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Translation of "reputed" - English-Spanish dictionary

reputed

adjective   /rɪˈpjuː.tɪd/
said to be the true situation although this is not known to be certain and may not be likely presunto, supuesto She is reputed to be 25 years younger than her husband. They employed him because of his reputed skill in dealing with the press.1744
reputedly adverb   /-li/
según se dice, según se cree She reputedly (= is said to have) turned down a $2 million advertising contract.1744
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