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low profilenoun [S]

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the fact of ​activities or ​behaviour not ​attracting much ​attention or ​interest from the ​public, ​newspapers, ​television, etc.: Despite a ​relativelylowprofile, the ​business has great ​potential for ​growth.have/keep/maintain a low profile The senator was ​keeping a ​lowprofile yesterday.
Their low-profile ​approach to ​selling contrasts ​sharply with the more ​aggressivetacticsemployed by their ​competitors.
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