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    Is "High-profile" is a positive adjective or negative adjective to describe a person?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered
    Is "High-profile" is a positive adjective or negative adjective to describe a person?
    Hello,

    I think it's positive or neutral.

    "He is high-profile" means that he has a possition which attracting much attention and puplicity.


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    I agree with Dany; you can be a high-profile gangster or a high-profile peacemaker.

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