Translation of pointed in Spanish:

pointed

acabado en punta, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈpɔɪn(t)əd//ˈpɔɪntɪd/

adjective

  • 1

    (with a point)
    (leaf/stick) acabado en punta
    (leaf/stick) puntudo Andes
    (roof/window) apuntado
    (arch) ojival
    (chin/nose) puntiagudo
    (nose/chin) puntudo Andes
    (shoe) de punta
    (shoe) puntiagudo
    (shoe) puntudo Andes
    (hat) de pico
    • His fierce energy blazed from a weedy frame, with weak chin and pointed nose.
    • He had a firm chin and a pointed nose, among other noble-looking features, but sunken cheeks.
    • A horrendous smirk of a smile polluted Jen's bruised face as her fingers sharpened into pointed razor claws.
    • On his way home with a recently purchased face mask in hand, Harding noticed the long, pointed cones displayed by an unsuspecting ice-cream vendor.
    • You are drawn to men with pointed chins and Roman noses… I don't think I've ever noticed…
    • Her eyes were serene and blue, and her face finely sculpted with a delicate chin, a pointed nose, and an elegant widow's peak on her forehead.
    • The green felt costumes with sharp, pointed edges, the painted faces and frenetic children running on stage dizzied and terrified me.
    • The engineering module was the largest part of the ship, the vehicle tapering off to a pointed nose-cone.
    • He did not know how to describe him (the driver of the red car), but then said that he was fair skinned, of oriental appearance, and with a pointed chin.
    • His face was immaculate, from his perfect chin to his slightly pointed nose.
    • Their elongate mouth and strong jaws held rows of pointed conical teeth, similar in shape to those of modern toothed whales.
    • Rani's eyes hungrily took in the familiar high forehead, the curved nose, the pointed chin, the long, elegant neck.
    • Cecil, of Victoria Street, Harwich, had been found guilty of a total of 66 charges of criminal damage and possessing an article with a pointed blade at an earlier trial.
    • One had no hair on his head, for it had all moved down to his chin in a frizzy, pointed beard that dangled down to his waist.
    • High thin cheekbones accented the full mouth and pointed chin, giving him an even greater air of the aristocracy than his elegant attire.
    • The face tapered to a pointed chin, leaving room for a small nose and tiny mouth.
    • My face is small and sharp, like an elf, with a pointed nose and chin.
    • He was also said to have ‘quite a pointed nose’ with light or grey stubble on his chin.
    • Spence said the statue represented a development into pointed shapes for the artist and was ‘an important piece’, famous throughout the world.
    • Also, with repeated sharpening of a flat blade, a pointed tip inevitably develops.
  • 2

    (deliberate)
    (comment/remark) mordaz
    no one missed the pointed reference to her predecessor a nadie se le escapó la clara / directa alusión a su antecesor
    • his pointed exclusion from the list la manera deliberada / intencionada en que se lo excluyó de la lista
    • While she had been rambling on, I noticed Leo give me a pointed look.
    • Andy looks as if he was about to protest but stops when Angie gives him a pointed look.
    • That was a pointed remark if ever there was one, Clara thought.
    • She gave Tomas a pointed look and he slowly removed his hand.
    • Offering a pointed look, she pushed aside the celery she's been chopping, focusing on the conversation.
    • Ultimately the story is both a pointed look at alcoholism, recovery, and a study of romance and whether the couple can survive.
    • She responded with a pointed look, and he shrugged.
    • ‘You can behave with dignity,’ said Ross in a pointed remark.
    • They didn't comment but kept staring at me with the same pointed look.
    • Ignoring Christie's pointed look, I walked away towards the food line.
    • She gave him a pointed look and watched as he folded instantly.
    • Benji led the way and turned around to give me a pointed look.
    • They are not alone in making such pointed remarks.
    • Sharpton's pointed remarks brought the enormous convention crowd up for several standing ovations.
    • I shoot him a pointed look that just pours suspicion and distrust.
    • Well, I was too angry, and I wanted to ask direct questions, pointed questions.
    • It was only when I began to cross that ideological boundary that the pointed remarks and occasional open hostility became glaring.
    • Wendy took charge of the gurney and gave him a pointed look.
    • He gave me a pointed look that definitely said ‘Behave,’ and picked up the phone.
    • Captain Walker had been patient with him, although he often seemed to be just on the edge of a pointed remark, and the illness had finally passed.