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Credited

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Adjective

1. credited

(usually followed by to') given credit for

Example Sentences:
'an invention credited to Edison'

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Credited

see synonyms of credited
noun
1. 
commendation or approval, as for an act or quality
she was given credit for her work
2. 
a person or thing serving as a source of good influence, repute, ability, etc
a credit to the team
3. 
the quality of being believable or trustworthy
that statement had credit
4. 
influence or reputation coming from the approval or good opinion of others
he acquired credit within the community
5. 
belief in the truth, reliability, quality, etc, of someone or something
I would give credit to that philosophy
6. 
a sum of money or equivalent purchasing power, as at a shop, available for a person's use
7. 
a. 
the positive balance in a person's bank account
b. 
the sum of money that a bank makes available to a client in excess of any deposit
8. 
a. 
the practice of permitting a buyer to receive goods or services before payment
b. 
the time permitted for paying for such goods or services
9. 
reputation for solvency and commercial or financial probity, inducing confidence among creditors
10. accounting
a. 
acknowledgment of an income, liability, or capital item by entry on the right-hand side of an account
b. 
the right-hand side of an account
c. 
an entry on this side
d. 
the total of such entries
e. 
(as modifier)
credit entries
Compare debit (sense 1)
11.  short for tax credit
12. education
a. 
a distinction awarded to an examination candidate obtaining good marks
b. 
a section of an examination syllabus satisfactorily completed, as in higher and professional education
13.  letter of credit
14.  on credit
verb -its, -iting or -ited (transitive)
15. (foll by with)
to ascribe (to); give credit (for)
they credited him with the discovery
16. 
to accept as true; believe
17. 
to do credit to
18. accounting
a. 
to enter (an item) as a credit in an account
b. 
to acknowledge (a payer) by making such an entry
Compare debit (sense 2)
19. 
to award a credit to (a student)

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Credited

see synonyms of credited
noun
1. 
belief or trust; confidence; faith
2.  Rare
the quality of being credible or trustworthy
3. 
a. 
the favorable estimate of a person's character; reputation; good name
b. 
one's influence based on one's reputation
4. 
praise or approval to which one is entitled; commendation
to deserve credit for trying
5. 
a person or thing bringing approval or honor
a credit to the team
6. 
a. 
acknowledgment of work done or assistance given
b.  [pl.]
a list of such acknowledgments in a film, television program, book, etc.
7. 
a. 
the amount of money remaining in a bank account, etc.
b. 
a sum of money made available by a bank, on which a specified person or firm may draw
c. 
such sums collectively
8.  Accounting
a. 
the acknowledgment of payment on a debt by entry of the amount in an account
b. 
the right-hand side of an account, where such amounts are entered
c. 
an entry on this side
d. 
the sum of such entries
e. 
sum deducted (from an amount owed) or added (as to a bank account) in making an adjustment
9.  Business
a. 
trust in one's integrity in money matters and one's ability to meet payments when due
b. 
one's financial reputation or status
c. 
the time allowed for payment
d. 
permission to pay later for goods or services, or a system for doing so
a store that extends credit to its best customers
10.  US, Education
a. 
the certification of a student's successful completion of a unit or course of study
b. 
a unit of work so certified
verb transitive
11. 
to believe in the truth, reliability, etc. of; trust
12. 
to give credit to or deserved commendation for
13. 
to give credit in a bank account, charge account, etc.
14.  Rare
to bring honor to
15.  Accounting
to enter on the credit side
16.  US, Education
to enter a credit or credits on the record of (a student)

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Credited

see synonyms of credited
n.
1.
a. An arrangement for deferred payment of a loan or purchase: a store that offers credit; bought my stereo on credit.
b. The terms governing such an arrangement: low prices and easy credit.
c. The time allowed for deferred payment: an automatic 30-day credit on all orders.
2.
a. The deduction of a payment made by a debtor from an amount due.
b. The positive balance or amount remaining in a person's account.
c. A credit line.
3. Reputation for solvency and integrity entitling a person to be trusted in buying or borrowing: You should have no trouble getting the loan if your credit is good.
4.
a. Official certification or recognition that a student has successfully completed a course of study: He received full credit for his studies at a previous school.
b. A unit of study so certified: This course carries three credits.
5. often credits An acknowledgment of work done, as in the production of a motion picture or publication: At the end of the film we stayed to watch the credits.
6. Influence based on the good opinion or confidence of others: used his credit with the police to get them to devote more time to the case.
7. Recognition or approval for an act, ability, or quality: gave them credit for a job well done.
8. A source of honor or distinction: This exceptional athlete is a credit to our team.
9. A reputation for sound character or quality; standing: It is to their credit that they worked so hard without complaining.
10. Belief or confidence in the truth of something: "They give no credit to [his] scurrilous assertions" (John Edgar Wideman). See Synonyms at belief.
tr.v. cred·it·ed, cred·it·ing, cred·its
1.
a. To give as a credit: credited $500 to her account.
b. To give a credit to: credit an account.
2. To give or award an educational credit to.
3.
a. To regard as having performed an action or being endowed with a quality: had to credit them with good intentions.
b. To ascribe or attribute: credit the invention to him; credited her recovery to an innovative treatment. See Synonyms at attribute.
4. Archaic To bring honor or distinction to.

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