reputation


reputation
n.

1) to acquire, establish a reputation

2) to have, hold a reputation (he had the reputation of being a heavy drinker)

3) to guard, protect one's reputation

4) to compromise, destroy, ruin, tarnish smb.'s reputation

5) an enviable, excellent, fine, good, impeccable, spotless, unblemished, unsullied, untarnished reputation

6) a tainted, tarnished, unenviable reputation

7) an international, worldwide; local; national reputation

8) a reputation as, for (that judge has a reputation for being fair)

9) by reputation (to know smb. by reputation)

10) (misc.) to live up to one's reputation; to stake one's reputation on smt.

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[ˌrepjʊ'teɪʃ(ə)n]
destroy
establish a reputation
excellent
impeccable
local
national reputation
protect one's reputation
spotless
tarnish smb. 's reputation
tarnished
to stake one's reputation on smt.
unblemished
unenviable reputation
unsullied
untarnished reputation
worldwide
hold a reputation (he had the reputation of being a heavy drinker)
for (that judge has a reputation for being fair)
(misc.) to live up to one's reputation
a tainted
a reputation as
an enviable
an international
to acquire
to compromise
to guard
to have
by reputation (to know smb. by reputation)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • Reputation — (lat.), guter Ruf, Ansehen …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon


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