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credit

noun
 
 
/ˈkredɪt/
PAYMENT [U] B1 a way of buying something in which you arrange to pay for it at a later time
kredyt
We offer interest-free credit on all new cars. He bought most of the furniture on credit.Borrowing, lending and debtForms of money and methods of payment
PRAISE [U] B2 praise that is given to someone for something they have done
uznanie
I did most of the work but Dan got all the credit! We should give her credit for her honesty. I can't take full credit for this meal - Sam helped.Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
be a credit to sb/sth to do something that makes a person or organization proud of you
być chlubą kogoś/czegoś
Giorgio is a credit to his family.Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
to sb's credit If something is to someone's credit, they deserve praise for it.
trzeba przyznać, że ..., trzeba kogoś pochwalić (za to, że) ..., dzięki komuś
To his credit, Bill never blamed her for the incident.Praising and applaudingExaggerating and playing down
have sth to your credit to have achieved something
mieć coś na koncie
By the age of 25, she had five novels to her credit.Success and achievementsHigher and lower points of achievementFailures
in credit having money in your bank account
wypłacalny
Banks and bank accounts
MONEY [C] B1 an amount of money that you put into your bank account
wpłata
→  Opposite debit noun Forms of money and methods of paymentBanks and bank accounts
COURSE [C] B2 a unit that shows you have completed part of a college course
punkt, zaliczenie
Classes, courses and courseworkSchool and vocational qualifications
(Definition of credit noun from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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