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stature

noun uk   /ˈstætʃ.ər/ us    //

stature noun (REPUTATION)

[U] the good reputation a person or organization has, based on their behaviour and ability: an artist of great stature His stature as an art critic was tremendous. If the school continues to gain in stature, it will attract the necessary financial support.

stature noun (HEIGHT)

[C usually singular] formal (especially of people) height: His red hair and short stature made him easy to recognize.
Translations of “stature”
in Spanish estatura, de renombre…
in French stature, envergure…
in German die Statur, das Format…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲譽, 聲望…
in Russian калибр, масштаб, рост…
in Turkish önem, kişilik, şöhret…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声誉, 声望…
in Polish pozycja, renoma, postura…
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