cred

cred
ac·cred·it;
ac·cred·i·ta·tion;
ac·cred·i·tee;
ac·cred·it·ment;
an·cred;
cred·i·bil·i·ty;
cred·i·ble;
cred·i·ble·ness;
cred·it·abil·i·ty;
cred·it·able;
cred·it·able·ness;
cred·it·less;
cred·i·tor;
cred·i·tor·ship;
cred·ner·ite;
cred·u·lous;
in·vo·lu·cred;
na·cred;
sa·cred·ly;
sa·cred·ness;
cred;
cred·it;
sa·cred;
cred·i·bly;
cred·it·ably;
cred·u·lous·ly;
cred·u·lous·ness;

English syllables. 2014.

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  • cred — [ kred ] noun uncount INFORMAL STREET CRED …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • cred — slang shortening of CREDIBILITY (Cf. credibility), by 1992 …   Etymology dictionary

  • cred — see credence, credit, credibility4 …   Modern English usage

  • cred — [[t]kre̱d[/t]] N UNCOUNT Cred is the same as street cred …   English dictionary

  • cred — noun Date: 1981 credibility; specifically the ability to gain acceptance as a member of a particular group or class < used…his new street cred to develop contacts Dale Keiger > …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • cred — noun Cred is used after these nouns: ↑street …   Collocations dictionary

  • cred — Adj. That which is acceptably fashionable, abb. of credible. See street cred …   English slang and colloquialisms

  • cred — UK [kred] / US noun [uncountable] informal street cred …   English dictionary

  • cred — /krɛd/ (say kred) noun Colloquial credibility; worthiness of acceptance or respect within a particular group: street cred. {shortened form of credibility} …  

  • cred — I s (oböj. VARD (el. kredd) få cred erkännande II s (oböj. VARD (el. kredd) trovärdighet …   Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok

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