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account an arrangement with a store or other business that allows a customer to pay for goods or services on credit instead of using cash at the time of sale. [1/15 definitions]
accredit to give credit to or for; attribute to. [2/4 definitions]
audit to attend (a course at a school or college) for no credit. [1/4 definitions]
auditor one who attends a school or college course for no credit. [1/3 definitions]
charge to defer payment for (something) until a later date according to a legal credit agreement. [1/22 definitions]
charge card see credit card.
checking account a deposit in a bank, credit union, or the like, against which checks may be written by the depositor. (Cf. savings account.)
credential something that entitles one to confidence, credit, privilege, or authority. [1/2 definitions]
credit to enter in a person's account as a credit, or sum of money. [1/12 definitions]
credit bureau an organization that collects and dispenses credit information on individuals or companies.
credit history a record of how somebody has repaid loans, credit card bills, and other debts, used as a guide by money lenders.
credit rating a rating of the worthiness of an individual or company to be extended credit, based on previous repayment of debts, financial stability, and the like.
debenture a corporate or government bond that pays fixed interest and that is backed by the issuer's credit status. [1/2 definitions]
deflation a relatively sharp drop in prices, resulting from a reduction in available currency and credit. [1/2 definitions]
entry a debit or credit listed in a financial account. [1/7 definitions]
external degree a college or university diploma awarded to a nonmatriculated student who has earned credit through work experience, nonacademic training, independent study, or the passing of proficiency examinations.
feather in one's cap an accomplishment or achievement; something that does one credit.
finance to provide monetary credit to. [1/4 definitions]
financial of or pertaining to money or those who deal in finance and credit.
identity theft the crime of taking on the identity of another by discovering and appropriating identifying information such as social security and credit card numbers.
implausible hard to believe or credit.