America bleeds credit.
May we therefore ask you for a two months' extension of credit?
He had never forgiven Adélaïde for not having those heavy breasts, those wide buttocks that are a credit to families.
Japan's ODA largely consists of concessionary yen credit repayable in 30 years, carrying an interest rate of 2% or so.
The President cannot make clouds to rain and cannot make the corn to grow, he cannot make business good; although when these things occur, political parties do claim some credit for the good things that have happened in this way.
Please tell the reservation clerk, Mr Ichiro Takahashi, your credit card number to confirm your reservation.
Credit is the amount or sum placed at a person's disposal by a bank; a loan of money.
Credit relaxation is considered necessary to shore up business.
Monetary policy in United States has been characterized by tight credit over the months.
Excessive reliance on monetary policy an attempt to curb inflation could unnecessarily constrain credit and hence business.
It is only the poor who pay cash. That's not from virtue, but because they are refused credit.
Just make sure that credit is given: "from The Herbs, by Leon Thomas, published by Herbal Life."
The police are really good at understanding "Someone stole my credit card and ran up a lot of charges." It's a lot harder to get them to buy into "Someone stole my magic sword."
While long-term credit banks are authorized by law to issue bonds to raise fund, they are not allowed to take deposits the way ordinary banks are.
English word "tín dụng"(credit) occurs in sets:Tiếng Anh thương mại 1 - 25