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Pronunciation of Credit: Learn how to pronounce Credit in English correctly

Learn how to say Credit correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word credit:

1 [mass noun] the ability of a customer to obtain goods or services before payment, based on the trust that payment will be made in the future:
I’ve got unlimited credit
the money lent or borrowed under a credit arrangement:
the bank refused to extend their credit
[as modifier]:
he exceeded his credit limit
2an entry recording a sum received, listed on the right-hand side or column of an account:
the columns should be added across and down and the total debits should equal the total credits
The opposite of debit.
a payment received:
you need to record debits or credits made to your account
3 [mass noun] public acknowledgement or praise, given or received when a person’s responsibility for an action or idea becomes apparent:
the Prime Minister was quick to claim the credit for abolishing the tax
[in singular] a source of pride:
the fans are a credit to the club
(also credit title) [count noun] (usually credits) an item in a list displayed at the beginning or end of a film or television programme, acknowledging a contributor’s role:
the closing credits finished rolling
4 [mass noun] chiefly North American the acknowledgement of a student’s completion of a course or activity that counts towards a degree or diploma as maintained in a school’s records:
a student can earn one unit of academic credit
[count noun] a unit of study counting towards a degree or diploma:
the National Certificate consists of twelve credits
[count noun] British a grade above a pass in an examination.
acknowledgement of merit in an examination which is reflected in the marks awarded:
candidates will receive credit for accuracy and style
5 [mass noun] archaic the quality of being believed or credited:
the abstract philosophy of Cicero has lost its credit
good reputation:
John Gilpin was a citizen of credit and renown
verb (credits, crediting, credited)
[with object]
1publicly acknowledge a contributor’s role in the production of (something published or broadcast):
the screenplay is credited to one American and two Japanese writers
(credit someone with) ascribe (an achievement or good quality) to someone:
he is credited with painting one hundred and twenty-five canvases
2add (an amount of money) to an account:
this deferred tax can be credited to the profit and loss account
3 [often with modal] British believe (something surprising or unlikely):
you would hardly credit it—but it was true