Translation of prestige in Spanish:

prestige

prestigio, n.

Pronunciation /prɛˈstiʒ//prɛˈstidʒ//prɛˈstiː(d)ʒ/

noun

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    prestigio masculine
    • You will increase your influence and prestige through contact with politicians.
    • Their main aim is to take power in their own countries, and attacking the demons is the best way to gain prestige and recruits.
    • Some materials are available only in this campus, increasing its prestige as a museum.
    • It can bring you prestige, renown, and a more lasting fame than Wonderbra commercials.
    • It became, at the same time, a symbol of prestige and status and the basis of a major industry.
    • The personality or prestige of authors is not usually a key selling point.
    • Are the people who work on it more interested in prestige than the average, and if so why?
    • If they concentrated on other things, they might not be able to achieve prestige in sports.
    • It was used to translate Canadian achievements into increased power and prestige.
    • He has gained his international prestige precisely by going his own way at all times.
    • Things acquire monetary value on the basis of their prestige, not the other way around.
    • He said that quality consistency guaranteed additional prestige for Bulgaria.
    • If you desire and are willing to work for it, you can achieve enormous success, prestige, and fame.
    • There will be no more duplicity, crookedness, and desire for name, fame, and prestige.
    • Gaining colonies was thus not solely a matter of prestige or status but was regarded as an economic imperative for Germany.
    • It lost much prestige and public support following strikes in the late 1960s and 1970s.
    • As is the case in any empire, there is little prestige to be gained from such an association.
    • His flair and showmanship won new audiences and gained the theatre great prestige.
    • In return, a college gains prestige if one of its fellows turns out to be highly successful.
    • How many more risks to our interests, to our prestige, and to our people are we to take?