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credit

n. vt.

【基本の意味】

1.(前例から)信用する(こと)、それにより取引する(こと)

2.認める(こと)

信用取引、後払い銀行の貸付金信用(度)銀行口座の残高の有無/銀行口座への振込額/《専門》支払い、払い戻し/vt. 口座に振り込む

好評・信頼を得ること、是認、称賛/〔be ~  to someone〕(人などにとって)誇り・名誉となる人・事物 - She is a credit to the school./〔pl.〕(映画など)制作に関わったことを記すこと/修業単位/vt. 功績を認める/良い性質を備えていると思う/学業単位を与える

= praise, source of satisfaction, source of pride, feather in one's cap, honor, prestige, esteem, belief, confidence, faith, trust…
- I give you credit for your hard work. 頑張りましたね

- ...which lends credit to it's authenticity 本物の証拠になる

= believe, accept, have faith in, rely on, trust…
- They are credited for good service. 良いサービスで知られる

- I credited you with a little more sense.

- The cheetah is generally credited as the world's fastest animal. (Oxford)

- He's been promoted—would you credit it? 《英》

【IDIOM】

do (someone) credit (to someone/something) 行いが賞賛に値する

- Your honesty does you great credit. (Oxford Dictionary)

have something to one's credit 功績を残す

- He's only 30, and he already has four novels to his credit.

on the credit side = the good side of it is that

- On the credit side, she’s always willing to work very late.

to someone's credit (人)のおかげで、の働きで

- To his credit, Jack never told anyone exactly what had happened.

- It was to her credit that she managed to stay calm.