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credible

adjective uk   /ˈkred.ɪ.bl̩/ us  
able to be believed or trusted: They haven't produced any credible evidence for convicting him. The story of what had happened to her was barely (= almost not) credible.
credibly
adverb uk   /-bli/ us  
The family in the television programme could not be credibly compared with a real one.
Translations of “credible”
in Korean 믿을 수 있는…
in Arabic ذو مِصداقِيّة…
in French croyable…
in Turkish inanılır, güvenilir, inandırıcı…
in Italian credibile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 可信的, 可靠的…
in Russian достоверный, надежный…
in Polish wiarygodny…
in Spanish creíble…
in Portuguese verossímil…
in German glaubwürdig…
in Catalan creïble…
in Japanese 信用される…
in Chinese (Simplified) 可信的, 可靠的…
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