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[编辑] GRE 红宝书

  • n. 赊购; 信任; ( 电影) 片头字幕
  • [英] n. 赊购 ( permission to delay payment) ; 信任 ( trust) ;
  • [类] credits : movie / byline : article ( 片头字幕介绍电影的演员 / 标题下署名行介绍文章的作者)
  • [记] cred+it ( 表名词)

[编辑] Webster Collegiate

I. noun

  • Etymology: Middle French, from Old Italian credito, from Latin creditum something entrusted to another, loan, from neuter of creditus, past participle of credere to believe, entrust — more at creed
  • Date: 1537
  • 1. reliance on the truth or reality of something gave credit to everything he said
  • 2.
    • a. the balance in a person's favor in an account
    • b. an amount or sum placed at a person's disposal by a bank
    • c. the provision of money, goods, or services with the expectation of future payment long-term credit; also money, goods, or services so provided exhausted their credit
    • d.
      • (1) an entry on the right-hand side of an account constituting an addition to a revenue, net worth, or liability account
      • (2) a deduction from an expense or asset account
    • e. any one of or the sum of the items entered on the right-hand side of an account
    • f. a deduction from an amount otherwise due
  • 3.
    • a. influence or power derived from enjoying the confidence of another or others
    • b. good name ; esteem; also financial or commercial trustworthiness
  • 4. archaic credibility
  • 5. a source of honor credit to the school
  • 6.
    • a. something that gains or adds to reputation or esteem ; honor took no credit for his kindly act
    • b. recognition, acknowledgment quite willing to accept undeserved credit
  • 7. recognition by name of a person contributing to a performance (as a film or telecast) the opening credits
  • 8.
    • a. recognition by a school or college that a student has fulfilled a requirement leading to a degree
    • b. credit hour
  • Synonyms: see belief, influence

II. transitive verb

  • Etymology: partly from 1 credit; partly from Latin creditus, past participle
  • Date: circa 1530
  • 1. to trust in the truth of ; believe find his story hard to credit
  • 2. to supply goods on credit to
  • 3. archaic to bring credit or honor upon
  • 4.
    • a. to enter upon the credit side of an account
    • b. to place an amount to the credit of

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