"Reputation" • Chinese-English Dictionary

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 róng yù honor / credit / glory / (honorable) reputation / honorary
 xìn yù prestige / distinction / reputation / trust
 miàn zi outer surface / outside / honor / reputation / face (as in "losing face") / self-respect / feelings / (medicinal) powder
 míng yù fame / reputation / honor / honorary / emeritus (of retired professor)
 shēng yù reputation / fame
 wēi xìn prestige / reputation / trust / credit with the people
 wén to hear / news / well-known / famous / reputation / fame / to smell / to sniff at
 zhī míng dù reputation / profile / familiarity in the public consciousness
 míng shēng reputation
 fēng shēng sound of the wind / rumor / talk / news / reputation
 zì hao character size / font size / fame / reputation / shop / name of a shop
 míng qì reputation / fame
 shēng míng reputation / declaration
 róng rǔ honor and disgrace / reputation
 lǎo běn capital / assets / savings / nest egg / (fig.) reputation / laurels (to rest upon) / old edition of a book / (tree) trunk
 shēng sound / voice / tone / noise / reputation / classifier for sounds
 yù to praise / to acclaim / reputation
 shēng jià reputation
 lìng míng good name / reputation
 shū míng name of a book / reputation as calligrapher
 zhāo pai signboard / shop sign / reputation of a business
 kǒu bēi public praise / public reputation / commonly held opinions / current idiom
 míng hào name / good reputation / title
 měi yù fame / good reputation / famous for sth
 shèng míng famous reputation
 dà míng dǐng dǐng grand reputation / renowned / famous
 shū xiāng literary reputation
 mò mò wú wén obscure and unknown (idiom) / an outsider without any reputation / a nobody / an unknown quantity
 lǎo zì hào shop, firm, or brand of merchandise with a long-established reputation
 xū míng false reputation
 píng fǎn to redress (an injustice) / to rehabilitate (sb whose reputation was unjustly sullied)
 mù míng to admire sb's reputation / to seek out famous person or location
 měi míng good name or reputation
 shèng yù flourishing reputation
 è míng bad name / evil reputation
 yīng míng illustrious name / legendary reputation
 dé gāo wàng zhòng a person of virtue and prestige / a person of good moral standing and reputation
 shāng yù reputation of a firm's product
 míng wén famous / of good reputation
 shēn bài míng liè to lose one's standing / to have one's reputation swept away / a complete defeat and fall from grace
 liú fāng to leave a good reputation
 rú léi guàn ěr lit. like thunder piercing the ear / a well-known reputation (idiom)
 míng jié reputation and integrity
 yǒu kǒu jiē bēi every voice gives praise (idiom) / with an extensive public reputation
 Liú Bó wēn Liu Bowen (1311-1375), general under the first Ming emperor Zhu Yuanzhang 朱元璋, with a reputation as a military genius / also called Liu Ji 劉基|刘基
 shēn liang height (of a person) / stature / fig. reputation / standing
 liú fāng bǎi shì (of one's name, reputation etc) to be immortalized (idiom) / to leave a mark for generations to come
 xū yǒu qí biǎo looks impressive but is worthless (idiom) / not as good as it looks / a reputation with no substance
 wū míng bad reputation / stigma
 chòu míng yuǎn yáng stinking reputation / notorious far and wide
 shēng míng láng jí to have a bad reputation
 míng bù xū chuán lit. name is not in vain (idiom) / a fully justified reputation / enjoys a well-deserved reputation
 míng chuí qīng shǐ lit. reputation will go down in history (idiom) / fig. achievements will earn eternal glory
 tú yǒu xū míng with an undeserved reputation (idiom) / unwarranted fame / nowhere near as good as he's made out to be
 mù míng ér lái to come to a place on account of its reputation (idiom) / attracted to visit a famous location
 míng bù fú shí the name does not correspond to reality (idiom) / it doesn't live up to its reputation
 míng jiāng lì suǒ lit. fettered by fame and locked up by riches (idiom) / tied down by reputation and wealth / the victim of one's own success
 tú yōng xū míng to possess an undeserved reputation (idiom)
 shū xiāng mén dì family with a literary reputation (idiom) / literary family
 wéi lì fù míng to renounce profit and seek fame (idiom) / to abandon greed for reputation / to choose fame over fortune
 wén míng bù rú jiàn miàn knowing sb by their reputation can't compare to meeting them in person (idiom)
 dà míng dǐng dǐng a grand reputation / renowned / famous
 jiǔ mù shèng míng I've admired your reputation for a long time (idiom) / I've been looking forward to meeting you. / It's an honor to meet you at last.
 jiāo kǒu chēng yù voices unanimous in praise (idiom) / with an extensive public reputation
 xiǎng míng to enjoy a reputation
 lìng yù honorable reputation
 chuàng pái zi to establish a brand / to establish a reputation for quality
 Liú Jī Liu Ji or Liu Bowen 劉伯溫|刘伯温 / (1311-1375), general under the first Ming emperor Zhu Yuanzhang 朱元璋, with a reputation as a military genius
 kǒu bēi liú chuán widely praised (idiom) / with an extensive public reputation
 míng zhòng shí àn of great reputation but shallow in knowledge (idiom)
 wēi xìn sǎo dì to lose every scrap of reputation
 tú yǒu qí míng with an undeserved reputation (idiom) / unwarranted fame / nowhere near as good as he's made out to be
 è shēng malicious abuse / lewd song / evil reputation
 liú fāng qiān gǔ a good reputation to last down the generations
 liú fāng bǎi shì a good reputation to last a hundred generations
 lù jí good fortune and reputation
 kōng míng vacuous reputation / name without substance / in name only / so-called
 jí jí noisy / of high reputation / intricate
 gài guān coffin lid / fig. posthumous reputation
 xū yù imaginary reputation / empty fame
 yòu xiǎng dāng biǎo zi yòu xiǎng lì pái fāng lit. to lead the life of a whore but still want a monument put up to one's chastity (idiom) / fig. to have bad intentions but still want a good reputation / to want to have one's cake and eat it too
 lā chǎng zi (of a performer) to put on a show at an outdoor venue (temple fair, marketplace etc) / (fig.) to enhance sb's reputation / to make a name for oneself
 làng dé xū míng to have an undeserved reputation (idiom)
 péi shàng to pay for sth with the loss of (one's health etc) / to have sth come at the cost of (one's reputation etc)
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