Definition of high-visibility in English:

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high-visibility

adjective

1Denoting outer clothing made of a fluorescent or reflective material intended to ensure that the garment’s wearer can be easily seen by other people: a high-visibility orange jacket
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  • By spring, all of the system's 7,000 station workers will be wearing sports jackets, padded waistcoats, Doc Martens and hats bearing high-visibility reflective bands.
  • Safety is also a key trend, with more and more people recognizing the importance of wearing high-visibility apparel, whether riding a bicycle through town during broad daylight or taking out the dog for a nighttime walk.
  • If you look at European golf tournaments, all the marshals are wearing high-visibility garments.
2Denoting something intended to attract a great deal of public attention: a high-visibility advertising campaign
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  • Although competitive Irish dancing has been around for years the form became broadly popular with such high-visibility shows as Michael Flatley's Lord of the Dance and Riverdance.
  • The best way to advance through the ranks as a technology manager is to constantly look for high-visibility projects.
  • She's in a high-profile, high-visibility, high-pressure profession.

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Syllabification: high-vis·i·bil·i·ty

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