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disrepute

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdisreputedis‧re‧pute /ˌdɪsrɪˈpjuːt/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 ADMIREa situation in which people no longer admire or trust someone or something 🔊 He faces six charges of bringing the game into disrepute. 🔊 This theory fell into disrepute in the fifties.
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disreputeAt the very least it was more selective than various predecessors which by that time had fallen into disrepute.Planning and the rational model fell into disrepute in the mid to late 1970s for a number of reasons.They were banned and fined £500 for bringing the game into disrepute.As long as any advert does not bring the profession into disrepute nor is in bad taste then it is permissible.And when there are bad civil servants, they cast all government programs into disrepute.The five players were found guilty of bringing the game into serious disrepute and banned for life.Because of the problems with false prophecy, the gift of prophecy itself eventually fell into disuse and sometimes disrepute.fell into disreputePlanning and the rational model fell into disrepute in the mid to late 1970s for a number of reasons.
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