Translation of reputedly in Spanish:

reputedly

según se dice, adv.

Pronunciation /rəˈpjudədli//rɪˈpjuːtɪdli/

adverb

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    según se dice
    según se cree
    she's reputedly the world's richest woman se la tiene por la mujer más rica del mundo
    • The collective memory, besides noting that his art reputedly links 1930s Surrealism to 1950s Abstract Expressionism, is rather vague about his pictures: were they realistic?
    • The Henry Ford purchased and overhauled the city bus on which Rosa Parks, today a Detroit resident, reputedly staged her famous resistance in Montgomery, Ala.
    • They reputedly blew their advance on booze and drugs, although they now insist most of it went on studio costs as they had to scrap an entire album.
    • Not surprisingly, credit card companies are picking up on this - probably gratefully actually, since 0% credit cards reputedly cost the industry more than £80 million a month.
    • The ‘original’ Fringe stunt reputedly took place in the 1960s when, apparently, a beautiful naked woman was pushed down Princes Street in a wheelbarrow.