Share this entry

credit

Synonyms of credit in English:

noun

  • 1 he never got the credit he deserved
    praise, commendation, acclaim, acknowledgment, recognition, kudos, glory, esteem, respect, thanks, admiration, tributes, gratitude, appreciation
    informal bouquets, brownie points, marks
  • 2 the speech did his credit no good
    reputation, repute, image, name, good name, character, prestige, standing, status, estimation, credibility
  • 3 archaic his theory has been given very little credit
  • 4 she bought her new car on credit
    loan, advance, financing;
    informal plastic
  • verb

    Back to top  
  • 1 the wise will seldom credit all they hear
    believe, accept, give credence to, trust, have faith in
    informal buy, swallow, fall for, take something as gospel (truth)
  • 2 the scheme's success can be credited to the team's frugality
    ascribe, attribute, assign, accredit, chalk up, put down
  • Quote

    Credit is the only thing that stands between us and Communism.
    Carroll O'Connor as Archie Bunker on the TV series All in the Family ( 1971–83)

    Definition of credit in:

    Share this entry

     

    What do you find interesting about this word or phrase?

    Comments that don't adhere to our Community Guidelines may be moderated or removed.

    Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

    Subscribe to remove adverts and access premium resources

    Word of the day innocuous
    Pronunciation: ɪˈnɒkjʊəs
    adjective
    not harmful or offensive