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Definition of Prestigious

Prestigious
Prestigious Pres*tig"i*ous, a. [L. praestigiosus.] Practicing tricks; juggling. [Obs.] --Cotton Mather.

Meaning of Prestigious from wikipedia

- Look up prestige in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Wikiquote has quotations related to Prestige. Prestige refers to a good re****tion or high esteem;...
- language or variety that is regarded as more prestigious in that community is the one used by the more prestigious group. The level of prestige a group has...
- competitions in accordance with the Laws of the Game. The most senior and prestigious international competitions are the FIFA World Cup and the FIFA Women's...
- the prestigious universities in the United States are private, most notably the Ivy League. However, some public universities are highly prestigious and...
- with the inception of the ATP Tour by bringing together the nine most prestigious tournaments of the preceding Grand Prix tennis circuit. Results in ATP...
- Academy's voting membership. The Oscars are widely considered to be the most prestigious awards in the film industry. The major award categories are presented...
- J. William Fulbright in 1946 and has been considered one of the most prestigious scholarships in the United States. The program provides approximately...
- Master's degree in human resource management. Madhu Iyer was awarded prestigious title Sangeetha Vidwat Bhushana by well respected Madras Music Academy...
- Australian Open. Since the mid-1920s they became and have remained the more prestigious events in tennis. Winning these four tournaments in the same year is...
- extent Germany and Spain that the domestic cup was considered especially prestigious. Many were sceptical about the viability of a European tournament for...