this will sharpen awareness of other people's needsesto hará que se tome más conciencia de las necesidades de los demás
intensive training has sharpened his responses/reactionsthis setback only served to sharpen my resolvea policy that will have the effect of sharpening distinctions between the haves and the have-notsthe fight over legislation will sharpen the differences between Republicans and Democratstraining programs for older workers to sharpen their job-seeking and interview skillsGinny tried to sharpen some rusty typing skillsYou can sharpen your interview technique with rehearsal
to sharpen one's witsespabilarse
3(make clearer)[+image]definir;hacer más nítido
He adjusts the contrast to sharpen the image
[+voice]volverse más agudo
he felt his interest sharpenas you become more practised your senses sharpenas social conflict sharpened, the dominant classes tried to `find new methods and forms of action, intended to channel the dissatisfaction of the masses on a diversionary pathhe looked at her more closely and /his voice sharpened/. `Jessica, what is it?