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I don't like buying things on credit.
Some suppliers will not give credit to their customers.
You can get interest-free credit on all our products.
You deserve credit for making him change his mind.
He always takes the credit for my ideas.
All credits, debits, and charges will show on your bank statement.
the credit column of a balance sheet
These tax credits are designed to help offset the costs of child-care.
The government plans to introduce export credits.
This course counts as one credit towards your degree.
a director whose television credits include NYPD Blue
The song plays over the opening credits.
Our fans are a credit to the club.
Her children do her credit.
She's a much better actor than people give her credit for.
You don't pay any interest if your account remains in credit.
On the credit side, inflation has not risen this year.
He has fourteen films to his credit.
Jane, to her credit, helped the woman without knowing the situation.
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View the pronunciation for credit.
a Korean dish made from fermented cabbage or other vegetables, garlic and spices
a period of time spent asking people for their opinions or support
a compulsive desire for something; an addiction to something
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Definition of credit from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.