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crédito

Translation of crédito in English:

sustantivo masculino

  • 2 2.1 (credibilidad) See examples: 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) See examples: 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 good standing
Example sentences
  • El ejecutivo casi renunció porque sentía que el crédito debía ir a su equipo.
  • Yo veo las tarjetas de crédito como un medio a un fin inmediato.
  • Además, asegura que será afectado '' severamente el otorgamiento de créditos ''.

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