Cred



[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 of credibility, by 1992.

noun

Credibility: you’ve got no cred with me

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