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a reputation: a public image, a notoriety, a fame, a name
Philip has a reputation of being lazy.
UK: That firm has a very good reputation.
US: The scandal damaged his reputation.
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- "The only way to avoid lasting damage to our reputation is to terminate Ivana's contract immediately, and make a public statement deploring her behavior!"
- "Instead, I intend to ruin the reputation of a good man through a combination of rumors, internet research and wild speculation*."
- "Despite their reputation for spontaneous combustion in the 1930s, airships are back."
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- "A big event like this could destroy our reputation!"
- "And besides, when Michelangelo agreed to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel for Pope Julius the second did it harm his reputation?"
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