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acidity
/ əsɪdəti /

imenica

Sinonimi:
acidulousness

ETYM Latin acidites, from acidus: cf. French acidité. Related to Acid.
1. PH values below 7.
2. The taste experienced when something acidic is taken into the mouth; SYN. acidulousness.

acridity
/ əkrɪdɪtiː /

imenica

Sinonimi:
acridness

1. Extreme bitterness; SYN. acridness.
2. Having an acrid smell
3. The quality of being sharply disagreeable in language or tone

acridness
/ ækrɪdnəs /

imenica

1. The quality of that which is acrid.
2. Extreme bitterness

acritude

imenica

acuity
/ əkjuːəti /

imenica

Sinonimi:
visual acuity · sharp-sightedness

ETYM Late Lat. acuitas: cf. French acuité.
The visual ability to resolve fine detail; SYN. visual acuity, sharp-sightedness.
A quick and penetrating intelligence

acuteness
/ əkjuːtnəs /

imenica

Sinonimi:
acuity · sharpness · keenness

1. A quick and penetrating intelligence; SYN. acuity, sharpness, keenness.
2. The quality of having a sharp edge or point.
3. A sensitivity that is keen and highly developed

arguteness

imenica

asperity
/ æsperəti /

imenica

Sinonimi:
sharpness · grimness · hardship · rigor · rigour · severity · rigorousness

ETYM Latin asperitas, from asper rough: cf. French aspérité.
1. Harshness of manner; SYN. sharpness.
2. Something hard to endure; SYN. grimness, hardship, rigor, rigour, severity, rigorousness.
Roughness of surface or sound.
Roughness, acrimony.

austereness

imenica

Sinonimi:
severeness

Extreme plainness; SYN. severeness.

austerity
/ ɒsterəti /

imenica

Sinonimi:
asceticism · nonindulgence

ETYM French austérité, Latin austerias, from austerus. Related to Austere.
The trait of great self-denial (especially refraining from worldly pleasures); SYN. asceticism, nonindulgence.

edge
/ edʒ /

imenica

Sinonimi:
margin · sharpness · border

ETYM Old Eng. eg, egge, AS. ecg; akin to Old High Germ. ekka, German ecke, Icel. and Swed. egg, Dan. eg, and to Latin acies, Greek ake point, Skr. açri edge. Related to Egg, Eager, Ear spike of corn, Acute.
1. A sharp side formed by the intersection of two surfaces of an object.
2. A slight competitive advantage.
3. A strip near the boundary of an object; SYN. margin.
4. The attribute of urgency; SYN. sharpness.
5. The boundary of a surface; SYN. border.

piquancy
/ piːkənsi /

imenica

The quality or state of being piquant

poignancy
/ pɔɪnjənsi /

imenica

1. The quality or state of being poignant
2. An instance of poignancy

precision
/ prisɪʒn̩ /

imenica

ETYM Cf. French précision, Latin praecisio a cutting off. Related to Precise.
The quality or state of being precise; exact limitation; exactness; accuracy; strict conformity to a rule or a standard; definiteness.
Precision is reproducibility. SayingThese measurements are precis is the same as saying,The same measurement was repeated several times, and the measurements were all very close to one anothe. Don’t confuse precision with accuracy.

punch
/ pəntʃ /

imenicagramatika

Sinonimi:
poke · lick · biff

(Irregular plural: punches).
1. A tool for making (usually circular) holes.
2. (Boxing) A blow with the fist; SYN. poke, lick, biff.

pungency
/ pʌndʒənsi /

imenica

Sinonimi:
bite · sharpness · sharpness · acridity

1. A sharp bitter taste property; SYN. bite, sharpness.
2. Having a sharp bitter flavor; SYN. sharpness.
3. Having an acrid smell; SYN. acridity.

raciness
/ reɪsinəs /

imenica

severity
/ sɪverəti /

imenica

Sinonimi:
harshness · inclemency · hardness · stiffness

ETYM Latin severitas: cf. French sévérité.
Excessive sternness; SYN. harshness, inclemency, hardness, stiffness.

sharpness
/ ʃɑːrpnəs /

imenica

Sinonimi:
keenness

ETYM AS. scearpness.
Thinness of edge or fineness of point; SYN. keenness.

stricture
/ strɪktʃər /

imenica

ETYM Latin strictura a contraction, from stringere, strictum, to draw tight: cf. French stricture. Related to Strict.
Med., contraction; constriction of body passage; constricted passage.
Severe criticism; harsh criticism.

vinegar
/ vɪnəɡər /

imenicakulinarstvo

ETYM Old Eng. vinegre, French vinaigre; vin wine (Latin vinum) + aigre sour. Related to Wine, and Eager.
1. Dilute acetic acid.
2. Sour-tasting liquid produced usually by oxidation of the alcohol in wine or cider and used as a condiment or food preservative. A sour liquid obtained by fermentation of dilute alcoholic liquids and used as a condiment or preservative. Sour liquid consisting of a 4% solution of acetic acid produced by the oxidation of alcohol, used to flavor food and as a preservative in pickling. Malt vinegar is brown and made from malted cereals; white vinegar is distilled from it. Other sources of vinegar include cider, wine, and honey. Balsamic vinegar is wine vinegar aged in wooden barrels.
3. Ill humor; sourness.
4. Vim.

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