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Translation of "reputation" - English-Spanish dictionary

reputation

noun /repjuˈteiʃən/
the opinion which people in general have about a person etc , a persons’s abilities etc reputación That firm has a good/bad reputation He has made a reputation for himself as an expert in computers He has the reputation of being difficult to please The scandal damaged his reputation.
reputable adjective
respectable; well thought of de buena reputación; acreditado; respetable Is that a reputable firm?
reputed /riˈpjuːtid/ adjective
generally reported and believed supuesto, presunto, considerado como He is reputed to be very wealthy.
live up to one’s reputation
to behave or do as people expect one to merecer la reputación, mantener su reputación She lived up to her reputation for being extremely kind and generous.
Translations of “reputation”
in Arabic سُمْعة…
in Korean 명성…
in Malaysian reputasi…
in French réputation…
in Turkish ün, şöhret, nam…
in Italian fama, reputazione…
in Chinese (Traditional) 名譽, 聲望, 名望…
in Russian репутация…
in Polish reputacja…
in Vietnamese danh tiếng…
in Portuguese reputação…
in Thai ชื่อเสียง…
in German der Ruf…
in Catalan reputació, fama…
in Japanese 評判, 世評…
in Indonesian reputasi…
in Chinese (Simplified) 名誉, 声望, 名望…
(Definition of reputation from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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