high profile

1) большой резонанс, широкая огласка, "публичность", заметно проявляемая активность

1. Mainland authorities saw Mr. Lee's high-profile visit as part of a drive for permanent independence (Don Oberdorfer).

2. Mr. Clinton discarded high-profile diplomacy months after the conservative Benjamin Netanyahu became prime minister... (New York Times)

3. By spring, however, the administration reconsidered high-profile negotiations (New York Times).

4. Administration officials decided that public diplomacy was only causing Israelis and Palestinians to become more intransigent. "The more profile we gave, the more we found resistance," an official said. — …"Чем заметнее мы старались (чем активнее мы себя вели), тем больше они сопротивлялись".

5. The United States and Japan expanded the security alliance to give Japan's military its highest profile in Asia since World War II (Washington Post). — В результате решения США и Японии об укреплении их военного союза, японские вооруженные силы получили возможность наиболее активного присутствия в Азии со времен Второй мировой войны.

2) известность

1. It's not the first time that Jordan, who is one of Russia's most high-profile foreign investors, has run afoul of visa cops.

2. he has made several high-profile appointments... (New Yorker) — он назначил несколько известных фигур на должности

The English annotation is below. (English-Russian). 2003.

Смотреть что такое "high profile" в других словарях:

  • high-profile — highˈ proˈfile adjective Prominent, public • • • Main Entry: ↑high * * * high profile UK US adjective often seen in public, mentioned in newspapers, or appearing on television a high profile campaign/​company/​politician Thesaurus: famous and… …   Useful english dictionary

  • high-profile — UK US /ˌhaɪˈprəʊfaɪl/ adjective ► attracting a lot of attention and interest from the public and newpapers, television, etc.: »a high profile case/trial a high profile figure/client/company »His high profile clients include several supermodels. → …   Financial and business terms

  • high-profile — adj [only before noun] attracting a lot of public attention, usually deliberately ≠ ↑low profile ▪ a high profile public figure >high profile n [singular] …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • high-profile — [hī′prō′fīl΄] adj. having a high profile; well known, highly publicized, etc. * * * See high profile. * * * …   Universalium

  • high-profile — adjective often seen in public, mentioned in newspapers, or appearing on television: a high profile campaign/company/politician …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • high-profile — [hī′prō′fīl΄] adj. having a high profile; well known, highly publicized, etc …   English World dictionary

  • high profile — high′ pro′file n. cvb a deliberately conspicuous manner of conducting oneself or one s affairs: to maintain a high profile in political life[/ex] …   From formal English to slang

  • high profile — high profile, adj. a deliberately conspicuous manner of living or operating. [1965 70] * * * …   Universalium

  • high-profile — ADJ GRADED: usu ADJ n A high profile person or a high profile event attracts a lot of attention or publicity. ...one of football s high profile chairmen. ...the high profile reception being given to Mr Arafat …   English dictionary

  • high-profile — adjective (only before noun) attracting a lot of public attention, usually deliberately: a high profile public figure high profile noun (singular) …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • high profile — /haɪ ˈproʊfaɪl/ (say huy prohfuyl) noun the conspicuousness which is gained by a public figure: *The players have a high profile and they have to behave accordingly. –sun, 1988. –high profile, adjective …   Australian English dictionary


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