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profile US English

An outline of something, especially a person’s face, as seen from one side

profile US Thesaurus

his handsome profile

low profile US English

A position of avoiding or not attracting much attention or publicity

in profile US English

(In reference to someone’s face) as seen from one side

low profile New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen as adjective)

high profile US English

A position of attracting much attention or publicity

high-profile US Thesaurus

he gladly stays behind the scenes, managing the business affairs of his high-profile wife

high profile New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

(two words, hyphen as adjective)

profile component US English

An attainment target in a particular subject, forming part of a general assessment of a pupil

velocity profile US English

The variation in velocity along a line at right angles to the general direction of flow

in profile in profile US English

(In reference to someone’s face) as seen from one side

keep a low profile in profile US Thesaurus

in matters concerning his family, he managed to keep a low profile