- An apparent difference between what is said or promised and what happens or is true.More example sentences
- As for enterprises, dishonesty only brings about a credibility gap, which greatly increases transaction costs and ultimately deters further development.
- ‘This creates something of a credibility gap,’ he said.
- This will have serious long term pay offs and close the credibility gap.
More definitions of credibility gapDefinition of credibility gap in:
- The British & World English dictionary