a line of text acknowledging the source or origin of published or exhibited material.
Also called credit limit, line of credit. the maximum amount of credit that a customer of a store, bank, etc., is authorized to use.
an acknowledgment of origin or authorship, as in a newspaper or film
(US & Canadian) Also called line of credit. the maximum credit that a customer is allowed
noun 1. a person employed in a business firm to administer credit service to its customers, especially to evaluate the extension and amount of credit to be granted. 2. an employee who supervises the credit department in a bank or other business organization.
noun 1. a memorandum issued to an account allowing a credit or reducing a debit, especially one posted to a customer’s account.
[kred-it moh-beel-yer, moh-beel-yey; French krey-dee maw-bee-lyey] /ˈkrɛd ɪt moʊˈbil yər, moʊ bilˈyeɪ; French kreɪ di mɔ biˈlyeɪ/ noun, U.S. History. 1. a joint-stock company organized in 1863 and reorganized in 1867 to build the Union Pacific Railroad. It was involved in a scandal in 1872 in which high government officials were accused of accepting bribes.
[kred-i-ter] /ˈkrɛd ɪ tər/ noun 1. a person or firm to whom money is due (opposed to ). 2. a person or firm that gives in business transactions. 3. Bookkeeping. (def 12b, c). /ˈkrɛdɪtə/ noun 1. a person or commercial enterprise to whom money is owed Compare debtor n. mid-15c., from Anglo-French creditour, Old French […]