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credit

noun (MONEY)     /ˈkred.ɪt/
[U] a method of paying for goods or services at a later time, usually paying interest as well as the original money 賒購,賒帳,信用貸款 They decided to buy the car on credit. 他們決定用信用貸款的方法買那輛汽車。 The shop was offering six months' (interest-free) credit on electrical goods. 這家店提供六個月期限的(免息)電器信用貸款服務。 →  Compare debit noun Borrowing, lending and debtPaying and spending money
[C or U] money in your bank account 帳面餘額,貸方餘額 I was relieved to see from my statement that my account was in credit. 看到對帳單上我的帳戶仍有存款,我鬆了一口氣。 Profits and losses
(Definition of credit noun (MONEY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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