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bad creditnoun [U]

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FINANCE if a ​person or ​company has ​badcredit, they have had difficulty ​paying back a ​loan in the past, and a ​financialinstitution may decide that it is not ​safe to ​lend them ​money: The ​powercompanyasked for a ​deposit because of their ​badcredit.
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