credit

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈkrɛdɪt/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/ˈkrɛdɪt/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(kredit)


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credit

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. [low, high] -interest credit
  2. sell (it) for credit
  3. bought it [on, with] credit
  4. (do not) [accept, take] credit
  5. [shows, received] a credit to my [account, card]
  6. extend (a line of) credit
  7. has credit at the [store, bar, pub]
  8. he is a credit to [the team, his parents]
  9. I have to give you credit [on, for] that one
  10. [get, take, steal] credit for the [work, idea, project]
  11. she [is stronger, does more] than you give her credit for
  12. credit where credit is due
  13. I can't take (the) credit for that
  14. [receive, get] your due credit
  15. [the story, his excuse] gained credit when
  16. [used up, consumed, spent] all their credits
  17. this game costs [two, three] credits
  18. the course [gives you, is worth] 15 credits
n as adj
  1. a credit [card, account]
  2. get your credit report
  3. a [poor, good, clean] credit report
  4. join a credit union
  5. get a credit check
  6. the credit [crunch, crisis, squeeze]
v
  1. credit her with the [creation, discovery, innovation] (of)
  2. the [creation] was credited to him
  3. credited in the [book, movie]
  4. credited with [having, saving, being, helping, inventing]
  5. credit the [interest, payment, service]
  6. credited my [account, card]
  7. will credit your account with (the sum of)
  8. my account was credited
  9. credited [$50]
  10. credited [immediately, accordingly]
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