Definition of reputable in English:

reputable

Syllabification: rep·u·ta·ble
Pronunciation: /ˈrepyədəb(ə)l
 
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adjective

Having a good reputation: a reputable company
More example sentences
  • If you're struggling with debt and unsure about your options, talk to a reputable credit counselor before filing for bankruptcy.
  • Plus, you may think your accountant or attorney is trustworthy, efficient and reputable, but you'll never know for sure.
  • Ensure that the source is legitimate and reputable.
Synonyms
well-thought-of, highly regarded, respected, well respected, respectable, of (good) repute, prestigious, established; reliable, dependable, trustworthy

Origin

early 17th century: from obsolete French, or from medieval Latin reputabilis, from Latin reputare 'reflect upon' (see repute).

Derivatives

reputably

adverb
More example sentences
  • David said that it was wrong for children to be approached and that solicitors doing so would be in breach of their responsibility to act reputably.
  • I was reputably hardworking and successful in the office, and as such - she felt - a bit stuck up and intimidating.
  • Even where firms are operating reputably, aggressive marketing tactics have become the norm.

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