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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreputablerep‧u‧ta‧ble /ˈrepjətəbəl/ adjective  HONESTrespected for being honest or for doing good work syn reliable opp disreputablereputable firm/company If you have a burglar alarm fitted, make sure it is done by a reputable company.see thesaurus at honest
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reputableAlways be certain that your chiropractor is state licensed and reputable.How do we know that all the firms involved in this deal are reputable?We chose that company because we thought they were reputable.Prison authorities put them under the wing of reputable agencies.Alternatively, you should deal with a reputable broker of franchises.If you decide to have one fitted, make sure it is done by a reputable company and meets recognised standards.She had her antique vases valued by a reputable dealer.Most reputable dealers will take a computer to pieces for you.If you are going to be out late, book a taxi from a reputable firm.But there are some reputable firms out there.It might have been anticipated that only the most reputable forensic scientists would be used.Before you buy a used car it's best to go to a reputable garage.the nation's most reputable newspaperOnly buy floppy disks that have come from a reputable source.The most important thing to consider when shopping for boar is to deal with a reputable supplier.Most reputable suppliers advertise in Birds magazine.reputable firm/companyAnaesthetic cream is applied and pain is non-existent or minimal, but do go to a reputable company.If you're having double glazing fitted - make sure it's by a reputable firm.Never accept ActiveX controls unless you're absolutely positive they're from a reputable firm.This gives potential franchisees the confidence of knowing they will be dealing with a reputable company.If you decide to have one fitted, make sure it is done by a reputable company and meets recognised standards.But there are some reputable firms out there.Now this is a reputable firm there are plenty of Factory Acts.An old carpet can be treated, but choose a reputable company to do it.
From Longman Business Dictionaryreputablerep‧u‧ta‧ble /ˈrepjətəbəl/ adjective respected for honesty and good workConsumers should buy only from reputable dealers offering unconditional guarantees.
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