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Public acknowledgment, praise or appreciation for one's action or idea
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“James deserves full credit for his enormous contribution to the Irish entertainment scene.”
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One's good reputation or name
“By all accounts, she was a woman of great credit and reputation.”
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The power to influence a person or situation
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“I must have lost all credit with the king, from the manner in which he has been treating me.”
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A valuable asset that is a source of pride
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“Forty-five children represented our city with pride and were a credit to themselves and their families.”
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Belief or confidence in someone or something
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“Giorgio's theories about ancient aliens building the pyramids have been given very little credit.”
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The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment based on their financial standing or history
“Another time to re-evaluate a customer's credit is when they request an increase in their credit line.”
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A privilege of delayed payment extended to a buyer or borrower
“One dealer in the town reported that he sold on credit to all of his customers who were farmers from the surrounding areas.”
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The quality of being particularly good or worthy, especially so as to deserve praise or reward
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A source of information cited in a book or article
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A stock or supply or funds of assets that can be drawn on
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The act, or an instance, of ascribing a quality, characteristic, quotation, artistic work, or other thing to someone or something
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A method of purchasing an item, where the buyer hires it and takes possession of it and pays regular installments
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A unit for measuring the amount of academic studies
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A rough calculation of the value, number, quantity, or extent of something
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A religious conviction
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Financial support given to those who are unemployed or otherwise in need
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The likelihood of something being true
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Income, typically derived from an investment or business
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Text, typically highlighted or in large font, used to declare a name or section of something
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A stage of proficiency or qualification in a course of study
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Nobility
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A sum of money that is owed or due
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A sum payable as a first installment or pledge on a purchase or contract
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The action of deducting or subtracting something
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To accredit or assign (a typically noteworthy act) to
“Certain traditions credit him with having been the first to believe in a purer doctrine than Celtic polytheism.”
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To acclaim or praise someone (for a typically noteworthy act)
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“I must credit him for his brave decision to quit on his own terms.”
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(typically British) To believe to be true, especially something surprising or unlikely
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“So startling is the divergence that you can barely credit the evidence before your eyes.”
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To be grateful for something
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To allow to be used by someone temporarily, on condition that it or its equivalent will be returned
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To lend money to someone
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To correlate a subject, issue or event with another
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To clear a check when due
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To regard or consider in a specified way
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To perceive information through one's senses
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