Which of these adjectives is better used to qualify a profile (the width of an elongated object, such as in crossing profile)?
- low or small
- large or high
Low crossing profile seems more common than small crossing profile, even though large crossing profile is more common than high crossing profile.
It seems there is some influence from the expression to keep a low profile, but there seems to be a contradiction in the way the two directions are dealt with. Is it normal? Or should I just use high crossing profile for consistency?