credit

credit
Synonyms and related words:
accept, accept for gospel, accept implicitly, acceptability, acceptation, acception, acclaim, account, account for, accounting for, accredit, accredit with, accrete to, acknowledge, acknowledgment, acquiescence, answerability, application, apply to, approbation, approval, arrogation, ascendancy, ascribe, ascribe to, ascription, assign, assign to, assignation, assignment, assurance, assuredness, attach to, attachment, attribute, attribute to, attribution, authority, avails, balance, balance the books, be certain, belief, believability, believableness, believe, believe without reservation, benediction, blame, blame for, blame on, bless, book, box office, bring home to, buy, capitalize, carry, carry over, cast up accounts, certainty, charge, charge off, charge on, charge to, charisma, charm, close out, close the books, clout, cognizance, commendation, commissions, conceivability, confess, confidence, connect with, connection with, consequence, consider, consideration, control, credence, credibility, credit with, crediting, credits, credulity, debit, deem, deficit, depend on, dependability, dependence, derivation from, difference, discrepancy, disposable income, distinction, dividend, dividends, docket, dominance, domination, double entry, due, earned income, earnings, effect, eminence, enchantment, enter, entry, epact, esteem, estimation, etiology, faith, faithfulness, fasten upon, father upon, favor, feel, fix on, fix upon, force, gains, gate, gate receipts, get, give credit, give faith to, give thanks, glory, good feeling, grace, great honor, gross, gross income, gross receipts, hang on, hold, honesty, honor, hope, hymn, importance, imputation, impute, impute to, incidental power, income, influence, influentiality, insinuation, intake, item, journalize, keep books, lay, lay to, leadership, leverage, log, magnetism, make, make acknowledgments of, make an entry, mastery, merit, minute, moment, net, net income, net receipts, notation, note, offer thanks, ornament, output, paean, palaetiology, personality, persuasion, pin on, pinpoint, place upon, placement, plausibility, point to, post, post up, potency, power, praise, prayer of thanks, predominance, preponderance, pressure, prestige, probity, proceeds, produce, profits, purchase, put faith in, receipt, receipts, receivables, receive, reception, recognition, recognize, refer, refer to, reference to, regard, reign, reliability, reliance, reliance on, rely on, remainder, render credit, render thanks, repute, respect, responsibility, return thanks, returns, revenue, right, royalties, rule, saddle on, saddle with, saddling, say, sense, set down to, set store by, settle upon, single entry, solvency, stock, store, strike a balance, suasion, subtle influence, suggestion, supremacy, sureness, surety, surplus, suspension of disbelief, swallow, sway, take, take for granted, take on faith, take on trust, take stock in, take-in, takings, tenability, thank, thank offering, thank-you, thanks, thanksgiving, think, tribute, trust, trustworthiness, unearned income, upper hand, weight, what is owing, whip hand, worth, yield

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  • CRÉDIT — Le mot crédit est en usage dans des domaines très divers: commerce, comptabilité, banque, législations financière, fiscale et pénale, droit des affaires, sciences morales, politiques et économiques. Toutes les acceptions, cependant, restent… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Credit — Crédit  Pour le credits qui recense les participants d une œuvre, voir générique de cinéma. Un crédit est une créance pour un prêt ou plus généralement une ressource pour l entreprise. Le sens étymologique de crédit est la confiance accordée …   Wikipédia en Français

  • credit — cred·it 1 n 1: recognition see also full faith and credit 2 a: the balance in an account which may be drawn upon and repaid later compare loan …   Law dictionary

  • crédit — CRÉDIT. s. m. Réputation où l on est d être solvable et de bien payer, qui est cause qu on trouve aisément à emprunter. Bon crédit. Grand crédit. Il a crédit, bon crédit chez les Marchands, sur la place. S il avoit besoin de cent mille écus, il… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • credit — Credit. s. m. Reputation où l on est de bien payer, & qui est cause qu on trouve aisément à emprunter. Bon credit, grand credit. il a credit, bon credit chez les Marchands, sur la place. s il avoit besoin de cent mille escus il les trouveroit sur …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • credit — CRÉDIT, credite, s.n. 1. Relaţie (economică) bănească ce se stabileşte între o persoană fizică sau juridică (creditor), care acordă un împrumut de bani sau care vinde mărfuri sau servicii pe datorie, şi o altă persoană fizică sau juridică… …   Dicționar Român

  • Credit — Cred it (kr[e^]d [i^]t), n. [F. cr[ e]dit (cf. It. credito), L. creditum loan, prop. neut. of creditus, p. p. of credere to trust, loan, believe. See {Creed}.] 1. Reliance on the truth of something said or done; belief; faith; trust; confidence.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • credit — [kred′it] n. [Fr crédit < It credito < L creditus, pp. of credere: see CREED] 1. belief or trust; confidence; faith 2. Rare the quality of being credible or trustworthy 3. a) the favorable estimate of a person s character; reputation; good… …   English World dictionary

  • Credit — may refer to: Debits and credits, a type of book keeping entry Credit (creative arts), acknowledging the ideas or other work of writers and contributors Course credit, a system of measuring academic coursework Credit (finance), the granting of a… …   Wikipedia

  • Credit — Cred it (kr[e^]d [i^]t), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Credited}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Crediting}.] 1. To confide in the truth of; to give credence to; to put trust in; to believe. [1913 Webster] How shall they credit A poor unlearned virgin? Shak. [1913… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • credit — ► NOUN 1) the facility of being able to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future. 2) an entry in an account recording a sum received. 3) public acknowledgement or praise given for an… …   English terms dictionary

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