US: /pɹɛˈstiʒ/
UK: /pɹɛstˈiːʒ/

English Vietnamese dictionary

prestige /pres'ti:ʤ/
  • danh từ
    • uy tín; thanh thế

Advanced English dictionary

noun, adjective
+ noun [U] the respect and admiration that sb/sth has because of their social position, or what they have done
Synonym: STATUS
social / personal / international prestige + There is a lot of prestige attached to owning a car like this. + jobs with low prestige
+ adjective [only before noun]
1 that brings respect and admiration; important: a prestige job / accent
2 admired and respected because it looks important and expensive
Synonym: LUXURY
a prestige car + prestige items such as jewellery and silver

Thesaurus dictionary

status, reputation, standing, rank, stature, importance, significance, eminence, esteem, pre-eminence, prominence, predominance, primacy, superiority, supremacy, ascendancy, distinction, renown, regard, fame, cachet, repute, celebrity, glamour, stardom:
To raise money, someone with prestige must be found to serve as director of the charity.

Collocation dictionary


considerable, enormous, great, high, immense
Winning the prize carries immense prestige.
| low | international, national | personal | military, political, social


enjoy, have
an international company that enjoys immense prestige
| lack | acquire, derive, gain, get | accord sb/sth, give sb/sth
Different jobs are accorded different levels of prestige.
| bring, carry | lose | rise in | boost, enhance, increase, raise | damage, lower
The royal couple's prestige was damaged by the allegations.


~ among/with
the party's prestige among the public
| ~ within
The post carried great prestige within the police force.


a loss of prestige
Doctors have suffered a loss of prestige following a spate of scandals.
| a matter of prestige
Wearing designer clothes is a matter of personal prestige for many teenagers.

Concise English dictionary

+a high standing achieved through success or influence or wealth etc.