repute

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Englisch - Türkisch
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Bu gerçek bir hikaye. Bir kadın, doğurmak için ünlü bir kadın-doğum kliniğine yatırıldı. - This is a true story. A woman was admitted to a reputed obstetrics clinic to give birth.

iyi ad
saygınlık
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şöhret
itibar
{f} saymak
kabul etmek
{i} şeref
{f} sanmak
{i} isim
{f} farzetmek
{f} olarak bilmek
sayıl
dizifilm
reputed
meşhur
reputed
varsayılan
house of ill repute
genelev
reputed
farzedilen
reputed
sanılan
reputedly
dediklerine göre
of repute
şöhretli
reputed
sözde
by repute
ismen
evil repute
kötü şöhret
of ill repute
adı çıkmış
of ill repute
kötü şöhretli
reputed
şöhretli sayılan
reputed
{s} saygın
reputed
{s} sayılan
reputed
farzolunan
reputed
sayıl
reputed
tanınmış

O sadece bir bilim adamı olarak değil aynı zamanda bir şair olarak da çok iyi tanınmış. - She is highly reputed not only as a scholar but also as a poet.

reputed
{s} ünlü

Bu gerçek bir hikaye. Bir kadın, doğurmak için ünlü bir kadın-doğum kliniğine yatırıldı. - This is a true story. A woman was admitted to a reputed obstetrics clinic to give birth.

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Englisch - Englisch
To attribute or credit something to something; to impute
To consider, think, esteem, reckon (a person or thing) to be, or as being, something
Reputation, especially a good reputation
to hold in general opinion
{n} reputation, good character, opinion
{v} to account, esteem, reckon, think
A person or thing of repute or of high repute is respected and known to be good. He was a writer of repute
Character reputed or attributed; reputation, whether good or bad; established opinion; public estimate
A person's or organization's repute is their reputation, especially when this is good. Under his stewardship, the UN's repute has risen immeasurably. = reputation. reputation of good/high/international etc repute (repute ; REPUTED)
To hold in thought; to account; to estimate; to hold; to think; to reckon
{f} regard as, view as, believe to be
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"
Specifically: Good character or reputation; credit or honor derived from common or public opinion; opposed to disrepute
{i} reputation, regard; esteem, renown
the state of being held in high esteem and honor
house of ill repute
A brothel
ill repute
Bad reputation; notoriety

He was held in ill repute, no one would trust him enough to do business with him.

ill-repute
A poor or damaged reputation
reputed
Simple past tense and past participle of repute
reputed
Pertaining to that which is supposed or assumed to be true
reputedly
According to repute or general belief
reputed
commonly put forth or accepted as true on inconclusive grounds; "the foundling's putative father"; "the reputed (or purported) author of the book"; "the supposed date of birth"
reputed
{s} known as, regarded as; supposed to be, believed to be
reputed
Pertaining to a reputation accorded to another
reputed
past of repute
reputed
vagueness If you say that something is reputed to be true, you mean that people say it is true, but you do not know if it is definitely true. The monster, which is reputed to live in the deep dark water of a Scottish loch + reputedly re·put·ed·ly He reputedly earns two million pounds a year. according to what some people say, but not definitely be reputed to be/do sth (repute , from réputer, from reputare , from putare )
reputedly
by repute; according to general belief; "fish with reputedly poisonous flesh
reputedly
by repute; according to general belief; "fish with reputedly poisonous flesh"
reputedly
reportedly, according to what is generally believed, by reputation
reputedly
In common opinion or estimation; by repute
reputedly
according to what some people say = reportedly allegedly
reputes
third-person singular of repute
reputing
present participle of repute
repute

    Silbentrennung

    re·pute

    Türkische aussprache

    ripyut

    Aussprache

    /rēˈpyo͞ot/ /riːˈpjuːt/

    Etymologie

    [ ri-'pyüt ] (transitive verb.) 15th century. From Old French reputer reputo (“I count over, reckon, calculate, compute, think over, consider”) re- (“again”) + puto (“I think”).

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