reputation for beingHe engineered a reputation for being ‘hopeless’.
have a reputationTHE British have a reputation for not complaining.
reputation of being‘The mill has the reputation of being one of the most energy-efficient in the world,’ he said.
high reputationFor one thing at least the Scots enjoyed a generally high reputation: they were hardy and courageous fighters.
international reputationEmma Kirkby's international reputation as a performer of Early Music is a unique achievement.
acquire a reputationAs the discount factor tends to unity, so the equilibrium alters to make it harder to acquire a reputation as a z = 0 type, by extending the length of the temporary reputation which all types enjoy.
temporary reputationIn the limit as the temporary reputation lasts forever.
strong reputationHe had written to Father Walter Adams, who had a strong reputation as a confessor and spiritual director.
earn a reputation
reputation for qualityGood reputation for quality
excellent reputationWe have got an excellent reputation in this area and we want to reap the benefits.’
goodwill and reputationHe said Mail Newspapers would probably ‘suffer damage to their goodwill and reputation in consequence of Mr Arnold's proposed activities’.
good reputationThe hotel has a good reputation locally for food and you will soon realise why.
up a reputationSimilarly, the MSc/Diploma in Community Education has built up a reputation within the UK but is also strongly supported by agencies funding students from overseas.
reputation for havinghave a reputation for having a no-nonsense ‘call a spade a spade’ style