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  • 1Low Profile — Karte mit Verlängerung für normale Bauhöhe Als Low Profile PCI Card wird in der Computertechnik ein Formfaktor für PCI bzw. PCIe Steckkarten bezeichnet, der in bestimmten Gehäusen mit begrenztem Platz Anwendung findet. In der 19″ Technik gibt es… …

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  • 2low profile — UK US noun [S] ► the fact of activities or behaviour not attracting much attention or interest from the public, newspapers, television, etc.: »Despite a relatively low profile, the business has great potential for growth. have/keep/maintain a low …

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  • 3low-profile — UK US noun [S] ► the fact of activities or behaviour not attracting much attention or interest from the public, newspapers, television, etc.: »Despite a relatively low profile, the business has great potential for growth. have/keep/maintain a low …

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  • 4low-profile — low proˈfile adjective 1. (of people) having such a manner or attitude 2. (of a tyre) wide in proportion to its height (motoring) • • • Main Entry: ↑low * * * ˌlow ˈprofile [low profile] ad …

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  • 5low profile — n keep a low profile to not go to places or be careful not to do anything that will attract attention to yourself or your actions ≠ ↑high profile ▪ He s not the sort of politician to keep a low profile for long …

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  • 6low-profile — adj 1.) [usually before noun] not receiving or wanting any attention ≠ ↑high profile ▪ The US took a very low profile role in the talks. 2.) [only before noun] BrE designed to be lower than other things of the same type ▪ low profile tyres …

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  • 7low-profile — adj 1.) [usually before noun] not receiving or wanting any attention ≠ ↑high profile ▪ The US took a very low profile role in the talks. 2.) [only before noun] BrE designed to be lower than other things of the same type ▪ low profile tyres …

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  • 8low profile — n keep a low profile to not go to places or be careful not to do anything that will attract attention to yourself or your actions ≠ ↑high profile ▪ He s not the sort of politician to keep a low profile for long …

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  • 9low-profile — adjective 1. ) deliberately not attracting public attention: It s been a relatively low profile campaign. 2. ) not as high or wide as other things of the same type: low profile tires …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 10low-profile — 1957, in reference to automobile wheels, from LOW (Cf. low) (adj.) + PROFILE (Cf. profile) (n.). General sense by 1970, Amer.Eng., in reference to Nixon Administration policy of partial U.S. disengagement from burdensome commitments abroad …

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  • 11Low Profile —   [dt. »flaches Profil«], Bez. für eine besonders flach gebaute Festplatte. Vor einigen Jahren wurde darunter noch eine Bauhöhe von 1 Zoll verstanden, heute gelten Höhen von weniger als ½ Zoll als Low Profile …

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  • 12low profile — noun count behavior which deliberately does not attract attention: She s been advised to keep a low public profile for the next few weeks …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 13low profile — low profile, adj. a deliberately inconspicuous, modest, or anonymous manner. Also, low posture. [1970 75] * * * …

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  • 14Low Profile — For New Zealand band, see Low Profile (New Zealand band). Low Profile From left to right: DJ Aladdin, WC Background information Origin …

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  • 15low profile — noun keep a low profile to be careful not to attract attention to yourself or your actions: We d better keep a low profile until the whole thing blows over. low profile adjective: a low profile campaign …

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  • 16low profile — n. to keep, maintain a low profile * * * [ˌləʊ prəʊfaɪl] maintain a low profile to keep …

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  • 17low profile —    A person who keeps a low profile tries not to attract public attention.     The investor is a discreet man who keeps a low profile …

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  • 18low-profile — UK / US adjective 1) deliberately not attracting public attention It s been a relatively low profile campaign. 2) not as high or wide as other things of the same type low profile tyres …

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  • 19ˌlow ˈprofile — noun [C] behaviour that deliberately does not attract attention I ve been trying to keep a low profile.[/ex] ˌlow ˈprofile adj …

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  • 20low profile — /loʊ ˈproʊfaɪl / (say loh prohfuyl) noun a lack of notice or recognition as a result of a deliberate avoidance of publicity or prominence: *Today s alternative schools are keeping a low profile to counteract their image as hot beds of… …

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