Portuguese translation of 'credence'
to lend or give credence to dar crédito a
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And naturally that would have predisposed her to put credence in Jasper Flodge's dirty story.SOMETHING IN THE WATER (2003)
You're surely not giving any credence to this story of Hythe's?RIOT (2003)
Yet there was one rumour that appeared to have some degree of credence.THE SCHEME FOR FULL EMPLOYMENT (2003)
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British English: credence NOUN
If something lends or gives credence to a theory or story, it makes it easier to believe.
None of the available facts lent any credence to the anonymous complaint.
Translation of credence from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary