Translation of profile in Spanish:

profile

Pronunciation: /ˈprəʊfaɪl/

noun/nombre

  • 2 (description) perfil (masculine); (written) reseña (feminine) profiles of several young authors reseñas (feminine plural) sobre varios escritores jóvenes an accurate consumer profile un perfil fiable del consumidor tipo psychological/DNA profile perfil psicológico/del AND
    More example sentences
    • The Guardian also has a short profile, with some links to other articles…
    • The idea is simple: 99 people, products, services or organizations that are remarkable, each with a short profile.
    • He wrote a short profile on each member of the panel that was on board the plane that evening.
  • 3 (status) to raise the profile of educational matters dar* más relieve a las cuestiones relativas a la enseñanza the army had a high profile in national life el ejército tenía un papel preponderante or ocupaba un lugar destacado en la vida del país to keep a low profile tratar de pasar desapercibido or de no llamar la atención

transitive verb/verbo transitivo

  • [situation] hacer* un esbozo de to profile sb's life hacer* una reseña biográfica de algn the designer will be profiled in our next issue el próximo número incluye una nota or reseña sobre el diseñador

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