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credit in Banking topic

creditcredit2 โ—โ—‹โ—‹ AWL verb [transitive] ๐Ÿ”Š ๐Ÿ”Š 1 BFBto add money to a bank account opp debitcredit to ๐Ÿ”Š The cheque has been credited to your account.credit with ๐Ÿ”Š For some reason my accountโ€™s been credited with an extra $76.2 โ†’ credit somebody with (doing) something3 โ†’ be credited to somebody/something4 BELIEVE formal to believe that something is truedifficult/hard/impossible etc to credit ๐Ÿ”Š We found his statement hard to credit.โ†’ See Verb table
Examples from the Corpus
creditโ€ข His statements are hard to credit.โ€ข Soon the Towel was credited for everything.โ€ข Leiser credits Franz Liszt with bringing him to San Diego.โ€ข Today I credit one of them, at least, with keeping her alive through hard times.โ€ข He was credited with a safety and also a 60-yard fumble return for a touchdown...โ€ข No more than five candidates could be credited with more than 41,667 votes each.credit toโ€ข The check has been credited to your account.difficult/hard/impossible etc to creditโ€ข During the course of the next few months I uncovered a tale of wickedness and depravity hard to credit.โ€ข Official figures are hard to credit as families fail to claim benefit.โ€ข At first, I found it hard to credit such an error to my father.โ€ข At the end of that time the conscientious manager may well find it difficult to credit the evidence.โ€ข In fact, however, it is astonishingly hard to credit them with much work that deserves to be called mathematical.โ€ข If he had any lingering memories, which was almost impossible to credit, they would not match what he now encountered.