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razor-sharp

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Definition of razor-sharp in English:

adjective

Extremely sharp: razor-sharp teeth figurative his razor-sharp mind
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  • It's a biting attack on the media machine itself, and, as expected with Lee, this movie has a full set of razor-sharp teeth.
  • Officers then secured the crocodile's mouth shut, protecting them from rows of razor-sharp teeth.
  • We shall have to rely instead on the razor-sharp mind of Lord Hutton and the work of his inquiry.

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