Definition of high-vis in English:

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high-vis

Pronunciation: /hīˈviz/
(also hi-vis)

adjective

informal
Short for high-visibility. railway workers in high-vis jackets
More example sentences
  • After a short safety talk and kitted out in gloves and high-vis jackets, we picked up a shovel and pitch fork and got digging.
  • The mystery thief has been caught on camera wearing an orange high-vis vest - the same worn by genuine railway staff - to pass under the noses of the public at four busy stations.
  • High-vis boilersuits in particular are used by those working on roads, near railways or at night, where visibility is a concern.
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