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From obsolete French prominent (compare proéminent), from Latin prōminēns, present active participle of prōmineō(jut out, to project), from prō(before, forward) + mineō (in compounds, "jut, project").

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prominent ‎(comparative more prominent, superlative most prominent)

  1. Standing out, or projecting; jutting; protuberant.
  2. Likely to attract attention from its size or position; conspicuous.
  3. Eminent; distinguished above others.

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From Latin prōminēns.

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prominent m, f ‎(masculine and feminine plural prominents)

  1. prominent

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From Latin prominens.

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  • IPA(key): [pʀomiˈnɛnt]
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  • Hyphenation: pro‧mi‧nent

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prominent ‎(comparative prominenter, superlative am prominentesten)

  1. prominent

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prominent m pers

  1. Eminent person; distinguished above others; VIP

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