in the public eye


in the public eye
adjective
of great interest to the public
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a person in the public eye

Similar to: ↑public

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well known or not well known to people in general

Her job keeps her in the public eye.

They insist on keeping their children out of the public eye.

Thesaurus: famous and well-knownsynonym not famoussynonym
Main entry: public

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: in a position that receives a lot of public notice and attention

The job requires someone who is comfortable being in the public eye.

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Main Entry:eye
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Main Entry:public

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in the public ˈeye idiom
well known to many people through newspapers and television

She doesn't want her children growing up in the public eye.

Main entry:publicidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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