prom|i|nent [ `pramınənt ] adjective **
1. ) important and well known:
The order was given by a prominent member of the government.
She is likely to play a prominent part in the presidential campaign.
prominent in: Vincente's family was prominent in the wine trade.
a ) easy to see or notice:
The rugged red ridges are a prominent feature of the landscape.
Place these items in a prominent position in your window display.
2. ) sticking out:
prominent cheekbones
╾ prom|i|nent|ly adverb:
Attendance records are prominently displayed in the classroom.
The issue of trade will figure prominently at the talks.

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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