esp by one chromatic semitone Usual US and Canadian word sharp
noun 1. a shrewd swindler. 2. a professional gambler. adjective, sharper, sharpest. 1. having a thin cutting edge or a fine point; well-adapted for cutting or piercing: a sharp knife. 2. terminating in an edge or point; not blunt or rounded: The table had sharp corners. 3. involving a sudden or abrupt change in direction […]
noun 1. a town in E South Africa: scene of riots in 1960 (when 69 demonstrators died), 1984, and 1985 (when 19 died)
adjective 1. having keen sight or perception. adjective 1. having very good eyesight 2. observant or alert
Sharpey-Schafer Shar·pey-Scha·fer (shär’pē-shā’fər), Sir Edward. 1850-1935. British physiologist known for his research on endocrinology, particularly for discovering (1894) the effects of the hormone epinephrine.