acutest

наиболее острый
Синонимический ряд:
1. most argute (adj.) highest; most argute; most piercing; most piping; most shrill; most treble; thinnest
2. most climacteric (adj.) direst; most climacteric; most critical; most crucial; most desperate
3. most pointed (adj.) most acicular; most aciculate; most acuminate; most acuminous; most cuspidate; most mucronate; most peaked; most peaky; most piked; most pointed; pointiest
4. sharpest (adj.) keenest; most knifelike; most penetrating; most penetrative; most perceptive; most quick-sighted; most quick-witted; most sensitive; most sharp-sighted; most sharp-witted; most shooting; most stabbing; sharpest

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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