prestigious


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pres·ti·gious

 (prĕ-stē′jəs, -stĭj′əs)
adj.
Having prestige; esteemed.

pres·ti′gious·ly adv.
pres·ti′gious·ness n.

prestigious

(prɛˈstɪdʒəs)
adj
1. having status or glamour; impressive or influential
2. rare characterized by or using deceit, cunning, or illusion; fraudulent
presˈtigiously adv
presˈtigiousness n

pres•tig•ious

(prɛˈstɪdʒ əs, -ˈstɪdʒ i əs, -ˈsti dʒəs, -ˈsti dʒi əs)

adj.
1. indicative of or conferring prestige: a prestigious address.
2. having a high reputation: a prestigious university.
pres•tig′ious•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.prestigious - having an illustrious reputation; respected; "our esteemed leader"; "a prestigious author"
reputable - having a good reputation; "a reputable business"; "a reputable scientist"; "a reputable wine"
2.prestigious - exerting influence by reason of high status or prestige; "a prestigious professor at a prestigious university"
influential - having or exercising influence or power; "an influential newspaper"; "influential leadership for peace"

prestigious

prestigious

adjective
Translations
prestižní
prestigefyldt
arvovaltainen
prestižan
名声のある
유명한
ugleden
prestigefylld
ซึ่งเป็นที่เคารพนับถือ
có uy tín

prestigious

[presˈtɪdʒəs] ADJprestigioso

prestigious

[prɛˈstɪdʒəs] adjprestigieux/euse

prestigious

adjPrestige-; a prestigious jobein Prestigeberuf m; to be (very) prestigious(einen hohen) Prestigewert haben

prestigious

[prɛsˈtɪdʒəs] adjprestigioso/a, di grande prestigio

prestigious

مَهِيب prestižní prestigefyldt angesehen περίβλεπτος prestigioso arvovaltainen prestigieux prestižan prestigioso 名声のある 유명한 prestigieus prestisjefylt prestiżowy prestigioso престижный prestigefylld ซึ่งเป็นที่เคารพนับถือ saygın có uy tín 享有声望的
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Working in a logical succession of images they showed me at last as clearly as a picture on a wall, Therese pressing with fervour the key into the fevered palm of the rich, prestigious, virtuous cousin, so that he should go and urge his self-sacrificing offer to Rita, and gain merit before Him whose Eye sees all the actions of men.
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