listen to the pronunciation of credibility
Englisch - Türkisch
{i} güvenilirlik

Evli bir yazarın bekar kalma önerisinin güvenilirlik eksikliği kitabın zayıf noktasıdır. - The lack of credibility of a married writer’s recommendation to remain unmarried is the weak point of the book.

Tom'un güvenilirlik sorunları var. - Tom has credibility problems.

(isim) güvenilirlik
(Ticaret) kredibilite
(Hukuk) güvenirlik

Evli bir yazar bekar kalmayı tavsiye ettiği zaman kitabın zayıf noktası güvenirlikten yoksun olmasıdır. - The book's weak-point is that it lacks credibility when a married writer recommends remaining unmarried.

{s} inandırıcı

İnandırıcı olmak istiyorsan insanlara sadece inandıkları şeyleri söyle. - If you want to be credible, tell people only what they believe.

{s} güvenilir

Tom güvenilir bir tanıktı. - Tom was a credible witness.

credibility gap
(Politika Siyaset) söylenilen veya vaat edilen şey ile gerçekte yapılan şey arasındaki tutarsızlık
credibility gap
güvenilirlik açığı
(Hukuk) inanılır

Tom'un hikayesi kulağa inanılır gibi geliyordu. - Tom's story sounded credible.

Tom inanılır, fakat Mary değil. - Tom is credible, but Mary isn't.

(Kanun) mutemet
lost of credibility
(Politika, Siyaset) güven kaybı
Englisch - Englisch
Whether or not a witness is being truthful

The primary measure of credibility is whether the testimony is probable or improbable when judged by common experience.

reputation impacting one's ability to be believed

After weeks of blowing smoke, her credibility with me was next to nil.

reputation impacting ones ability to be believed
measures the likelihood that stakeholders in the commercialization process will believe the technical claims your company makes about a technology
a statistical measure of the reliability of a group's past claims experience
The likelihood, as judged by market agents, of an announced economic policy or existing fixed exchange rate being maintained by the government
A salesperson’s believability established through empathy, willingness to listen to specific needs, and continual enthusiasm toward his or her work and the customer’s business
If someone or something has credibility, people believe in them and trust them. The police have lost their credibility
The quality of being credible; credibleness; as, the credibility of facts; the credibility of witnesses
A measure of the statistical predictability of a group's experience
[General] a measure of the predictive value that the actuary attaches to a particular body of DATA [identical to ASOP No 9, appendix 1, which quotes CAS Statement of Principles Regarding Property ond Casualty Insurance Ratemaking]
The quality of being plausible, believable, dependable, or worthy of confidence
the key asset for public health advocates; just as you find certain media more trustworthy than others, media consider some sources more credible than others; the more you provide your information in a context of being accurate and fair -- offering the other side and even phone numbers of sources on the other side -- the more you will have credibility with news outlets
A statistical measure of the degree to which past results make good forecasts of future results
The degree of belief given to an individual case claims/premium experience
refers to the amount of weight given to various estimates of losses or loss trends Stated another way, credibility is the measure of the statistical significance of estimates produced from various data sets An estimate produced from a larger data set will generally be a more reliable predictor than an estimate from a smaller data set Actuaries rely on certain standards to determine if the data underlying various estimates are sufficient for purposes of the ratemaking estimates If a particular set of data has 100% credibility, then the data is considered to be of sufficient volume that the estimate of claim costs can be based 100% on those data If the data volume is not 100% credible, the actuary must supplement the estimate from the data set with another data source and/or estimate
You're standing with the group, the degree to which they see you as sincere, competent and congruent Establishing your credibility helps establish a positive expectation set that will increase learning for the group Sometimes you need to disclose your qualifications as an authority on the subject
believability A credible communicator is perceived as both expert and trustworthy
An evaluative criteria which involves questioning whether or not an author has the expertise to make the statement he/she is making
A statistical measure of reliability of experience data, based on the size of the sample
{i} trustworthiness, dependability
the quality of being believable or trustworthy
Credibility refers to whether or not a person or a statement is believed or trusted Sometimes leaders or expert witnesses are not considered by the public to be credible because they have a personal interest in the outcome of a situation or a conflict which would likely influence their views and/or statements about that situation or conflict
the quality of being believable on reasonable grounds
The quality of something that makes it believable
The ability to show that data have been collected, processed, stored, and disseminated responsibly
An improvement of credibility is considered to be the same as confidence building or providing quality to the customer
credibility gap
A discrepancy between the statements made by a person in authority (especially by a politician) and the perceived truth
credibility gaps
plural form of credibility gap
credibility crisis
crisis of believability, problem which being able to believe
credibility gap
{i} obvious difference of opinion between purported and actual facts; untrustworthiness; discrepancy
credibility gap
A credibility gap is the difference between what a person says or promises and what they actually think or do. There is a credibility gap developing between employers and employees
authentic or convincing
believable or plausible
street credibility
Alternative form of street cred
{a} worthy of credit, probable, likely
a common but incorrect usage where `credulous' would be appropriate; "she was not the credible fool he expected"
{s} reliable, trustworthy, dependable
A credible candidate, policy, or system, for example, is one that appears to have a chance of being successful. Mr Robertson would be a credible candidate. deserving or able to be believed or trusted credible explanation/story/account etc (credibilis, from credere; CREDENCE)
appearing to merit belief or acceptance; "a credible witness"; "a plausible story"
Credible means able to be trusted or believed. Baroness Thatcher's claims seem credible to many But in order to maintain a credible threat of intervention, we have to maintain a credible alliance. = plausible
credible fool he expected
capable of being believed; "completely credible testimony"; "credible information"
Capable of being credited or believed; worthy of belief; entitled to confidence; trustworthy
appearing to merit belief or acceptance; "a credible witness"; "a plausible story" capable of being believed; "completely credible testimony"; "credible information" a common but incorrect usage where `credulous' would be appropriate; "she was not the
a common but incorrect usage where `credulous' would be appropriate; "she was not the
street credibility
credibility among young fashionable urban individuals
street credibility
Street credibility is the same as street cred