repute

repute
repute
tr[rɪ'pjʊːt]
noun
1 reputación nombre femenino, fama
repute [ri'pju:t] n
: reputación f, fama f
repute
n.
reputación s.f.
v.
reputar v.
rɪ'pjuːt
mass noun (frml) reputación f, fama f

of repute — de renombre

house of ill repute — casa f de mala fama

[rɪ'pjuːt]
1.
N reputación f , renombre m

a firm of repute — una casa acreditada

a café of ill repute — un café con mala fama

a house of ill repute — euph una casa de mala fama

to hold sb in (high) repute — tener un alto concepto de algn

his skill was held in high repute — su destreza era muy estimada

by repute — según la opinión común, según se dice

to know sb by repute only — conocer a algn solo por su reputación or de oídas nada más

2.
VT

he is reputed to be very fast — se dice que es muy rápido

she is reputed to be the world's best — tiene fama de ser la mejor del mundo

* * *
[rɪ'pjuːt]
mass noun (frml) reputación f, fama f

of repute — de renombre

house of ill repute — casa f de mala fama


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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