creditable

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{s} güvenilir
övgüye layık
övgüye değer
şerefli
itibarlı
takdir edilir
şeref kazandıran
övülmeye değer
beğenilir
{s} beğenilen
credit
kredi

Ödeme için kredi kartı kullanabilir miyim? - Can I use a credit card for payment?

Mezun olmak için yeterli kredim yok. - I don't have enough credits to graduate.

credit
{i} güven

Tom biraz güveni hak ediyor. - Tom deserves a bit of credit.

Tom açıkçası güveni hak ediyor. - Tom obviously deserves credit.

credit
{i} itibar

Oğlan okulumuz için bir itibar. - The boy is a credit to our school.

credit
vade
credit
nüfuz
credit
övgü
credit
(Askeri) KREDİ GARANTİSİ
credit
üniversite kurslarının değer birimi
credit
şeref
credit
şöhret
credit
puan

Tom'un her zaman mükemmel bir kredi puanı vardı. - Tom has always had a perfect credit score.

credit
(Kanun) borç
credit
tesir
credit
(Ticaret) plasman
credit
(Kanun) alacak kaydı
credit
{f} inanmak

Tom onun kredi kartlarını çalanın Mary olduğuna inanmak için isteksiz görünüyor. - Tom seems to be unwilling to believe that Mary was the one who stole his credit cards.

credit
(Ticaret) kredili alışveriş
credit
{i} hesaptaki para miktarı
credit
itibar etmek
credit
{i} inanma

Tom onun kredi kartlarını çalanın Mary olduğuna inanmak için isteksiz görünüyor. - Tom seems to be unwilling to believe that Mary was the one who stole his credit cards.

credit
(Ticaret) avans
credit
karz
credit
ödünç para
credit
itimat
credit
ödeme

Kredi kartıyla ödemek istiyor musun? - You want to pay with a credit card?

Tom ödemek için kredi kartı kullandı. - Tom used a credit card to pay.

credit
alacaklandırmak
credit
onur
credit
onur kaynağı
credit
{i} kazanç
credit
sadakat
credit
para yatırmak
credit
güvenmek
credit
{i} emniyet
credit
saygınlık

Ben hak ettiğimden daha fazla saygınlık veriyorsun. - You're giving me more credit than I deserve.

credit
inanç
credit
{f} kredi vermek

Tom'a kredi vermek zorundasın. - You have to give Tom credit.

credit
şereflendirme
credit
{f} inan

Tom onun kredi kartlarını çalanın Mary olduğuna inanmak için isteksiz görünüyor. - Tom seems to be unwilling to believe that Mary was the one who stole his credit cards.

credit
{i} beğeni
credit
itibat etmek
credit
veresiye

Bu barın sahibi asla veresiye içki satmaz. - The owner of this bar never sells liquor on credit.

credit
{i} alacak

Alacaklıları onun peşinde. - His creditors are after him.

be creditable to smb
yüzünü ağartmak
credit
kredisine yazmak
credit
onur/güven/kredi
credit
kredi,v.inan: n.kredi
credit
{i} çoğ., sin
credit
{i} (üniversitede ders geçme sonucunda verilen) kredi, puan
credit
{i} tic. kredi
credit
yatırmak
credit
itimat etmek
credit
matluba geçirmek
creditably
övgüye layık bir şekilde
pay service creditable
(Askeri) MAAŞA ESAS HİZMET SÜRESİ: Askeri personelin asıl maaşını (basıc pay) artırmada esas alınan hizmet süresi
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
credible or believable
that brings credit or honour; respectable
that can be assigned; assignable
{a} that may be believed, reputable
Worthy of belief
{s} believable; praiseworthy
If you describe someone's actions or aims as creditable, you mean that they are morally good. Not a very creditable attitude, I'm afraid. deserving praise or approval
A creditable performance or achievement is of a reasonably high standard. They turned out a quite creditable performance = respectable
worthy of often limited commendation; "the student's effort on the essay--though not outstanding--was creditable
Deserving or possessing reputation or esteem; reputable; estimable
Bringing credit, reputation, or honor; honorable; as, such conduct is highly creditable to him
worthy of often limited commendation; "the student's effort on the essay--though not outstanding--was creditable"
credit
A person's credit rating or creditworthiness, as represented by their history of borrowing and repayment (or non payment)

What do you mean my credit is no good?.

credit
A reduction in taxes owed, or a refund for excess taxes paid

Didn't you know that the IRS will refund any excess payroll taxes that you paid if you use the 45(B) general business credit?.

credit
Recognition for having taking a course (class)

If you do not come to class, you will not get credit for the class, regardless of how well you do on the final.

credit
A privilege of delayed payment extended to a buyer or borrower on the seller's or lender's belief that what is given will be repaid
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To add to an account (confer debit.)

The full amount of the purchase has been credited to your account.

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An addition to certain accounts
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A source of value, distinction or honour

That engineer is a credit to the team.

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A course credit|course credit]], a credit hour – used measure if enough courses have been taken for graduation

Dude, I just need 3 more credits to graduate – I can take socio-linguistics of Swahili if I want.

credit
To acknowledge a contribution

Credit the point guard with another assist.

credit
{n} belief, reputation, esteem, influence, trust or time given for payment on a sale
credit
{v} to believe, admit, trust, set off, honor
creditably
{a} with credit, with trust, reputably
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Trust given or received; expectation of future playment for property transferred, or of fulfillment or promises given; mercantile reputation entitling one to be trusted; applied to individuals, corporations, communities, or nations; as, to buy goods on credit
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The ability of a person to borrow money, or obtain goods with payments over time, as a consequence of the favorable opinion held by a lender as to the person's financial situation and reliability
credit
an entry on a list of persons who contributed to a film or written work
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accounting: enter as credit; "We credit your account with $100
credit
A privilege of delayed payment extended to a buyer or borrower on the sellers or lenders belief that what is given will be repaid
credit
The time given for payment for lands or goods sold on trust; as, a long credit or a short credit
credit
The capacity to borrow money up to a specified limit under specified conditions [FACS] The promise to pay in the future in order to buy or borrow in the present The right to defer payment of debt [FRBC][FRBM][FRBSF] (see also credit card, creditworthiness, debt, finance charge) (includes open-end credit)
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When a sum of money is credited to an account, the bank adds that sum of money to the total in the account. She noticed that only $80,000 had been credited to her account Midland decided to change the way it credited payments to accounts Interest is calculated daily and credited once a year, on 1 April. debit
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To bring honor or repute upon; to do credit to; to raise the estimation of
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(see also ‘Exemption’) The term ‘credit’ is used in two ways in the University 1 ‘Credit’ is recognition of study or work experience that you have already completed For example you may have completed a similar course at another institution To receive credit you must fill in an ‘Application for Credit’ form which is available from Campus Central You will need to demonstrate that the work experience or study is equivalent in content and level to what is required in the course 2 A ‘credit’ can also refer to a grade awarded for a piece of assessment (see ‘Grading System’)
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give someone credit for something; "We credited her for saving our jobs"
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accounting: enter as credit; "We credit your account with $100"
credit
a loan that enables people to buy something now and to pay for it in the future
credit
-The promise to pay in the future in order to buy or borrow in the present; a sum of money due a person or business
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Another word for debt Credit is given to customers when they are allowed to make a purchase with the promise to pay later A bank gives credit when it lends money
credit
A credit is an amount of money that is given to someone. Senator Bill Bradley outlined his own tax cut, giving families $350 in tax credits per child = allowance
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used in the phrase `to your credit' in order to indicate an achievement deserving praise; "she already had several performances to her credit"
credit
arrangement for deferred payment for goods and services
credit
To enter upon the credit side of an account; to give credit for; as, to credit the amount paid; to set to the credit of; as, to credit a man with the interest paid on a bond
credit
A ground of, or title to, belief or confidence; authority derived from character or reputation
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A claim for funds by the cardholder for the credit of his account At the same time it provides details of funds acknowledged as payable by the acquirer (and/or the card acceptor) to the card issuer
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If you say that something does someone credit, you mean that they should be praised or admired because of it. You're a nice girl, Lettie, and your kind heart does you credit
credit
In the course descriptions the credit value of a course, where given, is shown in parentheses following the course number In general one credit represents one hour of instruction or two to three hours of laboratory work per week throughout one term of a Winter Session A credit is approximately one semester hour Most courses at UBC have a 3-credit value and have a duration of one term
credit
The provision of resources (such as goods, services, or money) by one party (the creditor) to another party (the debtor) where that second party does not immediately pay the first party for the resources in full, and instead either arranges to pay for or to return those resources or equivalent value at a later date
credit
have trust in; trust in the truth or veracity of
credit
"Credits" and "units" are synonymous Units of credit are awarded for each course passed Lecture/ discussion classes are usually 3 units for three hours of classes per week per semester; activity and lab classes take usually 2 or 3 hours per week and are awarded one unit of credit You may also receive some credit by examination The credits or units granted by SDSU are called "semester units" If you transfer from another institution (UCSD, for example) with quarter units, they are converted into semester units by multiplying by 2/3 Thus, if you transferred to SDSU with 60 quarter units, SDSU would grant you 40 semester units toward your degree from SDSU See Unit Requirements in the Graduation Requirements section of this web site for the number of semester credits (units) needed for a degree
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A credit is a VeriSign transaction type that transfers funds from the merchant's account back to a customer's credit card It is the only way to handle a refund after a transaction has been settled This type of transaction is usually performed when a product is returned to the merchant A credit can be performed in the Transaction Terminal area of VeriSign's Manager or through a merchant's storefront application Check refunds can only be done via credit card or through a non-electronic, paper check A credit can only be issued to an account that has not had a previous authorization
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If you get the credit for something good, people praise you because you are responsible for it, or are thought to be responsible for it. It would be wrong for us to take all the credit Some of the credit for her relaxed manner must go to Andy. blame
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Reputation derived from the confidence of others; esteem; honor; good name; estimation
credit
To confide in the truth of; to give credence to; to put trust in; to believe
credit
give credit for; "She was not properly credited in the program"
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To give someone credit for a good quality means to believe that they have it. Bratbakk had more ability than the media gave him credit for
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The list of people who helped to make a film, a CD, or a television programme is called the credits
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If you are allowed credit, you are allowed to pay for goods or services several weeks or months after you have received them. The group can't get credit to buy farming machinery You can ask a dealer for a discount whether you pay cash or buy on credit
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If you say that someone is a credit to someone or something, you mean that their qualities or achievements will make people have a good opinion of the person or thing mentioned. He is one of the greatest British players of recent times and is a credit to his profession. disgrace
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If someone or their bank account is in credit, their bank account has money in it. The idea that I could be charged when I'm in credit makes me very angry Interest is payable on credit balances
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The giving of goods and services in return for the promise of payment at a future time The payment usually has interest attached
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{i} money (in a bank account); money available for a person to borrow (from a bank or other source); deferred payment; trust, confidence; importance, respect; points earned (through study); recognition; thanks; entry on a list of people who contributed to a movie or written work
credit
Recognition of attendance or performance in an instructional activity (course or program) that can be applied by a recipient toward the requirements for a degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award
credit
A means of borrowing money from a person or company and returning it at a later date, usually with accrued interest charged on top of the initial sum borrowed
credit
Reliance on the truth of something said or done; belief; faith; trust; confidence
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If something is to someone's credit, they deserve praise for it. She had managed to pull herself together and, to her credit, continued to look upon life as a positive experience
credit
a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage; "the student's essay failed to list several important citations"; "the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"; "the article includes mention of similar clinical cases"
credit
Recognition and respect
credit
A unit of measure used in higher education Recognition of attendance and/or performance in an instructional activity (course or program) that can be applied by a recipient to requirements for a degree, diploma, certificate, or other formal award At some institutions a credit is the equivalent to the number of contact hours For example, English 101 is offered Mondays and Wednesdays from 5: 30 - 7: 00 p m for 3 credits How credits equate to contact hours vary at each institution Also referred to as academic credit
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An arbitrary unit of value, used in many token economies
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recognition by a college or university that a course of studies has been successfully completed; typically measured in semester hours
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To believe
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approval; "give her recognition for trying"; "he was given credit for his work"; "give her credit for trying"; "the credits were given at the end of the film"
credit
Nullification of an authorized transaction (sale) that has not been settled If supported by the card issuer, a reversal will immediately "undo" an authorization and return it to the open-to-buy balance on a cardholder's account Some card issuers do not support reversals
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Sometimes called "credit hour " This is a unit of academic progress The number of credits assigned to a course corresponds (more or less) to the number of contact hours you have per week with the instructor in the classroom You should note that credits are NOT a good indicator of how difficult a course may be or the amount of the workload in the class For example, it's quite possible for a three-credit upper-level course to be more challenging and time-consuming than a four-hour introductory course LS&A students ordinarily need to complete 120 credits in order to graduate
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You say on the credit side in order to introduce one or more good things about a situation or person, usually when you have already mentioned the bad things about them. On the credit side, he's always been wonderful with his mother
credit
That which tends to procure, or add to, reputation or esteem; an honor
credit
money available for a client to borrow
credit
The promise to pay in the future in order to buy or borrow in the present The right to defer payment of debt
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an accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items
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An agreement in which a borrower receives something of value in exchange for a promise to repay the lender at a later date
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A legal agreement in which a borrower receives something of value now by promising to pay the lender for it later When the item of value is money, the agreement is called a loan When the item of value is a product, the purchaser buys it "on credit " (See also finance )
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A valuable member
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If people credit someone with an achievement or if it is credited to them, people say or believe that they were responsible for it. The staff are crediting him with having saved Hythe's life The screenplay for `Gabriel Over the White House' is credited to Carey Wilson
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If you already have one or more achievements to your credit, you have achieved them. I have twenty novels and countless magazine stories to my credit. Transaction between two parties in which one (the creditor or lender) supplies money, goods, services, or securities in return for a promised future payment by the other (the debtor or borrower). Such transactions normally include the payment of interest to the lender. Credit may be extended by public or private institutions to finance business activities, agricultural operations, consumer expenditures, or government projects. Large sums of credit are usually extended through specialized financial institutions such as commercial banks or through government lending programs. consumer credit credit bureau credit card credit union investment credit investment tax credit Social Credit Party
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used in the phrase `to your credit' in order to indicate an achievement deserving praise; "she already had several performances to her credit"; recognition by a college or university that a course of studies has been successfully completed; typically measured in semester hours an entry on a list of persons who contributed to a film or written work arrangement for deferred payment for goods and services money available for a client to borrow an accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items have trust in; trust in the truth or veracity of give someone credit for something; "We credited her for saving our jobs"
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The side of an account on which are entered all items reckoned as values received from the party or the category named at the head of the account; also, any one, or the sum, of these items; the opposite of debit; as, this sum is carried to one's credit, and that to his debit; A has several credits on the books of B
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Influence derived from the good opinion, confidence, or favor of others; interest
credit
{f} believe, have faith in, accept; bring honor or recognition to; supply goods by deferred payment; give credit to
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If you credit someone with a quality, you believe or say that they have it. I wonder why you can't credit him with the same generosity of spirit
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A credit is a sum of money which is added to an account. The statement of total debits and credits is known as a balance. debit
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A persons credit rating or creditworthiness, as represented by their history of borrowing and repayment (or non payment)
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The allowance of cash, goods, or services in the present, with payment expected in the future To credit (Cr ) an account means to enter an amount on the right, or credit, side of the account
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An agreement in which a borrower receives something of value in exchange for a promise to repay the lender as a later date
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A credit is a successfully completed part of a higher education course. At some universities and colleges you need a certain number of credits to be awarded a degree
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Money received in an account A credit transaction is one in which the net sale proceeds are larger than the net buy proceeds (cost), thereby bringing money into the account See also Debit
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A numeric value that represents the maximum number of receive buffers provided by an F/FL_Port to its attached N/NL_Port such that the N/NL_Port may transmit frames without overrunning the F/FL_Port
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Money lent to a borrower in exchange for a commitment to repay the loan within a certain timeframe
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An agreement in which a borrower receives something of value in exchange for a promise to repay the lender at a later date (top)
creditability
{i} believability, dependability; praiseworthiness
creditably
to a tolerably worthy extent; "he did respectably well for his age"
creditably
believably; reliably; praiseworthy
creditably
In a creditable manner; reputably; with credit
creditably
In a creditable manner
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