Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

agudo in English:

1. keener keener


A dog's sense of smell is much keener than a human's.
A sharp tongue is the only edged tool that grows keener with constant use.

English word "agudo"(keener) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Where the PHPH Pebbles Go" (Mi...
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Fichas del libro - "A Dear Little Girl's Thanksgiv...
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Fichas del libro - "Hints on Mountain-Lion Trappin...

2. acute acute


acute respiratory distress
For men who are single parents, the issue is especially acute.
acute pain
But what if your anxiety is sustained and acute?
Forecasters classified it a bomb cyclone for its acute drop in atmospheric pressure.
This city will suffer from an acute water shortage unless it rains soon.
An acute lack of funds is holding up the plan.
How did it go? "They said it was acute appendicitis."
I am touched by the girl's acute sensitivity.
Communities afflicted with acute destitution are additionally confronted with illiteracy, life in appalling conditions and infectious diseases decimating the indigenous populations.
The problem is most acute in...
The question of world hunger will become much more acute
Grace has acute alcohol poisoning
He's a chain-smoker. He suffers acute anxiety if he has to last for an hour without a cigarette
She felt acute embarrassment/anxiety/concern at his behaviour.

English word "agudo"(acute) occurs in sets:

Fichas del libro - "Neither Dorking Nor The Abbey"...
In sickness and health
Fichas del libro - "Marks' first lessons in geomet...