Definition of 'reputable'
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No reputable firm would call you out of the blue offering an investment opportunity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)I have given my computer to a reputable company to be reconfigured. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Lots of boiler rooms have names that are intended to sound like reputable firms. AHEAD OF THE MARKET (2003)You should research a reputable company who can handle the sale on your behalf without advance payments. Times, Sunday Times (2012)This information was provided by a reputable news agency. The Sun (2006)It pays to have a reputable lettings agent check these. Times, Sunday Times (2006)My leaflet about this gives sources of reputable help. The Sun (2015)Most student unions run a job shop for reliable employees seeking reputable employers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The best advice was to buy from a reputable dealer. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Ask yourself whether the company is reputable. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is safest to buy watches and clocks from reputable dealers or auction houses. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Another reason to buy only from a reputable dealer is the volume of fakes. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But some of the most reputable news sources in the country seem to be trying to represent evangelicals fairly. Christianity Today (2000)But be with a reputable agent. The Sun (2013)And this was a reputable dealer. The Sun (2006)If you fancy fitting a sunroof, then be sure to use a reputable company. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Only buy tickets from the venue box office, official agent or reputable ticket exchange sites. The Sun (2015)My e-leaflet on counselling gives sources of reputable help. The Sun (2014)Any suggestion that we're not a reputable company is entirely unfair. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Buy them from a reputable source and try a few at a time - they will multiply surprisingly quickly. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Two reputable City firms are predicting a decline of 0.2%. Times, Sunday Times (2011)So much so that if they can't find a reputable agent to provide a simple service, they may step in themselves. Times, Sunday Times (2007)A reputable firm should charge 40 to 80 to dispose of a nest. The Sun (2010)I NEED to find a reputable modelling agency to help me fulfil my dream. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'reputable'
British English: reputable /ˈrɛpjʊtəbl/ ADJECTIVE
A reputable company or person is reliable and trustworthy.
Buy your car through a reputable dealer.
- American English: reputable
- Arabic: حَسَنُ السُّمْعَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: respeitável
- Chinese: 著名的
- Croatian: ugledan
- Czech: seriózní
- Danish: velrenommeret
- Dutch: achtenswaardig
- European Spanish: de confianza
- Finnish: hyvämaineinen
- French: réputé
- German: angesehen
- Greek: ευυπόληπτος
- Italian: rispettabile
- Japanese: 信頼できる
- Korean: 평판이 좋은
- Norwegian: vel ansett
- Polish: szanowany
- European Portuguese: respeitável
- Romanian: respectabil
- Russian: уважаемый
- Latin American Spanish: de confianza
- Swedish: aktningsvärd
- Thai: น่าเชื่อถือ
- Turkish: saygıdeğer
- Ukrainian: шановний
- Vietnamese: đáng tin
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