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acute (uh KYOOT) (adjective), more acute, most acute
1. Regarding something having a sharp point: Angles of less than 90 degrees are called acute angles.
2. Descriptive of an extremely severe and sharp pain in a person's body: Sharon had an acute headache.

Henry is suffering from acute appendicitis.

3. Keenly perceptive or discerning, ingenious; mentally quick, shrewd: Einstein is said to have been a man of uncommonly acute intelligence.
4. Of great importance or consequence; crucial: The company had an acute lack of financial resources.
Keenly perceptive or discerning.
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Having a sharp tip or point; very perceptive and discerning; extremely severe or sharp. (1)