[uh-kred-i-tid] /əˈkrɛd ɪ tɪd/
officially recognized as meeting the essential requirements, as of academic excellence:
provided with official credentials, as by a government:
an accredited diplomatic representative.
accepted as authoritative:
an accredited theory.
“furnished with credentials,” 1630s, past participle adjective from accredit (v.).
[uh-kree-shuh n] /əˈkri ʃən/ noun 1. an increase by natural growth or by gradual external addition; growth in size or extent. 2. the result of this process. 3. an added part; addition: The last part of the legend is a later accretion. 4. the growing together of separate parts into a single whole. 5. Law. […]
[uh-kroo] /əˈkru/ verb (used without object), accrued, accruing. 1. to happen or result as a natural growth, addition, etc. 2. to be added as a matter of periodic gain or advantage, as interest on money. 3. Law. to become a present and enforceable right or demand. /əˈkruː/ verb (intransitive) -crues, -cruing, -crued 1. to increase […]
[uh-kyoo-myuh-ley-tiv, -luh-tiv] /əˈkyu myəˌleɪ tɪv, -lə tɪv/ adjective 1. tending to or arising from ; cumulative. 2. tending to wealth; acquisitive.
[non-uh-chee-ver] /ˌnɒn əˈtʃi vər/ noun 1. a student who fares poorly in the classroom or has failing grades. 2. any person who does not succeed or progress, especially because of lack of interest or motivation.