Definition of 'high-profile'

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She also said human resources departments had a much higher profile in the recruitment process. Times, Sunday Times (2009)In other cases people feel their high profile has put them at risk. Times, Sunday Times (2014)When things get more high profile in your relationship it comes under more strain. The Sun (2010) Keep a high profile at work. The Sun (2015)Although ministers are keen to avoid a high profile public showdown with the barons, they are confident of winning the argument. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Q You have a much higher profile than your party colleagues. The Sun (2014)I am not England captain to get a higher profile. Times, Sunday Times (2007)They're going to be very high pressure, very high profile. The Sun (2010)We've sold more records than a lot of much higher profile artists but we've always been faceless. The Sun (2012)He seems to envisage a much higher profile for the boards, both for their work in monitoring prisons and towards issues in the wider criminal justice system. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Some senior officers are concerned about the resources devoted to the case while less high-profile investigations can be reduced to a skeleton staff within a year. Times, Sunday Times (2016)She has since gone on to feature in high-profile ad campaigns and has appeared on the front cover of Vogue magazine. The Sun (2016)Everything such a high-profile politician does is open to scrutiny. Times, Sunday Times (2010)National and local government should run high-profile campaigns highlighting the perils of exercising too little. The Sun (2014)It was happy to finger one or two high-profile players while ignoring calls to delve deeper. Times, Sunday Times (2010)And if the voiceover work is a success it will lead to more high-profile live action roles. The Sun (2012)But keeping high-profile politicians on the sidelines may be the answer. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is a shame that one high-profile incident has had such an impact. The Sun (2012)But he says there will now be a pause on high-profile campaigns in the downturn. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The failure to grasp this is worrying because it underpins police errors in a string of high-profile cases. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The allegations are said to go to the top of the club and include at least one high-profile figure. The Sun (2014)The verdict is the most high-profile case in a series of trials against security forces accused of committing violence against protesters. Times, Sunday Times (2012)But the current wave of films and high-profile campaigns to raise awareness about the environment and human rights has given her pause for thought. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Then there's the constant globetrotting in his role as a high-profile businessman. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Unlike other high-profile cases, the oil spill litigation is not being tried before a jury. Times, Sunday Times (2012)It's a high-profile match but one we are experienced in dealing with. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Steps have been taken in England to improve player awareness of nefarious approaches after recent high-profile cases. Times, Sunday Times (2013)They are already working with top photographers, directing fashion shows and winning high-profile campaigns. Times, Sunday Times (2006)It was boosted by a high-profile ad campaign and innovative deals for first-time buyers. The Sun (2012)There was lots of fuss about my being the youngest woman in a high-profile role in top-class football. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Reading Room is a touring theatrical encounter between a group of dancers and one high-profile actor per performance. Times, Sunday Times (2008)A week doesn't go by without some high-profile figure quitting the country. The Sun (2012)

Translations for 'high-profile'

British English: high-profile ADJECTIVE
A high-profile person or a high-profile event attracts a lot of attention or publicity.
...one of football's high-profile chairmen.
  • American English: high-profile
  • Brazilian Portuguese: notório
  • Chinese: 引人注目的
  • European Spanish: notorio
  • French: très en vue
  • German: profiliert
  • Italian: d'alto livello
  • Japanese: 注目を浴びる
  • Korean: 세간의 주목을 받는
  • European Portuguese: notório
  • Spanish: notorio


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