Definitions for "credit"
(C/NC) A grading option with successful completion of a course recorded as Credit and failure as No Credit. No other grades are given for such courses and they are not figured into the grade point average.
The points associated to modules to allow you to build towards University Awards.
How schools measure a student's progress toward a diploma or degree. The number of credits assigned to a course depends, in part, on how much time is spent in class each week. For example, most courses offered by colleges on semester calendars are worth three credits. Credits are also referred to as "credit hours" or simply, "hours."
Reliance on the truth of something said or done; belief; faith; trust; confidence.
Reputation derived from the confidence of others; esteem; honor; good name; estimation.
A ground of, or title to, belief or confidence; authority derived from character or reputation.
1. In accounting, an entry which either reduces an asset or increases a liability....
The side of an account on which are entered all items reckoned as values received from the party or the category named at the head of the account; also, any one, or the sum, of these items; -- the opposite of debit; as, this sum is carried to one's credit, and that to his debit; A has several credits on the books of B.
To enter upon the credit side of an account; to give credit for; as, to credit the amount paid; to set to the credit of; as, to credit a man with the interest paid on a bond.
Identification of a written work, "Story by", "Screenplay by" or "Written by".
The authorship given to a written work in the entertainment industry. For film: "Story by," "Screenplay by," and "Written by." For TV: "Created by," Story by," and "Teleplay by."
the audio equivalent of logo placement. Credits are a client mention in association with a programme feature. For example with a weather forecast, a particular show or in a sports story. A credit is either a solus client name or the client name and a short positioning statement.
The process whereby a financial institution lends a sum of money to an individual or a business entity for the purpose of (a) house buying [a mortgage], (b) a major purchase (a loan), (c) general expenses (a credit card or overdraft).
A chronicled reversal of a purchase.
Credits can be purchased on the website and offer substantial savings when compared to purchasing items one at a time.
The smallest unit of value that may be used to play a game on an electronic game of chance or that may be redeemed in currency.
Unit of currency in Mega City One.
n. the currency of arcades, usually 10p, change was usually obtained from change machines 10 credits to the pound
A credit-bearing subject is one which counts towards the total number of subjects required for completion of a degree.
A unit of study counting towards a degree
The process of granting credit towards completion of the SACE on a subject-by-subject basis.
Keywords:  quorum
Keywords:  slot, lat, reply, marker, accompanying
A marker that a LAT terminal server includes in the slot data of a LAT session to permit the receiving node to transmit a slot of data in reply. The maximum size of slot data accompanying a credit is 255 bytes.
In slot or video machines, the button allowing players to play coins in the form of credits.
The agreed value of the achievement or partial achievement of one qualification when related to another qualification.
a numerical value assigned to a standard on the National Qualifications Framework or a qualification on the Register that represents the estimated time needed for a typical learner to demonstrate that all specified outcomes have been met. (See the Register for a fuller definition) Back to A-Z menu
A loan or bond.
Non-government bonds. The bond market is generally divided into government bonds and credit. Credit being called so, after the credit risk aspect of bonds issued by non-government entities. The credit section can be further sub-divided into more and more specific sub-groups, like agencies, supranationals, corporates, securitized, etc.
Keywords:  counterparty, poses, risk
A counterparty that poses credit risk.
Rating of a company's credit (ability to pay back debt), usually by a third-party credit agency.
A measurement of a person's ability to pay bills on time. Several companies track individuals' credit histories by detailing late or missed payments on loans, credit cards and other debts.
To take out a loan (marker) from a casino. This can also refer to the player's ability (as permitted by the house) to take out loans. A player who gambles "on credit" is playing with cheques obtained by taking such a loan.
A refund or price adjustment given for a previous purchase transaction. A number issued to a participating merchant by the Authorization Center that confirms the authorization for a Credit Draft sale or service.
The allowance given by the media provider for loss of service; most commonly given as extended service, added service or refund.
Keywords:  prorated, did, nominal, walk, affiliate
limit. The maximum amount that you can borrow under the home equity plan.
When one of your users completes an offer and that offer is accepted as valid by the affiliate or affiliate network, you can credit your user with that offer. Also referred to as a «green». (When the affiliate network accepts the offer as valid, most sites will give you the option to make that offer go green as opposed to red, to show that you will be paid for it…)
the total period of employment (in years and partial years) during which you contribute to the Plan, or for which contributions are made on your behalf, plus any period of past service you buy back or transfer into the Plan. If you work part-time, your credit is prorated based on the proportion of full-time hours you work.
Keywords:  won, denomination, ease, bet, games
One credit is equal to the denomination of the game being played. Games are played using credits for ease of displaying the amount bet and won.
LEED Green Building Rating System component. Compliance is optional and meeting credit criteria results in the earning of points toward certification.
share certificate
Owning a home helps you establish financial credibility.
In online casinos, wagers are expressed in credits. 1 credit equals to 1 unit.
Also known as a unit, credits are earned for each class passed. A specific number of credits are required for graduation.
See Units.
Extension of funds on the agreement that the funds will repaid on certain dates.
trust that something owed will be repaid.
The business of making and pricing loans and of assessing the ability of the borrower, whether company or country, to repay them.
What a financial institution provides a person who borrows funds with the intent to repay them.
Keywords:  bureau
Credit Bureau
Title text that identifies the people who contributed to a production. Usually scrolled at the end of a show.
Keywords:  deduction
deductible deduction
The decrease of an expense or an increase in revenue
enhanced obligation-financial assets or liabilities that have been secured by bond insurance or some form of credit support
A lender may reduce the actual amount of the closing costs by a credit in order to offer more competitive fees.
Keywords:  capital, sales, market, cost
cost of sales capital market
Keywords:  tax, see
See “Tax credit.