- the estimation in which a person or thing is held, especially by the community or the public generally; repute: a man of good reputation.
- favorable repute; good name: to ruin one's reputation by misconduct.
- a favorable and publicly recognized name or standing for merit, achievement, reliability, etc.: to build up a reputation.
- the estimation or name of being, having, having done, etc., something specified: He has the reputation of being a shrewd businessman.
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For now, the jeopardy to Cohen and SAC seems to be reputational rather than legal.The Insider-Trading Cloud Hanging Over SAC Capital’s Steven A. Cohen
November 27, 2012
Reputational harm may be more of a motivator than the sanctions.Where Modern Slavery Thrives: State Department Unveils Trafficking Report
June 19, 2012
The information deficit turns college into what economists call a “reputational good.”The Insane Cost of Higher Education
May 15, 2012
- the estimation in which a person or thing is generally held; opinion
- a high opinion generally held about a person or thing; esteem
- notoriety or fame, esp for some specified characteristic
- have a reputation to be known or notorious, esp for promiscuity, excessive drinking, or the like