Translation of reputable in Spanish:


serio, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈrɛpjʊtəb(ə)l//ˈrɛpjədəb(ə)l/


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    (dealer/firm/professional) serio
    (dealer/firm/professional) de confianza
    (dealer/firm/professional) acreditado formal
    (firm/professional/dealer) reputado formal
    • Plus, you may think your accountant or attorney is trustworthy, efficient and reputable, but you'll never know for sure.
    • One can only wonder how radio stations with highly reputable music directors allow such ‘tasteless’ music to be played.
    • We tried to wear an open and friendly face, so when a TV crew from a reputable BBC current-affairs programme came to call, I said we should be as helpful as we could be.
    • A merchant account: if you are taking credit card details over a website, you will need a merchant account with a reputable bank to process the payments.
    • There will always be excellent games coming out from reputable developers.
    • Ask for bank and trade references, follow them up and undertake a credit check with a reputable agency if required.
    • Several years ago I set up a credit card with, shall we say, not the world's most reputable credit card company.
    • He stresses patience and scholarly preparation in collecting, which includes visits to museums and reputable galleries.
    • It's a very specialist area and you need reputable wine merchants whom you can trust.
    • Base the decision on a nitrate analysis by a reputable laboratory, and after consulting with your physician to help evaluate the level of risk.
    • It may seem blindingly obvious, but when purchasing property in the Costa del Sol, only deal with established and reputable estate agents.
    • For its part, Knoedler claimed to have purchased the painting, unaware of its past, from a reputable dealer in Paris that same year.
    • Apart from the well-known reputable ones, many of the organisations operating in this field are unknown entities.
    • Ensure that the source is legitimate and reputable.
    • Some reputable political observers have said that with the American economy improving, Dean would have a very hard time winning any of the southern states.
    • If you're struggling with debt and unsure about your options, talk to a reputable credit counselor before filing for bankruptcy.
    • Instead, you should find a reputable credit counseling service to help you figure out how to manage your debt.
    • Other reputable outfits are jumping on the gravy train.
    • I judged an award that was funded by the wealthy heir of a media fortune and administered by a reputable arts organization.
    • As with any highly specialized collector's item, it's difficult to uncover reputable channels of distribution.