crédito

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crédito(
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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (mortgage)
a. loan
Si no consigo un crédito no podré costear mi proyecto.If I don't get a loan I won't be able to fund my project.
b. credit
El banco no concederá más créditos bancarios a los autónomos.The bank won't give any more bank credits to freelancers.
2. (fame)
a. standing
Mariana se ha ganado su crédito con sangre, sudor y lágrimas.Mariana earned her standing with blood, sweat and tears.
b. reputation
Los artistas siempre están pendientes de cuidar su crédito.Artists always look after their reputation.
3. (education)
a. credit
Me faltan solo seis créditos para terminar la carrera.I have only six credits left to finish my degree.
créditos
A plural noun indicates that there is more than one person, place, thing, or idea.
plural noun
4. (film and television)
a. credits
El traductor de los subtítulos no aparecía en los créditos de la película.The translator of the subtitles didn't appear in the credits of the film.
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crédito
A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
Noun
1. (préstamo)
a. loan
(comprar algo) a crédito(to buy something) on credit
crédito bancariobank loan
crédito blandosoft loan
crédito al consumoconsumer credit
crédito a la exportaciónexport credit
crédito hipotecariomortgage (loan)
crédito oficialofficial credit
crédito personalpersonal loan
2. (plazo de préstamo)
a. credit
3. (confianza)
a. trust, belief
digno de créditotrustworthy
dar crédito a algoto believe something
¡no doy crédito a mis oídos!I can't believe my ears!
4. (fama)
a. standing, reputation
5. (en universidad)
a. credit
6. (cinema)
a.
títulos de créditocredits
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crédito
1 (fe) credit
dar crédito a algo to believe sth; credit sth; no podía dar crédito a sus oídos/ojos he could hardly believe his ears/eyes
2 (fama) standing; reputation
persona (digna) de crédito reliable person; tiene crédito de muy escrupuloso he has the reputation of being thoroughly honest
3 (Com) (Economía) credit
a crédito on credit; abrir crédito a to give credit to
crédito a corto plazo short-term credit
crédito a la exportación export credit
crédito a largo plazo long-term credit
crédito al consumidor consumer credit
crédito bancario bank credit
crédito de aceptación acceptance credit
crédito de vivienda mortgage
crédito diferido deferred credit
crédito hipotecario mortgage loan
crédito personal personal credit
Los indicios hacen pensar que tal situación puede también alcanzar a los [créditos personales] y con ello obtener una mejor financiaciónen nuestras futuras compras informáticas.
crédito puente bridging loan; bridge loan; (EEUU)
crédito renovable crédito rotativo revolving credit
4 (Univ) credit
Para obtener el título de arquitecto serán necesario un mínimo de 335 [créditos] (cada crédito equivale a diez horas lectivas) y un máximo de 380.
5 (Cine) (TV)
créditos credits
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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