n [U, C] ~ (for sth) what is generally said or believed about the abilities, qualities, etc of sb/sth 名声; 名誉; 名气
*a school with an excellent, enviable, fine, etc reputation 享有盛誉的学校
* a good/bad reputation as a doctor 医疗信誉好[坏]
* have a reputation for laziness/for being lazy 以懒惰出名
* compromise, ruin sb's reputation 损害、败坏某人的名誉
* establish, build up, make a reputation (for oneself) （为自己）树立声誉, 博得名声
* live up to one's reputation, ie behave, perform, etc as one is expected to 不负盛名（行为、表现等与声誉相符）.
the opinion that people have about someone or something because of what has happened in the past
Judge Kelso has a reputation for being strict but fair.
In her last job she acquired a reputation as a troublemaker.
earn/gain/establish a reputation as sth
His approach had won him a reputation as a tough manager.
a good/bad reputation
a hotel with a good reputation for its food
The service at Heron Lodge failed to live up to its reputation (=be as good or bad as people say it is) .
1. This will detract from his reputation. 这件事有损他的名誉。
2. They are trying to undermine my reputation. 他们在试图损伤我的名誉。
3. The tree was planted near the church fifty years ago, but it is only in recent years that it has gained an evil reputation. 该树是50年前栽在教堂附近的，但只是近几年才得到了一个坏名声。
4. His reputation was besmirched. 他的名誉受损。
5. Her wealth and reputation gave her (an) entree into upper-class circles. 她的财富和声望使她得以进入上层社会.
6. He has a good reputation as a teacher. 他具有教师的好声望。
7. At some dramatic moment in the story, the terrible secret becomes known and a reputation is ruined. 在小说的某个戏剧性时刻，可怕的秘密泄漏出来，接着便是某人的声誉扫地。
8. Aeroplanes have the reputation of being dangerous and even hardened travellers are intimidated by them. 飞机以危险而著称，连老资格的旅行者也怕飞机。
9. At age 23, he started a meatpacking business and earned a reputation for being honest and hard working. 23岁时，他开始从事肉类加工业，并因为人诚实、工作勤奋而赢得声誉。
10. She had a reputation for punctuality. 她以守时着称。