credyd, gredyd, chredyd, credydau, clod, clodydd, coel, chlod, chlodydd, choel, chredydau, eirda, glod, glodydd, goel, gredydau, ngeirda, nghlod, nghlodydd, nghoel, nghredyd, nghredydau, geirdagredydu, credydu, chredydu, nghredyducredydasai, credydo, credydasoch, credydasit, credydasid, credydasent, credydasem, credydasech, credydasant, credydaswn, credydant, credydan, credydaist, credydais, credydai, credydaf, credyda’, chredydaist, credydech, credyded, credydem, credyden, credydent, credyder, credydes, credydest, credydet, credydi, credydid, credydiff, credydir, credydith, credydasom, credyda, credydoch, credydodd, credydom, credydon, credydont, credydwch, credydwn, credydwyd, credydwyf, credydych, chredyda, chredyda’, chredydaf, chredydai, chredydais, gredydasent, chredydan, chredydant, chredydasai, chredydasant, chredydasech, chredydasem, chredydasent, chredydasid, chredydasit, chredydasoch, chredydasom, chredydaswn, chredydech, chredyded, chredydem, gredydasech, chredyder, chredydes, chredydest, chredydet, chredydi, chredydid, chredydiff, chredydir, chredydith, chredydo, chredydoch, chredydodd, chredydom, chredydon, gredydasem, chredydent, gredydasant, gredydasai, gredydant, gredydan, gredydaist, gredydais, chredydont, gredydaf, gredyda’, gredyda, chredydych, chredydwyf, chredydwyd, chredydwn, chredydwch, gredydid, gredydasid, gredydasit, gredydasoch, gredydasom, gredydaswn, gredydech, gredyded, gredydem, gredyden, gredydent, gredyder, gredydes, gredydest, gredydet, chredyden, gredydai, gredydiff, gredydir, gredydith, gredydo, gredydoch, gredydodd, gredydom, gredydon, gredydont, gredydwch, gredydwn, gredydwyd, gredydwyf, gredydych, gredydi
Noun(1) approval(2) money available for a client to borrow(3) an accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items(4) used in the phrase `to your credit' in order to indicate an achievement deserving praise(5) arrangement for deferred payment for goods and services(6) recognition by a college or university that a course of studies has been successfully completed; typically measured in semester hours(7) a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage(8) an entry on a list of persons who contributed to a film or written work(9) an estimate, based on previous dealings, of a person's or an organization's ability to fulfill their financial commitments
Verb(1) give someone credit for something(2) ascribe an achievement to(3) accounting: enter as credit(4) have trust in; trust in the truth or veracity of
(1) Courses offered for credit and sessions on time management at the student recreation centers and residence halls could enhance efficiency.(2) A video documenting the project, made by a student for independent-study credit , was shown at the event and was available for purchase.(3) students will receive credit for accuracy and style(4) they seldom get any credit(5) she has five medals to her credit(6) On Monday afternoon I received an email from Quip saying they couldn't add the credit to my account as it was temporarily blocked.(7) ├ö├ç├┐I don't think he gets enough credit for his ability to drive and his strength,├ö├ç├û Doherty says.(8) In India, nice children are a dime a dozen, and parents receive no special credit or praise for their children's behavior.(9) Increasingly, advanced high school students receive both high school and college credit by taking college distance learning courses.(10) Students receive some course credit for participating.(11) As a former broadcasting journalist of some 17 years or so experience, I cannot credit that anyone actually believes that.(12) You wanted to steal my ideas and claim credit for them.(13) Another unique feature of this program is that students get academic credit for their participation in the conference.(14) He dissembled with one or the other, and by so doing lost his credit with both.(15) This money is recorded as a credit in the current account but, in reality, it is not a reliable source of financing.(16) Many policyholders cannot afford to pay their annual motor insurance in one go and so avail of credit arrangements from insurers and brokers.
(1) credit card :: cerdyn credyd
(2) credit note :: nodyn credyd
(3) letter of credit :: llythyr o gredyd
(4) tax credit :: credyd treth
(5) credit rating :: statws credyd
(6) credit union :: undeb credyd
(7) credit balance :: balans credyd
(8) credit crunch :: wasgfa gredyd
(9) on credit :: ar gredyd
(10) credit limit :: terfyn credyd
1. praise ::
2. reputation ::
3. credence ::
4. loan ::
5. deferred payment ::
6. citation ::
7. recognition ::
8. credit rating ::
9. credit entry ::
10. course credit ::
11. believe ::
12. ascribe ::
13. accredit ::
1. discredit ::
2. doubt ::
3. unbelief ::
credit, credited, crediting, credits, noncredit
Word Example from TV Shows
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Except I have a CREDIT card.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 24
So I'm just supposed to be okay
with you hogging all the CREDIT?
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 18
You don't deserve
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 6
If you're concerned about sharing CREDIT
with me, your name can go first... I'm going.
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 12
Well, would you consider mounds of CREDIT
card debt kind of a big deal financially?
The Big Bang Theory Season 8, Episode 4
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