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reputations, plural;
  1. The beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone or something
    • - his reputation was tarnished by allegations that he had taken bribes
  2. A widespread belief that someone or something has a particular habit or characteristic
    • - his knowledge of his subject earned him a reputation as an expert

  1. repute: the state of being held in high esteem and honor
  2. notoriety for some particular characteristic; "his reputation for promiscuity"
  3. the general estimation that the public has for a person; "he acquired a reputation as an actor before he started writing"; "he was a person of bad report"
  4. Reputation is the opinion (more technically, a social evaluation) of the group of entities toward a person, a group of people, or an organization on a certain criterion. It is an important factor in many fields, such as education, business, online communities or social status.
  5. Reputation is the fourteenth studio album by British singer Dusty Springfield, and twelfth released. ...
  6. The Reputation were an indie rock band from Chicago, Illinois. The band was fronted by former Sarge singer-songwriter Elizabeth Elmore, with other positions filled by various members.
  7. what somebody is known for
  8. (Reputational) Exposure to uncertainty related to brand, perceived value, organizational status, and public perception and trust.
  9. The public’s or target audience’s perception of a product or service in terms of credibility, trustworthiness or image.
  10. Used to increase you rank within Factions, much in the same way XP works. Reputation is gained by completing specific quests and will allow users to gain access to the items in the faction shops as they rank up. See Factions for more details. ...
  11. A bubble which a man bursts when he tries to blow it for himself.
  12. becoming known as a player who carries out threats and delivers on promises can aid in making credible commitments, threats, and promises
  13. the "good will" of a firm resulting from its past performance; maintaining one’s reputation provides an incentive to maintain quality.
  14. Can vary by the receiver, but reputation is a way for an ISP to grade and catagorize email by attributes such as IP address, unknown user rate, complaint rate, SPAM score, and subscriber engagement.
  15. Your reputation is the most important asset you have as a mobilizer. You can be a better leader when people trust you. It is not only important to be honest, it is important to be seen to be honest. That is why you should conduct all your mobilizing activities with transparency.
  16. Your reputation is how you are known among your group (or tribe). You can have a reputation for being a coward, or clever, or funny. It is what people know or say about you. A warrior's reputation must be that he is brave and willing to face danger. ...
  17. It's seen as bad form to discuss the reputations of various chapters on message boards, only because most of the time the chat is wrong. A sorority chapter at one school may have a completely different reputation at another school. ...
  18. Does your company have a solid reputation in their field?
  19. We have had a perfect record with the Better Business Bureau ever since we joined. In addition, we are partnered with the American Automobile Association. Two shining testaments to our reliability and great service.
  20. The strong reputation that Café Concepts enjoys in catering for educational establishments in Hong Kong is based on our commitment to our clients, and in particular on our commitment to delivering a high quality of service that is directly tailored to the unique circumstances of your School.
  21. Bernarda is preoccupied with the reputation of her family and is horrified by the idea of scandal and gossip, shown at the end of the play, when she demands it be known that Adela died a virgin.
  22. Estimation in which one is held, the character or general opinion, good or bad, imputed to or held of a person by those of the community in which he resides.
  23. the beliefs or opinions that are generally held about someone or something.
  24. is what you obtain by solving quests for Din and the townspeople. You can see your reputation level near the bottom of yout character screen (press "C"). When you get a high enough reputation level, Din will release you from your curse of servitude to him. ...
  25. A way that a Webkinz Insider member can show their appreciation for a particularly useful post in the forum. To give reputation, you must be a member of Webkinz Insider and you give reputation by clicking on the next to a post, completing the box and clicking the "Add to Reputation" box. ...