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Verb
/ˈprōˌfīl/,
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profiles, plural;
  1. Describe (a person or organization, esp. 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
  3. Have a specified shape or appearance in outline
    • - a proud bird profiled like a phoenix
  4. Shape (something), esp. by means of a tool guided by a template
    • - profiled and plain tiles
Noun
  1. An outline of something, esp. a person's face, as seen from one side
    • - the man turned and she caught his profile
  2. A vertical cross section of a structure
    • - skillfully made vessels with an S-shaped profile
  3. An outline of part of the earth's surface, e.g., the course of a river, as seen in a vertical section

  4. A flat piece of scenery or stage property that has been cut so as to form an outline or silhouette of an object

  5. A short article giving a description of a person or organization
    • - a profile of a Texas tycoon
  6. A graphical or other representation of information relating to particular characteristics of something, recorded in quantified form
    • - the blood profiles of cancer patients
  7. A record of a person's psychological or behavioral characteristics, preferences, etc., so as to assess their capabilities in a certain sphere or identify categories of people
    • - they had been using personal details to build customer profiles
  8. The extent to which a person or organization attracts public notice
    • - raising the profile of women in industry

  1. an analysis (often in graphical form) representing the extent to which something exhibits various characteristics; "a biochemical profile of blood"; "a psychological profile of serial killers"
  2. write about; "The author of this article profiles a famous painter"
  3. an outline of something (especially a human face as seen from one side)
  4. represent in profile, by drawing or painting
  5. biographical sketch
  6. visibility: degree of exposure to public notice; "that candidate does not have sufficient visibility to win an election"
  7. A Unix shell is a command-line interpreter or shell that provides a traditional user interface for the Unix operating system and for Unix-like systems. ...
  8. The ProFile was the first hard drive produced by Apple Computer, initially for use with the Apple III personal computer. The original model had a formatted capacity of 5 MB and connected to a special interface card that plugged into an Apple III slot. ...
  9. Profile is a 1973 instrumental guitar and lute album by the Dutch guitarist Jan Akkerman.
  10. The Profile is a Marvel Comics character, created by writer Charlie Huston and penciler David Finch. He first appeared in Moon Knight (Vol. 4) #2 (July 2006) in the second chapter of "The Bottom."
  11. Profile is the debut album by American pianist and arranger Duke Pearson featuring performances by Pearson with Gene Taylor, and Lex Humphries recorded in 1959 and released on the Blue Note label. accessed September 6, 2010
  12. In standardization, a profile consists of an agreed-upon subset and interpretation of a specification. Many complex technical specifications have many optional features, such that two conforming implementations may not inter-operate due to choosing different sets of optional features to support. ...
  13. the outermost shape, view, or edge of an object; The shape, view, or shadow of a person's head from the side; a side view; A summary or collection of information, especially about a person; a specific space or field in which users can provide various types of personal information in software ...
  14. (profile s) aga An entry in the status box on a Facebook profile which is longer than one line and is attempting to sum up very complicated emotions and/or experiences that would make more sense in a blog posting.
  15. (Profiled) Having or marked by a curve or smoothly rounded bend.
  16. (profiled) 'Magnificent Magforum'- University of Westminster Journalism website
  17. (Profiles) are the information that you provide about yourself when signing up for a social networking site. As well as a picture and basic information, this may include your personal and business interests, a “blurb” about yourself, and tags to help people search for like-minded people.
  18. (Profiles) The actual siding panels are called profiles. Some commonly sized profiles are D4, D5 and Dutchlap.
  19. (Profiles) A mathematical formula made by taking readings of up to a thousand colour swatches generated by a computer. Readings of all squares are measured by means of a spectrophotometer and are returned to the computer which then compares the information. ...
  20. (Profiles) A profile is complete definition of how a product manufacturer can implement Bluetooth wireless technology for a particular usage case. Profiles are the "services" offered by a device. ...
  21. (Profiles) Biographies and glossary terms related to the article.
  22. (Profiles) Entity for future use.
  23. (Profiles) FAQ      Glossary      Insurance    Links
  24. (Profiles) Filters used in BPR Xplorer and The BPR Research System for DOS. Profiles must be set up prior to processing.
  25. (Profiles) Group of employees defined according to a list of job codes and departments.