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high-vis

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(also hi-vis)

Definition of high-vis in English:

adjective

informal
Short for high-visibility. railway workers in high-vis jackets
More example sentences
  • I usually wear a hi-vis jacket and a cycle helmet too, not because they're required but just to add to visibility.
  • When road-running, make sure you are visible - even in daylight, hi-vis clothing makes you far more easily seen by motorists.
  • It was a very high-vis mission, and there was many a tense moment.

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