[+position, place, person] prestige m
→ The social cachet of some form of qualification in India is powerful ...
[+thing] cachet m
→ A Mercedes carries a certain cachet.
to have cachet
[position, place] avoir du prestige
→ Leeds and Birmingham don't have the cachet of London, Paris and Rome
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