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  1. profile

    • IPA[ˈprōˌfīl]

    美式

    • n.
      an outline of something, especially a person's face, as seen from one side;a vertical cross section of a structure
    • v.
      describe (a person or organization, especially a public figure) in a short article;represent in outline from one side
    • verb: profile, 3rd person present: profiles, gerund or present participle: profiling, past tense: profiled, past participle: profiled

    • noun: profile, plural noun: profiles

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    名詞

    • 1. an outline of something, especially a person's face, as seen from one side the man turned and she caught his profile 同義詞 side view, outline, silhouette, contour, shape, ... 更多
    • a vertical cross section of a structure skillfully made vessels with an S-shaped profile
    • an outline of part of the earth's surface, e.g. the course of a river, as seen in a vertical section.
    • a flat piece of scenery or stage property that has been cut so as to form an outline or silhouette of an object.
    • 2. a short article giving a description of a person or organization a profile of a Texas tycoon 同義詞 description, account, study, portrait, portrayal, ... 更多
    • (on a social media website or application) a user's summary of their personal details or current situation he posted the pictures on his Facebook profile
    • 3. the extent to which a person or organization attracts public notice raising the profile of women in industry
    • 4. a graphical or other representation of information relating to particular characteristics of something, recorded in quantified form the blood profiles of cancer patients
    • a record of a person's psychological or behavioral characteristics, preferences, etc. they had been using personal details to build customer profiles

    動詞

    • 1. describe (a person or organization, especially a public figure) in a short article he was to profile each candidate
    • 2. represent in outline from one side he was standing motionless, profiled on the far side of the swimming pool
    • have a specified shape or appearance in outline a proud bird profiled like a phoenix
    • shape (something), especially by means of a tool guided by a template I use my angle grinder all the time for profiling tiles
    • adj.
      shaped, especially by means of a tool guided by a template: profiled and plain tiles

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      shaped, especially by means of a tool guided by a template: profiled and plain tiles

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a position of avoiding or not attracting much attention or publicity: he's not the sort of politician to keep a low profile
    • adj.
      avoiding attention or publicity: a low-profile campaign

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a position of avoiding or not attracting much attention or publicity: he's not the sort of politician to keep a low profile
    • adj.
      avoiding attention or publicity: a low-profile campaign

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a position attracting much attention or publicity: people who have a high profile in the community
    • adj.
      attracting much attention or publicity: a high-profile military presence

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      a position attracting much attention or publicity: people who have a high profile in the community
    • adj.
      attracting much attention or publicity: a high-profile military presence

    Oxford Dictionary

    • n.
      a set of characteristics that are unique to the DNA of an individual organism or population, ... some men have identifiable genetic profiles putting them at higher risk of prostate cancer

    Oxford Dictionary

    • ph.
      (in reference to someone's face) as seen from one side

    Oxford American Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈprəʊfʌɪl]

    英式

    • n.
      an outline of something, especially a person's face, as seen from one side: the man turned and she caught his profile
    • v.
      describe (a person or organization) in a short article: he was to profile a backbench MP

    Oxford Dictionary