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Credentialed

ˌnɒn.krɪˈden.ʃəld

Meanings of Credentialed:

adjective

Having qualifications or documentation indicating one's suitability for something.

Usage examples:

Inspections were to be done by a group of credentialed inspectors
verb

Provide with credentials.

Usage examples:

His campaign has refused to credential any reporter from that outlet

Credentialism

krɪˈdɛnʃ(ə)lɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Credentialism:

noun

Belief in or reliance on academic or other formal qualifications as the best measure of a person's intelligence or ability to do a particular job.

Usage examples:

Credentialism is to a large degree responsible for people assuming that they need a degree

Credentials

krɪˈdɛnʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Credentials:

noun

A qualification, achievement, quality, or aspect of a person's background, especially when used to indicate their suitability for something.

Usage examples:

Recruitment is based mainly on academic credentials
verb

Provide with credentials.

Usage examples:

His campaign has refused to credential any reporter from that outlet

Meanings of Credently:

adverb

Credibly, believably.

Credenza

krɪˈden.zə

Meanings of Credenza:

noun

A sideboard or cupboard.

Usage examples:

Stock includes dining tables, chairs, sideboards, credenzas, chests of drawers, lighting and access…

Credenzas

krɪˈden.zə

Meanings of Credenzas:

noun

A sideboard or cupboard.

Usage examples:

Stock includes dining tables, chairs, sideboards, credenzas, chests of drawers, lighting and access…

Meanings of Credere:

noun

A person or company that receives commission (= payment) for selling goods or services for another person or company, and that agrees to pay for the goods even if no money is received from the buyer

Usage examples:

Upon default of payment he himself must pay for the goods, and for this additional service the del …

Meanings of Credibility:

noun

The quality of being trusted and believed in.

Usage examples:

The very public loss of credibility led to the demise of the magazine as a prestigious publication

Credible

ˈkred.ə.bəl

Meanings of Credible:

adjective

Able to be believed; convincing.

Usage examples:

Few people found his story credible

Meanings of Credibleness:

noun

Credibility.

Meanings of Credibly:

adverb

In a believable and convincing way.

Usage examples:

He can also talk credibly about the details

Credit

ˈkred.ɪt

Meanings of Credit:

noun

The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future.

Usage examples:

I've got unlimited credit
verb

Publicly acknowledge a contributor's role in the production of (something published or broadcast).

Usage examples:

The screenplay is credited to one american and two japanese writers

Meanings of Credit-card:

noun

A small plastic card that you can use to buy something and pay for it in the future

Credit-crunch

ˈkred.ɪt ˌkrʌntʃ

Meanings of Credit-crunch:

noun

Economic conditions that make financial organizations less willing to lend money, often causing serious economic problems

Usage examples:

Japan experienced a major credit crunch in the late nineties., most politicians agree that the cred…

Credit-note

ˈkred.ɪt ˌnəʊt

Meanings of Credit-note:

noun

A document that a seller gives to a buyer who returns a product, pays too much for something, etc., which the buyer may use at a later time to pay for something else

Usage examples:

Most shops will allow you to make an exchange or offer you a credit note instead of a refund., inco…

Credit-squeeze

ˈkred.ɪt ˌskwiːz

Meanings of Credit-squeeze:

noun

→  credit crunch

Usage examples:

Bank deposits fell by as much as 19%, creating a credit squeeze that strangled consumer spending.

Meanings of Credit-with:

phrasal verb

To consider someone as having good qualities or good achievements

Usage examples:

I credited him with more sense than he showed.

Meanings of Creditable:

adjective

(of a performance, effort, or action) deserving public acknowledgement and praise but not necessarily outstanding or successful.

Usage examples:

A very creditable 2–4 defeat

Meanings of Creditableness:

noun

The quality or condition of being creditable, personally, socially or financially; good reputation, respectability.

Meanings of Credited:

verb

Publicly acknowledge a contributor's role in the production of (something published or broadcast).

Usage examples:

The screenplay is credited to one american and two japanese writers
noun

The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future.

Usage examples:

I've got unlimited credit

Meanings of Crediting:

verb

Add (an amount of money) to an account.

Usage examples:

This deferred tax can be credited to the profit and loss account
noun

The ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future.

Usage examples:

I've got unlimited credit

Meanings of Creditive:

adjective

(a) having the attribute of believing; capable of belief; (b) of or relating to belief; of the nature of belief or intellectual assent.

noun

A credential letter. compare "credential".

Meanings of Creditless:

adjective

Having or involving no financial credit.

Creditor

ˈkred.ɪ.tər

Meanings of Creditor:

noun

A person or company to whom money is owing.

Usage examples:

He sold his ferraris to pay off his creditors

Creditors

ˈkrɛdɪtə

Meanings of Creditors:

noun

A person or company to whom money is owing.

Usage examples:

He sold his ferraris to pay off his creditors

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