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adjective: Known widely and unfavorably.
From Latin notorius (well-known), from notus (known). Earliest documented use: 1495.
“Reducing the city’s notorious smog and traffic jams is regarded by central officials as a task of national importance.”
A Bolshevik in Beijing; The Economist (London, UK); Jul 15, 2017.
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