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Translation of "prestige" - English-Spanish dictionary

prestige

noun [no plural]   /presˈtiːʒ/
respect and admiration given to someone or something, usually because of a reputation for high quality, success, or social influence prestigio The company has gained international prestige. Many people are attracted by the prestige of working for a top company.1887
adjective   /presˈtiːʒ/
causing admiration because of being connected with being rich or powerful prestigioso, de prestigio a prestige address/car/job/label2284
(Definition of prestige from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

prestige

noun /preˈstiːʒ/
reputation or influence due to success, rank etc prestigio Students are attracted to Harvard by its prestige.
prestigious adjective
respected and admired by people for being important or of very high quality Prestigioso a prestigious law firm.
(Definition of prestige from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “prestige”
in Vietnamese uy tín…
in Malaysian martabat…
in Thai ศักดิ์ศรี…
in French prestige…
in German das Prestige…
in Chinese (Simplified) 威信,声望,威望…
in Turkish itibar, saygınlık, prestij…
in Russian престиж, признание…
in Indonesian gengsi…
in Chinese (Traditional) 威信,聲望,威望…
in Polish prestiż…
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