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re·pute

 (rĭ-pyo͞ot′)
tr.v. re·put·ed, re·put·ing, re·putes
1. To ascribe a particular fact or characteristic to: a remarked that is reputed to Voltaire.
2. To consider; suppose: He is reputed to be the best chef in town.
n.
1. Reputation: His repute depends on his ability to forecast economic changes.
2. A good reputation: a brand name of repute.

[Middle English reputen, from Old French reputer, from Latin reputāre, to think over : re-, re- + putāre, to think over; see pau- in Indo-European roots.]
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repute

(rɪˈpjuːt)
vb
(tr; usually passive) to consider (a person or thing) to be as specified: he is reputed to be intelligent.
n
public estimation; reputation: a writer of little repute.
[C15: from Old French reputer, from Latin reputāre to think over, from re- + putāre to think]
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re•pute

(rɪˈpyut)

n., v. -put•ed, -put•ing. n.
1. estimation in the view of others; reputation: persons of good repute.
2. favorable reputation.
v.t.
3. to consider or believe (a person or thing) to be as specified (usu. used in the passive): He was reputed to be a millionaire.
[1400–50; late Middle English (v.) < Middle French reputer < Latin reputāre to compute, consider =re- re- + putāre to think]
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repute


Past participle: reputed
Gerund: reputing

Imperative
repute
repute
Present
I repute
you repute
he/she/it reputes
we repute
you repute
they repute
Preterite
I reputed
you reputed
he/she/it reputed
we reputed
you reputed
they reputed
Present Continuous
I am reputing
you are reputing
he/she/it is reputing
we are reputing
you are reputing
they are reputing
Present Perfect
I have reputed
you have reputed
he/she/it has reputed
we have reputed
you have reputed
they have reputed
Past Continuous
I was reputing
you were reputing
he/she/it was reputing
we were reputing
you were reputing
they were reputing
Past Perfect
I had reputed
you had reputed
he/she/it had reputed
we had reputed
you had reputed
they had reputed
Future
I will repute
you will repute
he/she/it will repute
we will repute
you will repute
they will repute
Future Perfect
I will have reputed
you will have reputed
he/she/it will have reputed
we will have reputed
you will have reputed
they will have reputed
Future Continuous
I will be reputing
you will be reputing
he/she/it will be reputing
we will be reputing
you will be reputing
they will be reputing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been reputing
you have been reputing
he/she/it has been reputing
we have been reputing
you have been reputing
they have been reputing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been reputing
you will have been reputing
he/she/it will have been reputing
we will have been reputing
you will have been reputing
they will have been reputing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been reputing
you had been reputing
he/she/it had been reputing
we had been reputing
you had been reputing
they had been reputing
Conditional
I would repute
you would repute
he/she/it would repute
we would repute
you would repute
they would repute
Past Conditional
I would have reputed
you would have reputed
he/she/it would have reputed
we would have reputed
you would have reputed
they would have reputed
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.repute - the state of being held in high esteem and honorrepute - the state of being held in high esteem and honor
honour, laurels, honor - the state of being honored
black eye - a bad reputation; "his behavior gave the whole family a black eye"
stock - the reputation and popularity a person has; "his stock was so high he could have been elected mayor"
character - good repute; "he is a man of character"
name - a person's reputation; "he wanted to protect his good name"
fame - favorable public reputation
discredit, disrepute - the state of being held in low esteem; "your actions will bring discredit to your name"; "because of the scandal the school has fallen into disrepute"
Verb1.repute - look on as or consider; "she looked on this affair as a joke"; "He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician"; "He is reputed to be intelligent"
think, believe, conceive, consider - judge or regard; look upon; judge; "I think he is very smart"; "I believe her to be very smart"; "I think that he is her boyfriend"; "The racist conceives such people to be inferior"
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repute

noun
1. reputation, standing, fame, celebrity, distinction, esteem, stature, eminence, estimation, renown The UN's repute has risen immeasurably.
2. name, character, reputation a house of ill-repute
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repute

verb
To regard in an appraising way:
noun
1. Public estimation of someone:
Informal: rep.
2. Wide recognition for one's deeds:
3. A person's high standing among others:
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Translations

repute

[rɪˈpjuːt]
A. Nreputación f, renombre m
a firm of reputeuna casa acreditada
a café of ill reputeun café con mala fama
a house of ill repute (euph) → una casa de mala fama
to hold sb in (high) reputetener un alto concepto de algn
his skill was held in high reputesu destreza era muy estimada
by reputesegún la opinión común, según se dice
to know sb by repute onlyconocer a algn sólo por su reputación or de oídas nada más
B. VT he is reputed to be very fastse dice que es muy rápido
she is reputed to be the world's besttiene fama de ser la mejor del mundo
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repute

[rɪˈpjuːt] nrenom m
of repute → de renom
to be held in high repute → être tenu(e) en haute estime
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repute

nRuf m, → Ansehen nt; to know somebody by reputevon jdm schon viel gehört haben; to be of high reputeeinen guten Ruf genießen; a restaurant of reputeein angesehenes Restaurant; a house of ill reputeein Haus von zweifelhaftem Ruf; to be held in low reputeeinen schlechten Ruf haben
vt (pass only) he is reputed to be …man sagt, dass er … ist; to be reputed to be richals reich gelten; he is reputed to be the bester gilt als der Beste, er steht in dem Ruf, der Beste zu sein
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repute

[rɪˈpjuːt] n (frm) → reputazione f
of (good) repute (person) → che ha una buona reputazione (place) → che ha un buon nome
by repute → di fama
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References in classic literature ?
Palmer, the teacher of the public school, all men of consequence and repute. They were to meet at Holcomb's house at eight o'clock in the evening of the appointed day and go together to the scene of their vigil, where certain arrangements for their comfort, a provision of fuel and the like, for the season was winter, had been already made.
Neither have our brother's sagacity and prudence been less in repute among his brethren than his valour and discipline; in so much, that knights, both in eastern and western lands, have named De Bois-Guilbert as one who may well be put in nomination as successor to this batoon, when it shall please Heaven to release us from the toil of bearing it.
It was not quite so far off as could have been wished; but it was probably far enough, her radius of movement and repute having been so small.