repute

repute
{ri'pju:t}
I. v ряд. главно pass мисля, смятам, считам
he is REPUTEd to be минава за, считат го за
to be well/highly REPUTEd ползувам се с добро име
to be ill REPUTEd ползувам се с лошо име/слава
II. reputation
of REPUTE известен, прочут
bad/ill REPUTE лоша слава
to be in bad REPUTE with ползувам се с лошо име/лоша слава пред/сред
to know by REPUTE познавам по име
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{ri'pju:t} v ряд. главно pass мисля, смятам, считам; he is reputed (2) {ri'pju:t} reputation: of repute известен, прочут; bad/ill repute ло
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1 v считам; смятам;2 n име, репутация; общо мнение;repute; v ряд. главно pass мисля, смятам, считам; he is reputed to be минава за, считат го за
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1. bad/ill repute лоша слава 2. he is reputed to be минава за, считат го за 3. i. v ряд. главно pass мисля, смятам, считам 4. ii. reputation 5. of repute известен, прочут 6. to be ill reputed ползувам се с лошо име/слава 7. to be in bad repute with ползувам се с лошо име/лоша слава пред/сред 8. to be well/highly reputed ползувам се с добро име 9. to know by repute познавам по име
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repute[ri´pju:t] I. v рядко мисля, смятам, считам; he is \reputed (to be) intelligent той минава за интелигентен; II. n репутация, реноме, име, известност, слава; of \repute известен, знаменит, именит; bad (ill) \repute лоша слава; to be in \repute известен съм; to know by \repute зная по име.

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