Origin of profile
OTHER WORDS FROM profilepro·fil·er, nounhalf-profile, noun
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How to use profile in a sentence
He says he worries about the data of citizens who benefit from public services like welfare being used to build political profiles that can be targeted by the government.Podcast: COVID-19 is helping turn Brazil into a surveillance state|Anthony Green|September 16, 2020|MIT Technology Review
For example, Drew Ryn, a 23-year-old singer from Nashville who was once on Fox show The X Factor, said she uses TikTok to help boost her profile as a musician.What’s Oracle? TikTok users react to proposed Oracle deal|Danielle Abril|September 15, 2020|Fortune
His profile has risen lately after he announced the iPhone 11’s processor and was one of the showmen of Apple’s Mac processor transition.Apple’s leadership evolves ahead of a post-Tim Cook era|radmarya|September 12, 2020|Fortune
Create your custom profile, and the platform searches for and connects you with like-minded people.Last call for early-stage founders to exhibit at Disrupt 2020|Marquise Foster|September 11, 2020|TechCrunch
Of those kits already tested, about 36 percent found a DNA profile for someone other than the victim, the DA’s office said.Morning Report: Downtown Jail Outbreak Goes From Bad to Worse|Voice of San Diego|September 11, 2020|Voice of San Diego
You get these high-profile people that go into prison, and the staff abuse their authority.
When they get someone high profile, like the governor [Bob McDonnell] or like Teresa, they will abuse their positions.
But while his public profile receded, his private life blossomed.Ed Brooke: The Senate's Civil Rights Pioneer and Prophet of a Post-Racial America|John Avlon|January 4, 2015|DAILY BEAST
The exposure and buzz from Short Term have raised her profile considerably.
The FBI and the President may claim that the Hermit Kingdom is to blame for the most high-profile network breach in forever.
She opened a large black fan and moved it slowly while looking intently at her son's bent profile.
She was barely five feet five, but she ranked with tall women, her height as unchallenged as the chiselling of her profile.
He indicated a fair beautiful creature with a determined profile and deep womanly figure.
New and highly curious characteristics begin to appear when he attempts to give the profile aspect.
With children of finer perception the transition to a correct profile view may be carried much further.
British Dictionary definitions for profile
- a vertical section of part of the earth's crust showing the layers of rock
- a representation of such a section
Derived forms of profileprofilist (ˈprəʊfɪlɪst), noun
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Other Idioms and Phrases with profile
see keep a low profile.