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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.
The song plays over the opening credits.
Our fans are a credit to the club.
Her children do her credit.
You don’t pay any interest if your account remains in credit.
This is the British English definition of credit. View American English definition of credit.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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