English version

good name

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgood nameˌgood ˈname noun [singular]  the good opinion that people have of someone or something syn reputationgood name of It threatened to damage the good name of the firm.
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good nameAndrew Hacker gives campus-based intellectualism a good name.They pick on an accountant because an accountant needs a good name and has been partly in control of the funds anyway.Rodin was a skilful salesman of his work, making careful use of photography in establishing and maintaining his good name.They wished to restore the good name of physics.Not fully understanding all the implications of our warrant, they feared having their good name too closely associated with it.Woe to him whose good name is more to him than goodness!
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