Noun(1) an indication of approved or superior status(2) a warrant formerly issued by a French king who could warrant imprisonment or death in a signed letter under his seal(3) a seal on a letter
(1) Universities and colleges will need to compete for their custom, by offering different combinations of academic status, curriculum, social cachet , facilities, teaching, and so on.(2) Top academics are still be respected but no cachet is attached to the level of gaining a degree in any arts subject.(3) I thought I would have some cachet as the lifesaver in the group but learned otherwise when the host said, ├ö├ç├┐Hi, nice to meet you.├ö├ç├û(4) The latter are so unconcerned they barely market, or even edit, and as a result have so little money or cachet that they attract only the dull-witted (or the clever between gigs) to put ink on paper.(5) So it can be reasonably taken to be a book with some popular cachet .(6) There are, or so I read, those who claim that a journalist writing a weblog adds a certain respectability and cachet to the medium.(7) I think I have enough cachet , if I don't squander it, where I can keep working.(8) It was an idea which broke all the rules of modern marketing, moving in the opposite direction from globalised branding to create specialised labels for extra cachet , selling whisky like books.(9) One of the beauties of adult life is no longer having to be answerable to others in the way that we are when we're younger, and another is enjoying the vantage point of the outsider once it's stripped of its socially demeaning cachet .(10) It's a little harder to find that audience in Calgary, where listeners are always anxious to play spot the trend and are consequently tougher to please until it's been demonstrated that the music has some cachet .(11) The cachet on this cover, featuring a battleship with cage masts firing a broadside is a Stinemetts design.(12) Scientists carry great cachet in Western political and social debate precisely because they have traditionally been viewed as outside of politics.(13) I don't think ├ö├ç├┐Rock band equipment for world tours├ö├ç├û is particularly unusual, but I suppose it's got that celebrity cachet .(14) no other shipping company had quite the cachet of Cunard(15) Although nobody can deny that having a ├ö├ç├┐royal├ö├ç├û among the riders is added cachet for the sport, it is unthinkable that team selection could be done on anything other than merit.(16) Music is becoming so readily available nowadays, with the rise of the internet, MP3 players etc, so for music aficionados there is real cachet in owning original vinyl.
(1) lettre de cachet :: lettreデ名声
1. prestige ::
2. lettre de cachet ::
3. seal ::
Different Formscachet, cachets
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