|tarkka englanniksi||accurate, minute, deadly, acute, delicate, precise, exact, strict, sharp|
*: For more than 90% of the figures (mostly drawn during 1976-1990), either a scale, or the given magnification, will allow the user to derive accurate measurements, even when these are lacking in the diagnosis.
*: Those conceive the celestial bodies have more accurate influences upon these things below.
: You have twenty minutes to complete the test.
: Wait a minute, I’m not ready yet!
: We need to be sure these maps are accurate to within one minute of arc.
: Let’s look at the minutes of last week’s meeting.
: If you buy this phone, you’ll get 100 free minutes.
*: I go this minute to attend the king.
: rfquotek|Wyclif (Mark xii. 42)
*: minutes and circumstances of his passion
: I’ll minute this evening’s meeting.
*: I dare say there was a vast amount of minuting, memoranduming, and dispatch-boxing, on this mighty subject.
*: On 17 November 1949 Jay minuted Cripps, arguing that trade liberalization on inessentials was socially regressive.
*: The Commander-in-Chief of Bomber Command, Sir Richard Peirse, was sceptical of its findings, minuting, ‘I don’t think at this rate we could have hoped to produce the damage which is known to have been achieved.’
*: Mr. Klingstadt, chief Auditor of the Admiralty of that city, sent for and examined them very particularly concerning the events which had befallen them; minuting down their answers in writing, with an intention of publishing himself an account of their extraordinary adventures.
*: The Empress of Russia, with her own hand, minuted an edict for universal tolerance.
: ux|en|They found only minute quantities of chemical residue on his clothing.
: ux|en|The lawyer gave the witness a minute examination.
*: And whan he cam to the sacrament of the masse / and had done / anone he called Galahad and sayd to hym come forthe the seruaunt of Ihesu cryst and thou shalt see that thou hast moche desyred to see / & thenne he beganne to tremble ryght hard / whan the dedely flesshe beganne to beholde the spyrytuel thynges
*: The image of a deadly man.
: ux|en|deadly enemies
*: Thy assailant is quick, skillful, and deadly.
*: But then I had the [massive] flintlock by me for protection. ¶...The linen-press and a chest on the top of it formed, however, a very good gun-carriage; and, thus mounted, aim could be taken out of the windownb..., and a bead could be drawn upon Molly, the dairymaid, kissing the fogger behind the hedge, little dreaming that the deadly tube was levelled at them.
*: “I dont mean all of your friends—only a small proportion—which, however, connects your circle with that deadly, idle, brainless bunch—the insolent chatterers at the opera, the gorged dowagers, the worn-out, passionless men, the enervated matrons of the summer capital,nb...!”
*: perceiving himselfe deadly wounded by a shot received in his body, being by his men perswaded to come off and retire himselfe from out the throng, answered, he would not now so neere his end, begin to turn his face from his enemie
: Her face suddenly became deadly white.
: deadly weary — Orrery.
: so deadly cunning a man — Arbuthnot.
: ux|en|His need for medical attention was acute.
: ux|en|She had an acute sense of honor. Eagles have very acute vision.
: ux|en|It was an acute event.
: ux|en|He dropped dead of an acute illness.
: ux|en|The acute symptoms resolved promptly.
: ux|en|The last letter of “café” is ‘e’ acute.
: an acute tone or accent
: The word “cafe” often has an acute over the ‘e’.
: He acutes his rising inflection too much.
: Those clothes are made from delicate lace.
: The negotiations were very delicate.
*: There are some things too delicate and too sacred to be handled rudely without injury to truth.
: Her face was delicate.
: The spider wove a delicate web.
: There was a delicate pattern of frost on the window.
: Set the washing machine to the delicate cycle.
: delicate behaviour; delicate attentions; delicate thoughtfulness
: a delicate child; delicate health
*: a delicate and tender prince
: Please dont speak so loudly: Im feeling a bit delicate this morning.
*: Þenk þat diues for hus delicat lyf to þe deuel wente.
*: Haerlem is a very delicate town and hath one of the fairest churches of the Gothic design I had ever seen.
: a delicate dish; delicate flavour
*: [[w:Michael Cassio|Cassio]]: She’s a most exquisite lady.…Indeed, she’s a most fresh and delicate creature.
: a delicate shade of blue
: a delicate taste; a delicate ear for music
: a delicate thermometer
: Dont put that in with your jeans: its a delicate!
: With abstinence all delicates he sees. — Dryden.
: All the vessels, then, which our delicates have, — those I mean that would seem to be more fine in their houses than their neighbours, — are only of the Corinth metal. — Holland.
: ux|en|The clock keeps exact time.
: ux|en|He paid the exact debt.
: ux|en|an exact copy of a letter
: ux|en|exact accounts
: ux|en|a man exact in observing an appointment
: ux|en|In my doings I was exact.
*: I see thou art exact of taste.
*: During the whole time of his abode in the university he generally spent thirteen hours of the day in study; by which assiduity besides an exact dispatch of the whole course of philosophy, he read over in a manner all classic authors that are extant...
*: An exact command, / Larded with many several sorts of reason.
: to exact tribute, fees, or obedience
*: He said into them, Exact no more than that which is appointed you.
*: My designs exact me in another place.
: to exact revenge
: strict embrace
: strict ligature
: strict fiber
: to keep strict watch
: to pay strict attention
: very strict in observing the Sabbath
: to understand words in a strict sense
: ux|en|I keep my knives sharp so that they dont slip unexpectedly while carving.
*: Orion hit a rabbit once; but though sore wounded it got to the bury, and, struggling in, the arrow caught the side of the hole and was drawn out. Indeed, a nail filed sharp is not of much avail as an arrowhead; you must have it barbed, and that was a little beyond our skill.
: ux|en|My nephew is a sharp lad; he can count to 100 in six languages, and hes only five years old.
: ux|en|Ernest made the pencil too sharp and accidentally stabbed himself with it.
: ux|en|a sharp hill; a face with sharp features
: ux|en|The orchestras third violin several times was sharp about an eighth of a tone.
: ux|en|Milly couldnt stand sharp cheeses when she was pregnant, because they made her nauseated.
: ux|en|A pregnant woman during labor normally experiences a number of sharp contractions.
*: She wakened in sharp panic, bewildered by the grotesquerie of some half-remembered dream in contrast with the harshness of inclement fact.
: ux|en|Michael had a number of sharp ventures that he kept off the books.
: ux|en|a sharp dealer; a sharp customer
*: the necessity of being so sharp and exacting
: ux|en|Youll need sharp aim to make that shot.
: ux|en|sharp criticism; When the two rivals met, first there were sharp words, and then a fight broke out.
: ux|en|You look so sharp in that tuxedo!
: ux|en|Keep a sharp watch on the prisoners. I dont want them to escape!
: ux|en|Drive down Main for three quarters of a mile, then make a sharp right turn onto Pine.
*: The street down which Warwick had come intersected Front Street at a sharp angle in front of the old hotel, forming a sort of flatiron block at the junction, known as Liberty Point
: ux|en|a sharp ascent or descent; a sharp turn or curve
: ux|en|Sure, any planar graph can be five-colored. But that result is not sharp: in fact, any planar graph can be four-colored. That is sharp: the same cant be said for any lower number.
*: Time and time again, the amateur player has lost the opportunity to make the really best move because he felt bound to follow some chess "rule" he had learned, rather than to make the sharp move which was indicated by the position.
*: In such situations most chess players choose the obvious and logical way: they go in for sharp play. However, not everyone is a natural attacking player...
: ux|en|a sharp pain; the sharp and frosty winter air
*: Sharp misery had worn him to the bones.
*: the morning sharp and clear
*: in sharpest perils faithful proved
: ux|en|a sharp appetite
*: in sharp contest of battle
*: A sharp assault already is begun.
: ux|en|sharp sand
: rfquotek|Edward Moxon
: rfquotek|M. Arnold
*: You bite so sharp at reasons.
: Ill see you at twelve oclock sharp.
: I didnt enjoy the concert much because the tenor kept going sharp on the high notes.
: The pitch pipe sounded out a perfect F? (F sharp).
: Transposition frequently is harder to read because of all the sharps and flats on the staff.
: The piece was difficult to read after it had been transposed, since in the new key many notes were sharps.
: Beethovens "Moonlight Sonata" is written in C? minor (C sharp minor.)
: Place sharps in the specially marked red container for safe disposal.
*: If butchers had but the manners to go to sharps, gentlemen would be contented with a rubber at cuffs.
: The casino kept in the break room a set of pictures of known sharps for the bouncers to see.
: rfquotek|Charles Kingsley
*: The Circle was one of the few dances the older sharps frequented; mostly they were to be found in pubs, pool-halls or at the track.
: That new musician must be tone deaf: he sharped half the notes of the song!