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repute

[ri-pyoot]
noun
1.
estimation in the view of others; reputation: persons of good repute.
2.
favorable reputation; good name; public respect.
verb (used with object), reputed, reputing.
3.
to consider or believe (a person or thing) to be as specified; regard (usually used in the passive): He was reputed to be a millionaire.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English reputen (v.) < Middle French reputer < Latin reputāre to compute, consider, equivalent to re- re- + putāre to think


2. distinction, honor. See credit. 3. hold, deem, reckon.


2. dishonor.
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repute (rɪˈpjuːt)
 
vb
1.  (tr; usually passive) to consider (a person or thing) to be as specified: he is reputed to be intelligent
 
n
2.  public estimation; reputation: a writer of little repute
 
[C15: from Old French reputer, from Latin reputāre to think over, from re- + putāre to think]

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