Translation of notoriety in Spanish:


mala reputación, n.

Pronunciation /ˌnoʊdəˈraɪədi//nəʊtəˈrʌɪɪti/


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    mala reputación feminine
    mala fama feminine
    to win / gain notoriety adquirir mala fama
    • The obese relative had earned notoriety for his aversion to exercise before death consumed him.
    • You have a lot of people that come forward that want the fame and the infamy of the notoriety.
    • And that is not taking into account the stigma and notoriety associated with divorcees.
    • The show looks at the literary fame and social notoriety of the Romantic poet during his life and his contemporary legacy.
    • His fear of notoriety and censure may have exercised a good check on his behaviour but it doesn't essentially change anything.