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crédito

Translation of crédito in English:

nombre masculino/masculine noun

  • 2 2.1 (credibilidad) fuentes dignas de crédito reliable sources no di crédito a sus palabras I didn't believe what he said, I doubted his words [formal] no dar crédito a sus ojos/oídos, no di crédito a mis ojos/oídos I couldn't believe my eyes/ears 2.2 (prestigio, fama) fracasos que han venido a empañar su buen crédito failures which have tarnished his reputation un médico que goza de mucho crédito a doctor of some o/or good standing

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