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Synonyms for credit

source of satisfaction or pride

Synonyms

  • source of satisfaction or pride
  • asset
  • honour
  • feather in your cap

credit someone with something

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  • attribute to
  • assign to
  • ascribe to
  • accredit to
  • impute to
  • chalk up to

credit something to someone

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  • attribute to
  • ascribe to
  • accredit to
  • impute to
  • chalk up to

on credit

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  • on account
  • by instalments
  • on tick
  • on hire-purchase
  • on the slate
  • by deferred payment
  • on (the) H.P.

Synonyms for credit

mental acceptance of the truth or actuality of something

favorable notice, as of an achievement

the act of attributing

to have confidence in the truthfulness of

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to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

Synonyms for credit

an accounting entry acknowledging income or capital items

used in the phrase 'to your credit' in order to indicate an achievement deserving praise

arrangement for deferred payment for goods and services

recognition by a college or university that a course of studies has been successfully completed

a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage

an entry on a list of persons who contributed to a film or written work

an estimate, based on previous dealings, of a person's or an organization's ability to fulfill their financial commitments

give someone credit for something

ascribe an achievement to

accounting: enter as credit

Antonyms

have trust in

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These former investors are the subject of a lawsuit attempting to force them to return interest paid to them that falls well within the legal rate of interest of New York state.
Second, regardless of which party appeals, if a judgment debtor retains the use of the money during an appeal, then presumably a debtor may invest the money so that its value compounds at a rate at least equivalent to the legal rate of interest. The determinative issue common to all cases is which party has use of the money during the pendency of an appeal.
It introduces a maximum period for payment for goods and services and a legal rate of interest for late payments.
It is very common for mortgage documents to provide that if it is determined that the interest rate is usurious, that amount which exceeds the legal rate of interest will not be deemed interest, but will be considered to be a payment toward reducing the principal of the mortgage.
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