a high profile
- a position or reputation that gets you a lot of attentionmaintain/adopt a high profile:
The company currently enjoys a high profile with its new line of mobile phones.
Police maintain a high profile on the roads at all times.
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high-profile — highˈ proˈfile adjective Prominent, public • • • Main Entry: ↑high * * * high profile UK US adjective often seen in public, mentioned in newspapers, or appearing on television a high profile campaign/company/politician Thesaurus: famous and… … Useful english dictionary
high-profile — UK US /ˌhaɪˈprəʊfaɪl/ adjective ► attracting a lot of attention and interest from the public and newpapers, television, etc.: »a high profile case/trial a high profile figure/client/company »His high profile clients include several supermodels. → … Financial and business terms
high-profile — adj [only before noun] attracting a lot of public attention, usually deliberately ≠ ↑low profile ▪ a high profile public figure >high profile n [singular] … Dictionary of contemporary English
high-profile — [hī′prō′fīl΄] adj. having a high profile; well known, highly publicized, etc. * * * See high profile. * * * … Universalium
high-profile — adjective often seen in public, mentioned in newspapers, or appearing on television: a high profile campaign/company/politician … Usage of the words and phrases in modern English
high-profile — [hī′prō′fīl΄] adj. having a high profile; well known, highly publicized, etc … English World dictionary
high profile — high′ pro′file n. cvb a deliberately conspicuous manner of conducting oneself or one s affairs: to maintain a high profile in political life[/ex] … From formal English to slang
high profile — high profile, adj. a deliberately conspicuous manner of living or operating. [1965 70] * * * … Universalium
high-profile — ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n A high profile person or a high profile event attracts a lot of attention or publicity. ...one of football s high profile chairmen. ...the high profile reception being given to Mr Arafat … English dictionary
high-profile — adjective (only before noun) attracting a lot of public attention, usually deliberately: a high profile public figure high profile noun (singular) … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
high profile — /haɪ ˈproʊfaɪl/ (say huy prohfuyl) noun the conspicuousness which is gained by a public figure: *The players have a high profile and they have to behave accordingly. –sun, 1988. –high profile, adjective … Australian English dictionary