- n.名气，名声; 好名声; 信誉，声望; 荣誉，名望;
- 复数: reputations;
a pianist with an international reputation
the hotel's tattered reputation
He has a reputation for being tough and uncompromising.
They quickly developed a reputation for combativeness.
The case was brought by his family, who say their reputation has been damaged by allegations about him.
His noisome reputation for corruption had already begun to spread.
Within months his reputation spread near and far.
Payne gained a reputation for sound, if orthodox, views.
The reputation of the navigator is under assault from historical revisionists.
She has a reputation for getting at the guts of a subject and never pulling her punches.
Her research suggests that Smith's reputation today is a travesty of what he really stood for.
She was by reputation a good organiser.
Marsalis has a formidable reputation in both jazz and classical music.
Potentially this could damage the reputation of the whole industry.
Mazda needs to reposition itself if it is to boost its sales and reputation.
The stories ruined his reputation.
We are very anxious to keep up the reputation of the firm.
She brought several persons of good credit to witness to her reputation.
A few years after his graduation from a university the man acquired the reputation of being a philosopher.
Actors have the reputation of being highly temperamental.
His reputation has been blown up completely.
Such conduct will derogate from your reputation.
His political reputation was damaged due to his illegal marriage.
Don't hazard your reputation by supporting that crook.
She got a reputation as a frump.
He took the remarks as a slur on his reputation.
He enjoyed a great reputation as an antiquarian.
Don't slur my brother's reputation!
At some dramatic moment in the story, the terrible secret becomes known and a reputation is ruined.
It is widely consumed despite its ill reputation.
Mr Jobs had a reputation as a control freak （怪人）, and his critics complained that the products and systems he designed were closed and inflexible, in the name of greater ease of use.
The consequences of getting caught are serious and may include a "O" on a test or assignment, an "F" in the class, suspension (暂令停学) or dismissal from school and a ruined reputation.
Finally, cheating can hurt the reputation of the university and harm those who worked hard for their degree
Why does British food have a reputation for being so bad?
That statement comes not, as you might imagine, from a stereotypical tree-hugging, save-the-world greenie ( ' , 环保主义者), but from Gordon Brown, a politician with a reputation for rigour, thoroughness and above all, caution.
Indeed many organizations also useinstitutional or prestige advertising which is designed to build uptheir reputation rather than to sell particular products.
He thought it would help enhance Harvard's reputation.
But this is a real-life argument before a Supreme Court that has a well-earned reputation for looking out for the interests of large corporations.
The Supreme Court will try to change its reputation for supporting large corporations
Being equipped with one of the most recent cutting-edge IT products could just help a college or university foster a cutting-edge reputation.
Although he is known to only a few people here, his reputation abroad is very great.
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As for crowds, a Hong Kong study found that they increased a restaurant's reputation, suggesting great food at fair prices.
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Daydreamers have a bad reputation for being unaware of what's happening around them.
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Inspections were a regular part of lighthouse living, and a keeper's reputation depended on results.
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Many Chinese brands, having developed their reputations over centuries, are facing new challenges from the modern market.
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She refused to live with male cranes, and even had a reputation for killing some of them, which made it impossible for her to become a mother.
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They have a reputation for providing a great riding experience.
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If that happens, passionate consumers would try to persuade others to boycott products, putting the reputation of the target company at risk.
A turbulent business environment also has senior managers cautious of letting vague pronouncements cloud their reputations.
The company seems to have concluded that its reputation in Vermont is already so damaged that it has noting left to lose by going to war with the state.
It is only the Queen who has preserved the monarchy’s reputation with her rather ordinary ( ' , if well-heeled) granny style.
From then on his sketches ,which appeared under the pen name “Boz” in The Evening Chronicle, earned him a modest reputation.
1. the state of being held in high esteem and honor
2. notoriety for some particular characteristic;
"his reputation for promiscuity"
3. the general estimation that the public has for a person;
"he acquired a reputation as an actor before he started writing"
"he was a person of bad report"
fame, honour, reputation, glory, renown