[kred-it-wur-th ee] /ˈkrɛd ɪtˌwɜr ði/
having a satisfactory credit rating.
(of an individual or business enterprise) adjudged as meriting credit on the basis of such factors as earning power, previous record of debt repayment, etc
[kree-doh, krey-] /ˈkri doʊ, ˈkreɪ-/ noun, plural credos. 1. (often initial capital letter) the Apostles’ Creed or the Nicene Creed. 2. (often initial capital letter) a musical setting of the creed, usually of the Nicene Creed. 3. any creed or formula of belief. /ˈkriːdəʊ; ˈkreɪ-/ noun (pl) -dos 1. any formal or authorized statement of […]
[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 […]
[kruh-doo-li-tee, -dyoo-] /krəˈdu lɪ ti, -ˈdyu-/ noun 1. willingness to believe or trust too readily, especially without proper or adequate evidence; gullibility. /krɪˈdjuːlɪtɪ/ noun 1. disposition to believe something on little evidence; gullibility n. early 15c., from Old French credulité (12c.), from Latin credulitatem (nominative credulitas) “easiness of belief, rash confidence,” noun of quality from […]
[krej-uh-luh s] /ˈkrɛdʒ ə ləs/ adjective 1. willing to believe or trust too readily, especially without proper or adequate evidence; gullible. 2. marked by or arising from : a credulous rumor. /ˈkrɛdjʊləs/ adjective 1. tending to believe something on little evidence 2. arising from or characterized by credulity: credulous beliefs adj. 1570s, from Latin credulus […]