buying sth and paying for it later; the system of paying in this
deposit; bank saving; sum of money in sb's bank account
sum of money lent by a bank, etc.; loan
praise; approval; recognition
belief; trust; trustworthiness
entry on a record showing that a student has completed a course
"give her recognition for trying"
"he was given credit for his work"
"give her credit for trying"
"she already had several performances to her credit"
"the student's essay failed to list several important citations"
"the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"
"the article includes mention of similar clinical cases"
"the credits were given at the end of the film"
"We credited her for saving our jobs"
"She was not properly credited in the program"
"We credit your account with $100"
Charges like these may seem to deserve some degree of credit.
An absurdity so patent that I could hardly credit it.
出自： L. Durrell
I found it impossible to credit that I had much will.
出自： C. P. Snow
Whatever the quality of the student's work is, he must be credited for having tried hard.
The bank has credited you〔your〕 account with the amount of the cheque.
Please credit my account with 200 dollars.
请把200美元记入我的账户上的贷方。 credit sb with sth/v-ing
I credit him with some sense.
Most astronomy texts credit Galileo with discovering sunspots.
He is credited with great achievements in physics.
The relics are credited with miraculous powers.