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prestige

adjective [before noun]
 
 
/presˈtiːʒ/
used to describe something that causes people to feel respect or admiration, for example because it is of high quality or connected with social success: The company is a manufacturer of prestige products.
Translations of “prestige”
in Chinese (Traditional) 有威望的,有威信的,受尊重的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有威望的,有威信的,受尊重的…
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