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acute

Acute tarimas:

  • /'əkju:t/

Acute audio:

Žodžio paaiškinimas anglų kalba:

  • adjective: Having a sharp point or tip.
  • adjective: Keenly perceptive or discerning: "a raw, chilling and psychologically acute novel of human passions reduced to their deadliest essence” ( Literary Guild Magazine). See Synonyms at sharp.
  • adjective: Reacting readily to stimuli or impressions; sensitive: His hearing was unusually acute.
  • adjective: Of great importance or consequence; crucial: an acute lack of research funds.
  • adjective: Extremely sharp or severe; intense: acute pain; acute relief.
  • adjective: Medicine Having a rapid onset and following a short but severe course: acute disease.
  • adjective: Medicine Afflicted by a disease exhibiting a rapid onset followed by a short, severe course: acute patients.
  • adjective: Music High in pitch; shrill.
  • adjective: Geometry Having an acute angle: an acute triangle.

Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:

  • Understand indications for surgical and orthopaedic consultation in acute and chronic rheumatic diseases
  • Trained and licensed occupational therapists work in acute care and ICUs, inpatient rehabilitation, outpatient services, and in specialty diagnostic clinics and programs.
  • California has been in acute crisis mode for the better part of the last two decades as made stark in two new books, Remaking California and California Crackup.
  • If by some small chance someone who reads Greek finds this post offensive with a misplaced breathing or faulty accent, please know that the Greek font is really tiny on the WordPress screen and I just generally suck at figuring out the acute from the grave on the keyboard.
  • This is defined as an acute state that impedes functioning for longer than six months, and is characterized by intense yearning for the deceased and distressing and intrusive thoughts about his or her death.


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    a smailus, aštrus, jautrus (apie klausą)
    smarkus (apie skausmą)
    įžvalgus
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abruptness

/ə'brʌptnis/
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