reputable


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rep·u·ta·ble

 (rĕp′yə-tə-bəl)
adj.
Having a good reputation; honorable.

rep′u·ta·bil′i·ty n.
rep′u·ta·bly adv.

reputable

(ˈrɛpjʊtəbəl)
adj
1. having a good reputation; honoured, trustworthy, or respectable
2. (Linguistics) (of words) acceptable as good usage; standard
ˌreputaˈbility n
ˈreputably adv

rep•u•ta•ble

(ˈrɛp yə tə bəl)

adj.
1. held in good repute; honorable; respectable.
2. considered to be good or acceptable usage; standard: reputable speech.
[1605–15]
rep′u•ta•bly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.reputable - having a good reputation; "a reputable business"; "a reputable scientist"; "a reputable wine"
honourable, honorable - worthy of being honored; entitled to honor and respect; "an honorable man"; "led an honorable life"; "honorable service to his country"
respectable - characterized by socially or conventionally acceptable morals; "a respectable woman"
disreputable - lacking respectability in character or behavior or appearance

reputable

adjective respectable, good, excellent, reliable, worthy, legitimate, upright, honourable, honoured, trustworthy, creditable, estimable, well-thought-of, of good repute Buy your car through a reputable dealer.
cowboy (informal), unreliable, shady (informal), disreputable, untrustworthy, fly-by-night

reputable

adjective
Translations
حَسَنُ السُّمْعَةحَسَن السُّمْعَه
serióznísolidní
velrenommeret
hyvämaineinen
ugledan
heiîvirîur
信頼できる
평판이 좋은
ocenenýuznávaný
aktningsvärd
น่าเชื่อถือ
đáng tin

reputable

[ˈrepjʊtəbl] ADJ [firm, brand] → acreditado, de confianza; [person] → honroso, formal

reputable

[ˈrɛpjʊtəbəl] adj [person] → de bonne réputation; [occupation] → honorable

reputable

adjehrenhaft; personangesehen; occupationordentlich, anständig; dealer, firmseriös

reputable

[ˈrɛpjʊtəbl] adj (firm, supplier) → degno/a di fiducia, serio/a; (occupation) → rispettabile

reputation

(repjuˈteiʃən) noun
the opinion which people in general have about a person etc, a persons's abilities etc. That firm has a good/bad reputation; He has made a reputation for himself as an expert in computers; He has the reputation of being difficult to please; The scandal damaged his reputation.
ˈreputable adjective
respectable; well thought of. Is that a reputable firm?
reputed (riˈpjuːtid) adjective
generally reported and believed. He is reputed to be very wealthy.
live up to one's reputation
to behave or do as people expect one to.

reputable

حَسَنُ السُّمْعَة seriózní velrenommeret angesehen ευυπόληπτος de confianza hyvämaineinen réputé ugledan rispettabile 信頼できる 평판이 좋은 achtenswaardig vel ansett szanowany respeitável уважаемый aktningsvärd น่าเชื่อถือ saygıdeğer đáng tin 著名的
References in classic literature ?
He must have been anxious, though no doubt he had collected beforehand on the shores of the Gauls a store of information from the talk of traders, adventurers, fishermen, slave-dealers, pirates - all sorts of unofficial men connected with the sea in a more or less reputable way.
According to the testimony of many reputable residents of the vicinity these were inconsistent with any other hypothesis than that the house was haunted.
But as our gentle reader may possibly have a better opinion of the young gentleman than her ladyship, and may even have some concern, should it be apprehended that, during this unhappy separation from Sophia, he took up his residence either at an inn, or in the street; we shall now give an account of his lodging, which was indeed in a very reputable house, and in a very good part of the town.
But the name of that family, Davie, boy, is the name you bear -- Balfours of Shaws: an ancient, honest, reputable house, peradventure in these latter days decayed.
"I incline to Cain's heresy," he used to say quaintly: "I let my brother go to the devil in his own way." In this character, it was frequently his fortune to be the last reputable acquaintance and the last good influence in the lives of downgoing men.
She is a little ambitious, a little fond of pleasure, but a leader of society, and, I am sure, a very reputable member of it.
Let me get back to a pleasing and reputable subject, by saying a word or two more about my father.
My hand is as light, my words of comfort are as welcome, among those suffering wretches" (she pointed to the room in which the wounded men were lying) "as if I was the most reputable woman breathing.
He's a better behaved and more reputable member of society now than he ever was before.
Thus the Puritan elders in their black cloaks, starched bands, and steeple-crowned hats, smiled not unbenignantly at the clamour and rude deportment of these jolly seafaring men; and it excited neither surprise nor animadversion when so reputable a citizen as old Roger Chillingworth, the physician, was seen to enter the market-place in close and familiar talk with the commander of the questionable vessel.
These lodgings were in an entresol of the Place Royale, a perfectly reputable and private part of the town, and in many respects were highly eligible.
I dare say there is always some reputable tradesman's wife or other going up."