[kres-ee; French krey-see] /ˈkrɛs i; French kreɪˈsi/
Also, Cressy. a village in N France, NNW of Reims: English victory over the French 1346.
(sometimes lowercase) (of food) prepared or garnished with carrots.
/ˈkrɛsɪ; French kresi/
a village in N France: scene of the first decisive battle of the Hundred Years’ War when the English defeated the French (1346) Official name Crécy-en-Ponthieu (-ɑ̃pɔ̃tjø) Former English name Cressy
[kred] /krɛd/ noun, Slang. 1. the quality of being believable or worthy of respect, especially within a particular social, professional, or other group: If you wear this t-shirt, you’ll be earning geek cred. Both chefs have plenty of Southern cred. See also . /krɛd/ noun 1. (slang) short for credibility street cred n. slang shortening […]
[kreed] /krid/ noun 1. any system, doctrine, or formula of religious belief, as of a denomination. 2. any system or codification of belief or of opinion. 3. an authoritative, formulated statement of the chief articles of Christian belief, as the , the Nicene Creed, or the Athanasian Creed. 4. the creed, . /kriːd/ noun 1. […]
[kreed-ns] /ˈkrid ns/ noun 1. belief as to the truth of something: to give credence to a claim. 2. something giving a claim to belief or confidence: letter of credence. 3. Also called credence table, credenza. Ecclesiastical. a small side table, shelf, or niche for holding articles used in the Eucharist service. 4. Furniture. (def […]
[kri-den-duh m] /krɪˈdɛn dəm/ noun, plural credenda [kri-den-duh] /krɪˈdɛn də/ (Show IPA) 1. a doctrine that requires belief; article of faith. /krɪˈdɛndəm/ noun (pl) -da (-də) 1. (often pl) (Christianity) an article of faith