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 or course: a sharp curve in the road; The car made a sharp turn.
4. abrupt, as an ascent: a sharp drop.
5. consisting of angular lines and pointed forms or of thin, long features: He had a sharp face.
"times can be sharp after elections."
"voices can be sharp with suspicions."
"tightenings can be sharp against easings."
"teams can be sharp at goals."
"teams can be sharp at finishings."
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