English - Vietnamese Dictionary
profile /profile/Concise Dictionary
- danh từ (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ)
- nét mặt nhìn nghiêng; mặt nghiêng
- ngoại động từ (từ Mỹ,nghĩa Mỹ)
- về mặt nghiêng, trình bày mặt nghiêng, chụp mặt nghiêng
+an analysis (often in graphical form) representing the extent to which something exhibits various characteristics
+a side view representation of an object (especially a human face)
+degree of exposure to public notice
+a vertical section of the Earth's crust showing the different horizons or layers
+represent in profile, by drawing or painting
Advanced English Dictionary
1 outline, silhouette, contour, side-view:
His aquiline nose shows up prominently in this profile.
2 biography, (biographical or thumbnail or character) sketch, life, portrait, vignette:
That profile of Allen in a well-known magazine did not do him justice
3 analysis, study, survey, examination; graph, diagram, chart, list, statistics:
The profile of the average newspaper reader revealed some interesting anomalies.
4 describe, draw, sketch, limn:
The editor phoned to say that they want to profile you in the Gazette's Sunday colour supplement.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 the outline of a person's face when you look from the side, not the front: his strong profile + a picture of the president in profile
2 a description of sb/sth that gives useful information: a job / employee profile + We first build up a detailed profile of our customers and their requirements. + The magazine published a short profile of the new mayor. + His psychological profile is revealing.
3 the general impression that sb/sth gives to the public and the amount of attention they receive: The deal will certainly raise the company's international profile. + We want to improve the profile of women's health issues.
4 the edge or outline of sth that you see against a background: the profile of the tower against the sky
Idioms: a high / low profile the amount of attention sb/sth has from the public: This issue has had a high profile in recent months. + I advised her to keep a low profile for the next few days (= not to attract attention).
+ verb [VN] (written) to give or write a description of sb/sth that gives the most important information: His career is profiled in this month's journal.
1 face seen from the side
beautiful, handsome | strong | three-quarter
VERB + PROFILE
The painting shows her in profile.
sb's best profile
He presented his best profile to the camera.
2 description of sb/sth
detailed | age, career, psychological | company, customer | financial, social
VERB + PROFILE
build up, construct, develop
The data will enable us to construct a profile of the firm's customers.
3 public image
She decided to keep a low profile until the scandal had died down.
| public | political | corporate
VERB + PROFILE
have | give sb/sth
The story was given a low profile in today's papers.
| improve, increase, raise
a campaign to raise the profile of the city as a cultural leader
| lower | keep, maintain | adopt
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