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look sharp

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlook sharplook sharpHURRY British English old-fashioned used to tell someone to do something quickly If you look sharp, you might catch him before he leaves for London. sharp
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look sharpCome on, boys, look sharp.He's been training hard and looks sharp.Hobert looked sharp, completing 10 of 13 passes.They will look sharp for signs of senility and increasing pain-will they perhaps even hope for them?So you can expect the geometric pattern lounge carpet to look sharp in years to come.Although the costumes look sharp, the set is bare-bones and nondescript.
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