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English definition of “bad credit”

bad credit

noun [U]
 
 
FINANCE if a person or company has bad credit, they have had difficulty paying back a loan in the past, and a financial institution may decide that it is not safe to lend them money: The power company asked for a deposit because of their bad credit.
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