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acute
adjective (acuter , acutest )
1 said of the senses: keen, good or sharp; penetrating.
2 said of mental powers, etc: quick and very good.
3 said of a disease or symptoms: arising suddenly and often severe, but of short duration acute bronchitis acute pain . Compare chronic.
4 said of any bad condition or situation: extremely severe acute drought .
5 said of hospital accommodation: intended for patients with acute illnesses.
6 said of a sound: high, sharp and shrill.
7 maths said of an angle: less than 90°. Compare reflex ( adjective 5), obtuse (sense 3).
noun (also acute accent) a sign placed above a vowel in some languages, either to indicate a particular pronunciation of the vowel, as with é in French, or, as in Spanish, to indicate that the vowel is to be stressed.
[16c: from Latin acuere to sharpen]
acutely adverb .
acuteness noun .


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