incisive - Englisch
adj. incisive, trenchant, piercing, pointed
n. incisor, tooth adapted for cutting
Mr. Schryhart was righteously incisive, cold, immaculate, waspish.
(IT) Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, the amendment aims to make our judgment on Egypt's actions more incisive.
But more incisive measures can be taken only if a qualified majority of EU states so decides, which is not the case at present.
However, this becomes scarcely important if the monitoring is incisive, constant and continuous.
I would ask you to be firmer, more incisive and more audacious in your dealings with the Council.
In this respect, the Treaty of Lisbon gives elected assemblies a more incisive role that they must make the most of.
It is therefore imperative for Thailand to find a consensus with all parties on how to move towards a more incisive society.
Mr President, I would like to thank Mr Pérez Álvarez for an incisive and thoughtful report.
Mr President, ladies and gentlemen, this decision implies a certain number of deeply incisive measures.
Once again, I should like to thank Members for their thoughtful and incisive contributions.
1. keen: acute, sharp, crisp, clear-cut
2. cutting: biting, acute, acid, penetrating, sarcastic, sardonic, satirical