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reputation /ˌrepjəˈteɪʃən, ˌrepjʊˈteɪʃən/ noun [countable]


شهرت ، اعتبار ، ابرو ، خوشنامی ، اشتهار ، اوازه ، قانون ـ فقه: عرض ، روانشناسی: شهرت ، بازرگانی: معروفیت ، شهرت
reputation
[noun]
Synonyms: estimation, character, esteem, name, renown, repute, standing, stature
Related Words: authority, credit, influence, prestige, weight
English Thesaurus: reputation, image, name, standing, prestige, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

reputation W3 /ˌrepjəˈteɪʃən, ˌrepjʊˈteɪʃən/ noun [countable]
[Word Family: noun: reputation, repute, disrepute; adjective: reputabledisreputable, reputed; adverb: reputedly]
the opinion that people have about someone or something because of what has happened in the past
reputation for
Judge Kelso has a reputation for being strict but fair.
reputation as
In her last job she gained a reputation as a hard worker.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

reputation
noun
ADJ. considerable, enviable, excellent, fine, good, great, high, unrivalled, well-deserved, well-earned She has built up an enviable reputation as a harpist.
awesome, fearsome, formidable | bad, poor, unenviable, unsavoury | established | growing | undeserved | intact (only after reputation) He emerged from the trial with his reputation intact.
public | international, worldwide | professional
VERB + REPUTATION enjoy, have He has the reputation of being a hard worker.
acquire, build (up), earn, establish, gain, make Her international reputation is built on an impressive list of publications.
damage, destroy, lose, ruin, tarnish | protect | live up to November is certainly living up to its reputation?we've had nothing but rain all week.
live down She found it hard to live down her reputation as a second-rate actress.
stake He has staked his reputation on the success of the play.
REPUTATION + VERB grow | suffer The company's reputation suffered when it had to recall thousands of products that were unsafe.
PREP. by ~ He was by reputation difficult to please.
~ as You've made quite a reputation for yourself as a rebel!
~ for The company has a well-deserved reputation for being reliable.
PHRASES a loss of reputation

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

reputation

have a good/bad etc reputation
The law firm has an excellent reputation.
get a reputation (also gain/acquire a reputation formal)
Over the years, the company has gained a reputation for making quality products.
I didn’t want to get a reputation as a troublemaker.
earn/win a reputation
As a young publisher, she earned a reputation for toughness.
enjoy a reputation (=have it)
The hotel enjoys a good reputation.
deserve a reputation (=have earned it)
France deserves its reputation for good food.
live up to its reputation (=be as good as people say it is)
New York certainly lived up to its reputation as an exciting city.
establish a reputation (=make people accept that you are good at doing something)
By then Picasso was already establishing his reputation as an artist.
enhance sb’s reputation (=make it better)
The performance enhanced his reputation as one of our most promising young actors.
build/develop a reputation
Our business has built a reputation for reliable service.
damage sb’s reputation
She wouldn’t do anything to damage her family’s reputation.
tarnish sb’s reputation (=make it worse)
His reputation was tarnished by allegations that he had taken bribes.
destroy/ruin sb’s reputation
The accusation ruined her reputation and cost her the election.
good/excellent
The university has a very good reputation.
bad/poor
The city doesn’t deserve its bad reputation.
a considerable reputation (=one that is quite important)
He was also an historian with a considerable reputation.
an international/worldwide reputation
The department has a worldwide reputation for its research.
a formidable reputation (=one that makes people have a lot of respect for someone or something, or be afraid of them)
After the meeting, I understood why he had such a formidable reputation.
an enviable reputation (=a good one that others would like to have)
The company has established an enviable reputation for quality.
a well-deserved reputation
Ronaldo’s performances earned him a deserved reputation as a terrific footballer.
an undeserved reputation
She has an undeserved reputation for being difficult, but really it's just her manner.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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