reputable en Anglais
adj. reputable, highly esteemed, honorable
I’m saying that if you want to help, send money to a reputable relief organization.
Research has shown that the performance of franchise systems is enhanced by certification by reputable authorities.
Even in the case of reputable airlines, delays are constantly being experienced supposedly for technical reasons.
However, we cannot allow major and reputable companies which put safety first to collapse.
I could go into the scientific data at length – reputable scientists are involved – but I shall refrain from doing so.
I recently received on my desk the results of a reputable survey on consumer attitudes towards key animal welfare issues.
It is a multilateral solution which enlists a reputable and widely trusted agency, the World Health Organisation.
Reputable travel companies will in future shy away from doing business with partners who cannot guarantee complete safety.
The standards we have used are based on publicly available information and on the most recent reputable science.
There are reputable companies too.