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الإنجليزية - التركية
{i} şöhret, ün (kötü anlamda)

Fadıl şöhreti çok istiyordu. - Fadil craved notoriety.

{i} adı çıkma
kötü şöhret
{i} adı çıkmış kimse
ün adı çıkmış kimse
{i} dile düşme
public knowledge
kamu bilgi
facts of general notoriety
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الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
The condition of being infamous or notorious

e who portrays examples of disinterestedness and intrepidity, confers on virtue the notoriety and homage that are due to it, and rouses in the spectators, the spirit of salutary emulation. — Arthur Mervyn by Charles Brockden Brown.

{n} public knowledge
Depraved taste for notoriety: - Cleombrotos, who leaped into the sea (See Cleombrotos ) Empedocles, who leaped into Etna (See Empedocles ) Herostratos, who set fire to the temple of Diana (See Diana ) William Lloyd, who broke in pieces the Portland vase (1845 ) Jonathan Martin, who set fire to York Minister (1829 )
{i} condition of being notorious; infamy, state of being unfavorably known; widespread reputation (usually poor)
To achieve notoriety means to become well-known for something bad. He achieved notoriety as chief counsel to President Nixon in the Watergate break-in. the state of being famous or well-known for something that is bad or that people do not approve of of notoriety
n The fame of one's competitor for public honors The kind of renown most accessible and acceptable to mediocrity A Jacob's-ladder leading to the vaudeville stage, with angels ascending and descending
the state of being known for some unfavorable act or quality
The quality or condition of being notorious; the state of being generally or publicly known; commonly used in an unfavorable sense; as, the notoriety of a crime
– Fame, especially of anything widely but unfavorably known