listen to the pronunciation of reputation
İngilizce - Türkçe
{i} ün

Tom şehrin civarında çok kötü bir üne sahiptir. - Tom has a very bad reputation around town.

Geç karar vermesiyle ünlüdür. - He has a reputation for taking a long time to make a decision.

{i} şöhret

Kaza onun şöhretinde bir leke bıraktı. - The incident left a spot on his reputation.

O skandal onun şöhretine mal oldu. - That scandal cost him his reputation.


Tom, dürüstlüğüyle nam salmıştı. - Tom acquired a reputation for honesty.

Dedikodu namına zarar verir. - The gossip hurt his reputation.

{i} itibar

Skandal şirketin itibarını zedeledi. - The scandal hurt the company's reputation.

Kaybedecek bir itibarın yoksa; özgürce yaşarsın. - You live freely if you haven't a reputation to lose.

{i} ad
{i} şeref
reputation for
ün için
protect one's reputation
itibarını korumak
ruin one's reputation
itibarını yerle bir etmek
ruin one's reputation
itibarını zedelemek
ruin someone's reputation
itibarını yerle bir etmek
damage the reputation
şöhretine zarar ver
have the reputation of
şöhret kazanmak
evil fame or public reputation
kötü şöhret veya kamu itibar
live up to one´s reputation
şöhretini doğrulayacak bir yaşam sürmek
of bad reputation
kötü itibar
praise; fame; reputation
övgü, şöhret, itibar
to have a good reputation
iyi bir üne sahip
acquire a bad reputation
kötü şöhret kazanmak
acquire a reputation
itibar kazanmak
besmirch one's reputation
saygınlığını zedelemek
besmirch one's reputation
saygınlığına leke sürmek
build (up) a reputation
itibar kazanmak
build a reputation
ün yapmak
build a reputation
itibar yapmak
earn a reputation
itibar kazanmak
earn reputation
ün kazanmak
earn reputation
establish a reputation
itibar kazanmak
gain a bad reputation
adı çıkmak
harm sb's reputation
itibarına zarar vermek
have a reputation for
ile tanınmak
injuring of reputation
(Kanun) şeref ve haysiyetin ihlali
tarnish one's good reputation
(deyim) adını lekelemek
tarnish one's reputation
adına gölge düşürmek
worldwide reputation
dünyaca tanınma
İngilizce - İngilizce
notoriety for some particular characteristic; "his reputation for promiscuity
the "good will" of a firm resulting from its past performance; maintaining one's reputation provides an incentive to maintain quality
Account; value
notoriety for some particular characteristic; "his reputation for promiscuity"
Your reputation, meaning what others think and say about your, is crucial both to your job search and to how you are treated in a job Your reputation is a major component of the information about you that circulates through your network In many situations, your reputation is of equal or greater importance than your credentials
The estimation in which one is held; character in public opinion; the character attributed to a person, thing, or action; repute
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"
The character imputed to a person in the community in which he lives
Specifically: Good reputation; favorable regard; public esteem; general credit; good name
the state of being held in high esteem and honor
If you know someone by reputation, you have never met them but you have heard of their reputation. She was by reputation a good organiser. the opinion that people have about someone or something because of what has happened in the past reputation for
It is admissible in evidence when he puts his character in issue, or when such reputation is otherwise part of the issue of a case
{i} repute, regard; esteem, renown
To have a reputation for something means to be known or remembered for it. Alice Munro has a reputation for being a very depressing writer
Something's or someone's reputation is the opinion that people have about how good they are. If they have a good reputation, people think they are good. The stories ruined his reputation
The strategic standing of the organisation in the eyes of its customers
The strategic standing of the organisation in the eyes of its customers Resource allocation The process of allocating the resources of the organisation selectively between competing strategies according to their merit Resource-based view Stresses the importance of resources in delivering the competitive advantage of the organisation See also Prescriptive corporate strategy Retained profits The profits that are retained in an organisation rather than distributed to shareholders These can be used to fund new strategies Reward The result of successful strategy, adding value to the organisation and the individual Ricardian rents Economic rent deriving from the resources of the organisation See also Economic rent ROCE See Profitability
{n} honor, credit, good character, merit
what somebody is known for
stake reputation on
(deyim) Risk harming one's reputation on someone or something

1. Of course Denise is great. I will stake my reputation on her! 2. It may be so, but I wouldn't stake my reputation on it.

acquired a reputation
got a name for oneself, gained notoriety, gained fame
acquired worldwide reputation
achieved world-wide renown
bad reputation
bad name, fame for negative reasons
damaged his reputation
hurt his good name
earned a reputation
became well-known for, became popular for, made a name for himself as
enjoy a good reputation
be popular, be respected or regarded well by many
good reputation
one's good name, honorable reputation
got a bad reputation
considered to have a wicked character
had a bad reputation
thought of as a bad person, considered to be a dangerous person
justifies his reputation
shows that he deserves his reputation
plural of reputation
ruined his reputation
caused harm to his fame, gave himself a bad reputation
worldwide reputation
is recognized around the whole world