growing, increased, increasing

a performance which gives a special prominence to the part of Hamlet's mother

due, undue (both esp. BrE)
international, national
political, public
achieve, come into, come to, gain, rise to, shoot to (esp. BrE)

She came to national prominence as an artist in the 1960s.

bring sb/sth into, bring sb/sth to, give sb/sth

His account gives due prominence to the role of the king.

a place of prominence, a position of prominence

The former rebels were given positions of prominence in the new government.

a rise to prominence

The city's rise to prominence as a port began in the early 19th century.

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