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Reputation

Meanings and phrases

reputation

Pronunciation American British Australian Indian
n.
  1. the state of being held in high esteem and honor; repute
  2. notoriety for some particular characteristic
  3. the general estimation that the public has for a person; report

gained a reputation

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E.g.
  • Franco quickly gained a reputation as a good officer.
  • Bilotti soon gained a reputation for violence.
  • Mingus gained a reputation as a bass prodigy.

developed a reputation

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E.g.
  • They quickly developed a reputation for having fun.
  • He developed a reputation as a maverick lawyer.
  • He quickly developed a reputation for his fast and thorough work.

international reputation

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E.g.
  • Today, his international reputation is well established.
  • Paul Kogerman won international reputation with his work on oil shale.
  • In the 1950s A. C. Bang won an international reputation for its mink furs.

earned a reputation

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E.g.
  • He soon earned a reputation as a good-fielding first baseman.
  • ), and he has earned a reputation for violence and brutality.
  • Indian Queen earned a reputation for winning over long distances.

good reputation

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E.g.
  • He enjoyed a good reputation in his country.
  • Czech hockey school has a good reputation.
  • The medicine enjoyed a good reputation locally and overseas.

reputation among

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E.g.
  • Wild had a frightening reputation among Southerners.
  • Ochino's reputation among Protestants was low.
  • Recently, the tower's reputation among Czechs has improved.

established a reputation

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E.g.
  • There, he established a reputation as a formidable debater.
  • Webb, like his predecessor, established a reputation as a maverick MP.
  • He soon established a reputation as a player of eccentric character parts.

high reputation

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E.g.
  • Skinner knew Beanes and the high reputation he had.
  • Bulgarian rugby has not traditionally enjoyed a high reputation.
  • The two also have a high reputation among students for their respective stature and personality.

acquired a reputation

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E.g.
  • In Burma, Blair acquired a reputation as an outsider.
  • They rarely lost and acquired a reputation as fierce warriors.
  • He quickly acquired a reputation as one of the finest instrumentalists in Venice.

bad reputation

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E.g.
  • Due to this bad reputation, the car wasn't very popular in Sweden.
  • One cause of his bad reputation may have been his lack of language skills.
  • This part of the city is the poorest area of Budapest with a bad reputation.

national reputation

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E.g.
  • This case brought him more than ever into national reputation.
  • His national reputation began to grow.
  • Middleport Park Bowling Club has a national reputation and has won several national trophies.

established his reputation

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E.g.
  • These works established his reputation.
  • He established his reputation as a critic by his independent novels.
  • Newman first established his reputation in the industry as an assistant director at MGM.

built a reputation

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E.g.
  • They built a reputation on solid club work.
  • Herring has built a reputation as an innovative and successful coach.
  • He quickly built a reputation as an activist among the Black community in Los Angeles.

great reputation

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E.g.
  • It is making itself a great reputation for quality."
  • He made a great reputation in old men's parts.
  • This work enjoyed a great reputation during the Middle Ages.

strong reputation

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E.g.
  • The brand also gained a strong reputation for quality at the expense of other brands.
  • Channel 4 has a strong reputation for history programmes and real-life documentaries.
  • Malang has a strong reputation throughout Indonesia as a center for higher education and learning.

reputation grew

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E.g.
  • As her reputation grew, so did the amount of money she was making.
  • As a consequence of these trips abroad, his continental reputation grew.
  • Over the next seven years, his reputation grew and Lowe became widely and favorably known.

s reputation

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E.g.
  • Zainab Pasha’s reputation was actually known after the Tobacco Protest.
  • This is due in large part to Artemis’s reputation as a protector of wildlife.
  • Powell developed new educational products that built upon the "Britannica"s reputation.

growing reputation

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E.g.
  • With her growing reputation, the Soviet authorities did not ignore her.
  • These years also saw the growing reputation of "Being and Time" outside Germany.
  • The growing reputation of Le Neve's pack in 1697 prompted Sir Horatio Pettus Bt.

s reputation

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E.g.
  • Zainab Pasha’s reputation was actually known after the Tobacco Protest.
  • This is due in large part to Artemis’s reputation as a protector of wildlife.
  • Kelso is alarmed by their arrival, as he knows of Harry’s reputation as a cold-blooded killer.

poor reputation

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E.g.
  • The mine had a poor reputation with the saying ″on boiling mine payday″, meaning never.
  • Faced with high maintenance costs and a poor reputation, Alcatraz closed on March 21, 1963.
  • Tandon motorcycles suffered from a poor reputation as regards design, materials and build quality, enjoying only limited popularity.

gaining a reputation

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E.g.
  • He served for 26 years, gaining a reputation as one of the court's most prolific justices.
  • His Daggers career got off to an indifferent start with Ogogo gaining a reputation for getting sent off.
  • In the early 1930s, he supported the music scene in San Francisco, gaining a reputation as an adept amateur concert singer himself.

excellent reputation

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E.g.
  • Because of this long tradition, their workmanship and quality has an excellent reputation.
  • During this period, the abbey maintained an excellent reputation for the virtue of its canons.
  • The column had an excellent reputation, and was one of the few such columns in the professional magazines.

made his reputation

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E.g.
  • With these collections, Cummings made his reputation as an avant garde poet.
  • Stoddart made his reputation in club cricket and was playing for Middlesex by 1885.
  • Between several works he has made, his treatise on the Eucharist has made his reputation immortal.
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