credit

All Noun Verb
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  • Why do people feel they have to take credit for everything they do?
  • I am sure he would play very well and do the team much credit.
  • He credited his strength and good health to his life style and his love for life.
  • After the credits, the main story plays out in standard three-act structure.
  • However, the three women did not receive co-writing credit on the book's cover.
  • There are many forms of trade credit in common use.
  • He is credited as a major influence upon the development of the school and its writing programs.
  • The song can be heard in one scene during the film and during the end credits.
  • Reality is a great deal more mysterious than we ever give it credit for.
  • For this he received a co-writing credit, his last.
  • However, several independent, non-credit programs assist students who need help in a specific subject.
  • College-bound students may take two-week non-credit courses and six-week credit courses.
  • He received no on-screen credit for his role in co-creating the TV series.
  • She has received co-writing credits for multiple songs she's recorded.
  • He later learns that his bank has closed his line of credit and he is broke.
  • She credits government with much of her success in public life.
  • As a result he is usually given credit for the element's discovery.
  • Some wanted it to function like money and others, credit.
  • In a credit union the members are people who have accounts with the credit union.
  • He would have claimed credit for the sun and the moon if he believed he could get away with it.
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Meaning of credit

  • noun Money available for a client to borrow
  • noun An accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items
  • noun Used in the phrase `to your credit' in order to indicate an achievement deserving praise;
    she already had several performances to her credit
  • noun Arrangement for deferred payment for goods and services
  • noun Recognition by a college or university that a course of studies has been successfully completed; typically measured in semester hours
  • noun An entry on a list of persons who contributed to a film or written work
    the credits were given at the end of the film
  • verb Give someone credit for something
    We credited her for saving our jobs
  • verb Accounting: enter as credit
    We credit your account with $100
  • verb Have trust in; trust in the truth or veracity of