Definition of high-visibility in English:

high-visibility

Line breaks: high-visibil¦ity

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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  • Even properly functioning signals and high-visibility garments sometimes fail to stop this kind of accident.
  • Some people think we work for the police, or the council because our high-visibility vests look official.
  • Motorcyclists are advised not to ride on the driver's tail, not to ride too close to the kerb or verge and to wear high-visibility clothing.
2Denoting something intended to attract a great deal of public attention: a high-visibility advertising campaign
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  • This award highlights new retailers, brands and concepts across any category which entered the market with a high-visibility launch campaign and in a short time became a brand of choice among shoppers.
  • This is a high visibility role with the potential for advancement.
  • Years of disappointment in high-stakes, high-visibility events like Wimbledon and the World Cup have given the nation a bad case of sporting stage fright.

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