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English definition of “prestige”

prestige

noun [U]   /presˈtiːʒ/
respect or admiration that is given to someone or something, usually because of the reputation that they have for high quality, success, or social influence: The company has gained international prestige in recent years. the prestige of working for a top Wall Street firmlow/high prestige a gold credit card with high prestigeenjoy/gain prestige Many of these companies enjoy prestige outside their own countries.have/lack prestige The brand lacked prestige and had poor name recognition.
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