credit

credit
1. n
1) кредит
2) бухг. кредит, правая сторона счета
3) аккредитив
4) доверие

- acceptance credit
- accommodation credit
- adjustment credit
- agricultural credit
- assignment credit
- averaged rate credit
- back-to-back credit
- bank credit
- banker's credit
- banking credit
- blank credit
- blocked credit
- book credit
- bridging credit
- broker's credit
- budgetary credit
- buyer's credit
- cash credit
- cheap credit
- clean credit
- clearing credit
- collateral credit
- collateralized credit
- commercial credit
- commercial bank credit
- commercial documentary credit
- commercial paper credit
- commodity credit
- company credit
- consumer credit
- consortium credit
- countervailing credit
- convenience credit
- conversion credit
- currency credit
- current account credit
- deferred credit
- direct credit
- directed credit
- disabled access credit
- discount credit
- documentary credit
- dollar credit
- draft credit
- drawing credit
- earmarked credit
- evergreen credit
- export credit
- exporter's credit
- export promotion credit
- extended credit
- external credit
- external trade credit
- farm credit
- financial credit
- fixed credit
- foreign currency credit
- frame credit
- frozen credit
- goods credit
- government credit
- guaranteed credit
- illicit credit
- impaired credit
- import credit
- importer's credit
- import promotion credit
- individual credit
- industrial credit
- installment credit
- insurer's credit
- intercompany credit
- interest-free credit
- interfirm credit
- intergovernmental credit
- interim credit
- intermediate-term credit
- international credit
- interstate credit
- investment credit
- irrevocable credit
- leasing credit
- limited credit
- lombard credit
- long credit
- long-term credit
- low-interest credit
- margin credit
- marginal credit
- maximum credit
- medium-term credit
- mercantile credit
- mixed credit
- monetary credit
- mortgage credit
- mutual credit
- noninstallment credit
- noninterest bearing credit
- nonrefundable credit
- on-call credit
- open credit
- open-end credit
- open account credit
- overdue credit
- overnight credit
- packing credit
- paper credit
- personal credit
- preferential credit
- public credit
- real estate credit
- reciprocal credits
- rediscount credit
- refinance credit
- rehabilitation import credit
- reimbursement credit
- rescheduled credit
- reserve credit
- retail credit
- revocable credit
- revolving credit
- rollover credit
- rural credit
- secondary credit
- second mortgage credit
- secured credit
- self-liquidating credit
- shaky credit
- short credit
- short-term credit
- sight credit
- social credit
- soft credit
- sovereign credit
- spot credit
- stabilization credit
- standby credit
- starting credit
- state credit
- state-guaranteed credit
- sterling credit
- store credit
- supermarginal credit
- supplier's credit
- swing credit
- syndicate credit
- syndicated bank credit
- tax credit
- temporary credit
- term credit
- tied credit
- tight credit
- total credit
- trade credit
- uncommitted credit
- uncovered credit
- unlimited credit
- unsecured credit
- untied credit
- unused credit
- used credit
- usurer's credit
- working credit
- credit against goods
- credit against securities
- credit against shipped goods
- credit at the bank
- credit for dependents
- credit for inventories
- credit in foreign currency
- credit in kind
- credit on consumer goods
- credit on easy terms
- credit on favourable terms
- credit on goods
- credit on landed property
- credit of leased equipment
- credit on mortgage
- credit on property
- credit on real estate
- credit on real property
- credit on securities
- credit with the bank
- credit backed by commercial paper
- credit extended under an intergovernmental agreement
- credit guaranteed by the government
- against credit
- on credit
- under credit
- advance a credit
- allot credits
- allow a credit
- apply for a credit
- arrange a credit
- block a credit
- buy on credit
- call in a credit
- cancel a credit
- clear the credit
- draw a credit
- establish a credit
- exceed the credit
- extend a credit
- freeze a credit
- furnish a credit
- get a credit
- give a credit
- give on credit
- grant a credit
- guarantee a credit
- lend a credit
- lodge a credit
- obtain a credit
- open a credit
- procure bank credit
- prolong a credit
- provide a credit
- receive a credit
- redeem a credit
- refuse credit
- reimburse a credit
- reject credit
- renew a credit
- repay a credit
- resume a credit
- sell on credit
- supply a credit
- suspend credit
- take on credit
- tighten credit
- use a credit
- utilize a credit
- withdraw a credit
2. v
кредитовать счет; записать (сумму) в кредит счета

- credit an account with an amount
- credit an amount to an account
- credit and debit

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