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reputation (ˌrɛpjʊˈteɪʃən)
1.  the estimation in which a person or thing is generally held; opinion
2.  a high opinion generally held about a person or thing; esteem
3.  notoriety or fame, esp for some specified characteristic
4.  have a reputation to be known or notorious, esp for promiscuity, excessive drinking, or the like
[C14: from Latin reputātiō a reckoning, from reputāre to calculate, meditate; see repute]

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