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  • 1 con dudosa reputación

    (adj.) = disreputable
    Ex. Items from disreputable publishers may be ignored, whereas items from the respected publishers would always be abstracted = Los documentos de editores de dudosa reputación se podían ignorar, mientras que los de editores respetados siempre se resumían.
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    (adj.) = disreputable

    Ex: Items from disreputable publishers may be ignored, whereas items from the respected publishers would always be abstracted = Los documentos de editores de dudosa reputación se podían ignorar, mientras que los de editores respetados siempre se resumían.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con dudosa reputación

  • 2 con mala reputación

    (adj.) = disreputable
    Ex. Items from disreputable publishers may be ignored, whereas items from the respected publishers would always be abstracted = Los documentos de editores de dudosa reputación se podían ignorar, mientras que los de editores respetados siempre se resumían.
    * * *
    (adj.) = disreputable

    Ex: Items from disreputable publishers may be ignored, whereas items from the respected publishers would always be abstracted = Los documentos de editores de dudosa reputación se podían ignorar, mientras que los de editores respetados siempre se resumían.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con mala reputación

  • 3 reputación

    f.
    reputation, fame, name, renown.
    * * *
    1 reputation
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    noun f.
    reputation, name
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    femenino reputation
    * * *
    = image, reputation, standing, repute, cred, street cred, street credibility.
    Ex. As she tried to figure out how to change her and the library's image, she made some interesting observations.
    Ex. Various publishers have reputations for specific styles, subject areas or works for specific audiences.
    Ex. Their sheer institutional standing and regard have had a bearing upon the creation of a situation which is a good deal better than it might otherwise have been.
    Ex. In view of the fact that many of these reports are written by academic specialists, often of international repute, it is not surprising that they constitute a valuable source of information for the academic community.
    Ex. That may be true, but then you have to get people to your site, which you won't do without cred.
    Ex. Barack Hussein Obama has lost a lot of street cred with the country as of late, but maybe not in his world.
    Ex. These robbers carry out their vicious attacks for 'kicks' and street credibility rather than cash, a chilling study reveals.
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    * buena reputación = well respected, good repute, good reputation.
    * con buena reputación = respected, reputable.
    * con dudosa reputación = disreputable.
    * con mala reputación = disreputable.
    * de buena reputación = of good repute.
    * de mala reputación = of bad repute, notorious.
    * deshonrar la reputación = besmirch + reputation.
    * ganarse una reputación = achieve + reputation, secure + reputation.
    * mala reputación = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation.
    * quitarse una mala reputación = clean up + bad reputation.
    * reputación + extenderse = reputation + spread.
    * salvaguardar la reputación = save + Posesivo + reputation.
    * tener la reputación de ser = be well known for.
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    femenino reputation
    * * *
    = image, reputation, standing, repute, cred, street cred, street credibility.

    Ex: As she tried to figure out how to change her and the library's image, she made some interesting observations.

    Ex: Various publishers have reputations for specific styles, subject areas or works for specific audiences.
    Ex: Their sheer institutional standing and regard have had a bearing upon the creation of a situation which is a good deal better than it might otherwise have been.
    Ex: In view of the fact that many of these reports are written by academic specialists, often of international repute, it is not surprising that they constitute a valuable source of information for the academic community.
    Ex: That may be true, but then you have to get people to your site, which you won't do without cred.
    Ex: Barack Hussein Obama has lost a lot of street cred with the country as of late, but maybe not in his world.
    Ex: These robbers carry out their vicious attacks for 'kicks' and street credibility rather than cash, a chilling study reveals.
    * buena reputación = well respected, good repute, good reputation.
    * con buena reputación = respected, reputable.
    * con dudosa reputación = disreputable.
    * con mala reputación = disreputable.
    * de buena reputación = of good repute.
    * de mala reputación = of bad repute, notorious.
    * deshonrar la reputación = besmirch + reputation.
    * ganarse una reputación = achieve + reputation, secure + reputation.
    * mala reputación = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation.
    * quitarse una mala reputación = clean up + bad reputation.
    * reputación + extenderse = reputation + spread.
    * salvaguardar la reputación = save + Posesivo + reputation.
    * tener la reputación de ser = be well known for.

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    reputation
    tener buena/mala reputación to have a good/bad reputation
    le dañó la reputación it damaged his reputation
    tienes reputación de buen mecánico you have a reputation as a good mechanic
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    reputación sustantivo femenino
    reputation;

    reputación sustantivo femenino reputation

    ' reputación' also found in these entries:
    Spanish:
    empañar
    - empañarse
    - ensuciar
    - hipotecar
    - menoscabar
    - tacha
    - crear
    - destruir
    - fama
    - jugar
    - mancha
    - manchar
    - menguar
    - reivindicar
    English:
    blemish
    - blob
    - build up
    - damage
    - destroy
    - disreputable
    - guard
    - injure
    - injury
    - make
    - name
    - redeem
    - reputation
    - repute
    - spotless
    - stain
    - stained
    - taint
    - tainted
    - tatters
    - undamaged
    - untarnished
    - involve
    - live
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    reputation;
    un cirujano de muy buena reputación a surgeon with a very good reputation;
    tiene muy mala reputación he has a very bad reputation;
    tiene reputación de ser un hábil negociador he has a reputation for being a skilful negotiator
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    f reputation;
    de buena reputación with a good reputation;
    tener buena/mala reputación have a good/bad reputation
    * * *
    reputación nf, pl - ciones : reputation
    * * *
    reputación n reputation

    Spanish-English dictionary > reputación

  • 4 buena reputación

    f.
    good reputation, good name, credit, good fame.
    * * *
    (n.) = well respected, good repute, good reputation
    Ex. These university presses are well respected.
    Ex. In deciding good repute the Department will take account of any convictions and also any other relevant information.
    Ex. A good reputation is more valuable than money.
    * * *
    (n.) = well respected, good repute, good reputation

    Ex: These university presses are well respected.

    Ex: In deciding good repute the Department will take account of any convictions and also any other relevant information.
    Ex: A good reputation is more valuable than money.

    Spanish-English dictionary > buena reputación

  • 5 con buena reputación

    (adj.) = respected, reputable
    Ex. When he was younger he really turned the library around, from a backwater, two-bit operation to the respected institution it is today.
    Ex. Plainly it is worth seeking both reputable suppliers and producers, since they have an interest in offering a sound product.
    * * *
    (adj.) = respected, reputable

    Ex: When he was younger he really turned the library around, from a backwater, two-bit operation to the respected institution it is today.

    Ex: Plainly it is worth seeking both reputable suppliers and producers, since they have an interest in offering a sound product.

    Spanish-English dictionary > con buena reputación

  • 6 de buena reputación

    Ex. To have the reputation ' of good repute', however, was powerful enough to acquit a person suspected of a crime or wrongful act.
    * * *

    Ex: To have the reputation ' of good repute', however, was powerful enough to acquit a person suspected of a crime or wrongful act.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de buena reputación

  • 7 de mala reputación

    (adj.) = of bad repute, notorious
    Ex. A license shall not be granted to a person of bad repute.
    Ex. Iraqi secret police believed that the notorious Palestinian assassin Abu Nidal was working for the Americans as well as Egypt and Kuwait.
    * * *
    (adj.) = of bad repute, notorious

    Ex: A license shall not be granted to a person of bad repute.

    Ex: Iraqi secret police believed that the notorious Palestinian assassin Abu Nidal was working for the Americans as well as Egypt and Kuwait.

    Spanish-English dictionary > de mala reputación

  • 8 deshonrar la reputación

    (v.) = besmirch + reputation
    Ex. Haydon himself was largely responsible for besmirching Knight's reputation as a connoisseur and a gentleman.
    * * *
    (v.) = besmirch + reputation

    Ex: Haydon himself was largely responsible for besmirching Knight's reputation as a connoisseur and a gentleman.

    Spanish-English dictionary > deshonrar la reputación

  • 9 ganarse una reputación

    (v.) = achieve + reputation, secure + reputation
    Ex. Scilken has deservedly achieved a reputation as the consumer advocate and gadfly of the profession during the 12 years of his directorship of the Orange Public Library in Orange, New Jersey.
    Ex. In the field of cataloguing he streamlined the cataloguing process and secured an international reputation with his cataloguing code and subject headings list.
    * * *
    (v.) = achieve + reputation, secure + reputation

    Ex: Scilken has deservedly achieved a reputation as the consumer advocate and gadfly of the profession during the 12 years of his directorship of the Orange Public Library in Orange, New Jersey.

    Ex: In the field of cataloguing he streamlined the cataloguing process and secured an international reputation with his cataloguing code and subject headings list.

    Spanish-English dictionary > ganarse una reputación

  • 10 mala reputación

    f.
    bad name, disrepute, ill fame, bad reputation.
    * * *
    (n.) = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation
    Ex. In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.
    Ex. If you want to see a public institution in bad repute, look at the data on how the public views the press.
    Ex. While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.
    Ex. Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.
    * * *
    (n.) = ill-repute, bad repute, bad reputation, ill reputation

    Ex: In olden days, women of ill-repute would put a red light bulb in their front porch light socket.

    Ex: If you want to see a public institution in bad repute, look at the data on how the public views the press.
    Ex: While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.
    Ex: Untruth brings about ill reputation and indignity.

    Spanish-English dictionary > mala reputación

  • 11 quitarse una mala reputación

    (v.) = clean up + bad reputation
    Ex. While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.
    * * *
    (v.) = clean up + bad reputation

    Ex: While it is much better to get off to a good start to begin with, there are things that can be done to clean up a bad reputation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > quitarse una mala reputación

  • 12 reputación + extenderse

    (n.) = reputation + spread
    Ex. The reputation of modern Swedish children's literature has spread to many countries and it is frequently translated -- in fact more than adult literature.
    * * *
    (n.) = reputation + spread

    Ex: The reputation of modern Swedish children's literature has spread to many countries and it is frequently translated -- in fact more than adult literature.

    Spanish-English dictionary > reputación + extenderse

  • 13 salvaguardar la reputación

    (v.) = save + Posesivo + reputation
    Ex. She was being asked to forego it to save his precious reputation.
    * * *
    (v.) = save + Posesivo + reputation

    Ex: She was being asked to forego it to save his precious reputation.

    Spanish-English dictionary > salvaguardar la reputación

  • 14 tener la reputación de ser

    Ex. The philosophical, brooding Hippopotamians have suffered many attacks by the neighbouring nations who are well known for their purposefulness and efficiency.
    * * *

    Ex: The philosophical, brooding Hippopotamians have suffered many attacks by the neighbouring nations who are well known for their purposefulness and efficiency.

    Spanish-English dictionary > tener la reputación de ser

  • 15 buena reputación

    • credence
    • good money
    • good name
    • good nature
    • good references
    • good relations
    • good reputation
    • good repute
    • good reviews
    • good sport
    • good standing
    • good step
    • prestige
    • renown
    • reputability
    • solid name

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > buena reputación

  • 16 casa de mala reputación

    • house of ill repute

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > casa de mala reputación

  • 17 de buena reputación

    • highly-priced
    • highly-strung
    • in good shape
    • in good taste
    • reputable
    • well then
    • well-reasoned
    • well-reputed
    • well-thought of
    • well-thought-out
    • well-thumbed

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de buena reputación

  • 18 de mala reputación

    • disreputable
    • ill-reputed
    • not respectable
    • shady

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de mala reputación

  • 19 de muy buena reputación

    • highly-priced
    • highly-strung

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > de muy buena reputación

  • 20 dejar su reputación a salvo

    • clear one's name

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > dejar su reputación a salvo

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