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  1. reputation substantivo (plural: reputations) — reputação f (quase sempre utilizado) ( plural: reputações f ) A company's good reputation can attract new customers.

  2. reputation. noun [ countable-uncountable ] / ˌrɛpyəˈteɪʃən/. the positive or negative view people have of sb or sth as a result of their behavior. reputação [ feminine ] [ plural ] He has a good/bad reputation in the legal profession. Ele tem uma boa/má reputação na atividade jurídica.

  3. the opinion that people have of someone or something, based on past behaviour or character: The bank's professional reputation was badly damaged by the affair. have a good/bad reputation He had a very good reputation in the industry. have a reputation as sth She has a reputation as a tough negotiator.

  4. the opinion that people have about what somebody/something is like, based on what has happened in the past. to have a good/bad reputation. to build/earn a reputation. reputation as something She soon established a reputation as a first-class cook.

  5. the opinion that people in general have about someone or something, or how much respect or admiration someone or something receives, based on past behavior or character: The company has a worldwide reputation for quality. She has the reputation of being a good doctor.

  6. reputation s (quase sempre utilizado) (plural: reputations) A boa reputação de uma empresa pode atrair novos clientes. — A company's good reputation can attract new customers.

  7. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › ReputationReputation - Wikipedia

    For instance, reputation is said to be convergent with adjacent concepts like corporate image, identity, celebrity, status, legitimacy, social approval (likability), and visibility (prominence), but discriminant from related constructs like stigma and infamy.

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