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prestige

noun [U] uk   /presˈtiːʒ/ us  
C1 respect and admiration given to someone or something, usually because of a reputation for high quality, success, or social influence: The company has gained international prestige. Many people are attracted by the prestige of working for a top company.

prestige

adjective [before noun] uk   /presˈtiːʒ/ us  
causing admiration because of being connected with being rich or powerful: a prestige address/car/job/label
Translations of “prestige”
in Spanish prestigio…
in French prestige…
in German das Prestige…
in Chinese (Traditional) 威信,聲望,威望…
in Russian престиж, признание…
in Turkish itibar, saygınlık, prestij…
in Chinese (Simplified) 威信,声望,威望…
in Polish prestiż…
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