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reputed

adjective
 
 
/rɪˈpjuːtɪd/ formal
believed by most people to be true: She earns a reputed one million dollars a year. [+ to do sth] The ghost of a young woman is reputed to haunt the building.Seeming and purporting to beFaking and pretending
reputedly adverb
Translations of “reputed”
in Chinese (Traditional) 據說的, 普遍認為的, 號稱的…
in Russian предполагаемый, считающийся…
in Turkish ...sayılan, sözde, güya…
in Chinese (Simplified) 据说的, 普遍认为的, 号称的…
in Polish rzekomy…
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