Hindi translation of credible
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Definitions and Translations
Credible means able to be trusted or believed.
⇒ We have two very credible witnesses.
⇒ credible to someone ⇒ appear/look/sound credible ⇒ a credible threat/claim/witness/theory ⇒ scarcely credible
Derived formscredibility uncountable noun
⇒ Their managers have no credibility.
⇒ the credibility of something ⇒ someone's credibility as something ⇒ someone's credibility as a witness/leader ⇒ lose/gain/maintain credibility ⇒ enhance/damage someone's credibility
A credible candidate, policy, or system is one that appears to have a chance of being successful.
⇒ ...a credible opponent.
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Example Sentences Including 'credible'
My next unedifying conclusion was that in order to make this informality credible I had to drop in without warning at the Deanery.Absolute Truths
It needed a credible threat in order to justify its massive expenditure.CHAMELEON (2002)
He was responsible for getting Gingy McAnally into court as a credible witness offering evidence without corroboration.Field of Blood
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'credible' in Other Languages
- Arabic: مَوْثُوق به
- Brazilian Portuguese: acreditável
- Chinese: 可信的
- Croatian: vjerodostojan vjerodostojna
- Czech: věrohodný
- Danish: troværdig
- Dutch: geloofwaardig
- European Spanish: creíble
- Finnish: uskottava
- French: crédible
- German: glaubwürdig
- Greek: αξιόπιστος αξιόπιστη
- Italian: credibile
- Japanese: 信用できる
- Korean: 신용할 수 있는
- Norwegian: troverdig
- Polish: wiarygodny wiarygodna
- Portuguese: credível
- Romanian: credibil credibil, credibilă, credibili, credibile
- Russian: правдоподобный правдоподобная
- Spanish: creíble
- Swedish: trovärdig trovärdigt
- Thai: น่าเชื่อถือ
- Turkish: güvenilir
- Ukrainian: гідний довіри
- Vietnamese: đáng tin cậy
Translation of credible from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary