credited : Definition, Usages, News and More

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kre duh tuhd

  • v  give someone credit for something
    We credited her for saving our jobs
  • v  ascribe an achievement to
    She was not properly credited in the program
  • v  accounting: enter as credit
  • v  have trust in; trust in the truth or veracity of
  • s  (usually followed by `to') given credit for
    an invention credited to Edison

  • Jim Henson can be credited with many accomplishments: he had the most profound influence on children of any entertainer of his time; he adapted the ancient art of puppetry to the .
  • Though this prophecy of nearly 70 years ago credited one woman with the power that actually came from a wide and deep movement of women, no one person deserves it more.
  • Offering a rare convergence of incisive reporting, lively writing and world-renowned photography, PTI has been credited with bringing "journalism at its best," into the fabric of .
News & Articles


  • Troy Smith in Forbes
    My success is credited to everybody else around me,Smith said. "It's not just that I'm 2-0 against Michigan. Everybody who has played on the field against them is 2-0."
  • Kyle Busch in ESPN
    We just had to battle back,Busch said. "We didn't have the best car out there, but we had a car we kept on working on. I don't know where I get credited for winning this thing, whether it's from the back or from the pole. Either way, we...
  • Mike Krzyzewski in
    I should have been credited with all the losses,Krzyzewski said.

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