[ UK /ɹˈɛpjuːtəbə‍l/ ]
[ US /ˈɹɛpjətəbəɫ/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. having a good reputation
    a reputable business
    a reputable wine
    a reputable scientist
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How To Use reputable In A Sentence

  • This contact of his had passed on to him a list of slightly disreputable jewelers and watchmakers in the area, on which I was rather impressed and a bit taken aback to find my appearance.
  • I wouldn't mind getting a primer from some reputable person with experience running houseboys, or houseboys who are willing to share their experiences.
  • The problem is severest for women, who in Colombia are held in contempt or deemed disreputable for working at all.
  • Two reputable City firms are predicting a decline of 0.2%. Times, Sunday Times
  • Morally disreputable characters like Rocambole and Fantômas became the stars of ever-extending series of 19th-century romans feuilletons, plotting a course subsequently followed by the likes of Fu Manchu and Count Dracula.
  • Every year the Office of Fair Trading receives over 100,000 complaints about builders which illustrates how difficult it can be to find a reputable tradesperson.
  • You should research a reputable company who can handle the sale on your behalf without advance payments. Times, Sunday Times
  • George Borjas, the most academically reputable critic of immigration in economics, is now blogging. Borjas: What's His Problem?, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty
  • Only buy tickets from the venue box office, official agent or reputable ticket exchange sites. The Sun
  • Two MMC students and a cinema professor go slumming as they lend character and voice to an expressionist painting set in a conspicuously disreputable French cabaret.
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