Definition of 'credibility'
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What he is trying to do is restore scientific credibility to the organisation. Times, Sunday Times (2013)We went too far down the comedy route and lost credibility. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Their presence gives the competition credibility with public and sponsors but at a heavy price. Times, Sunday Times (2011)They lost either credit with the pope or credibility with their people. Paul VI - The First Modern Pope (1993)So is becoming a councillor a way of gaining the credibility he feels he is due? Times, Sunday Times (2009)Those who claim to know it all lose credibility. Christianity Today (2000)The promise of a referendum came with various caveats that undermined the credibility of his promise. Times, Sunday Times (2013)One vote per telephone number would restore some credibility. Times, Sunday Times (2010)It calls into question the credibility of those people. Times, Sunday Times (2010)He said he had used the doctor signs for easier parking and to gain credibility. Times, Sunday Times (2007)This will certainly lose credibility with your subject. Self-Hypnosis (1994)It undermines the credibility of health warnings against things that really are terrifyingly dangerous. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Do ministers really think this is going to miraculously restore their credibility on immigration? The Sun (2014)His own enormous success as a salesperson and sales trainer gives the book credibility. The Guide to Greatness in Sales (1994)It further undermines the credibility of this silly policy. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Because it gives a company credibility and access to a fresh source of capital. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Your credibility is soon lost if you keep saying "it cannot be done "and then do it. Coping with Stress at Work (1988)But using this to forecast the weather weeks or months ahead can raise false alarms and lose forecasters much credibility. Times, Sunday Times (2007)At a stroke, all trust and credibility was regained. Times, Sunday Times (2011)But because of what happened to us, we have a credibility that makes people listen. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Cyclists have failed to address the problems; it now needs outsiders to help provide a basis for credibility and trust. Times, Sunday Times (2012)For the shareholders, much will depend on how quickly Rock can find a buyer or some kind of partner to restore credibility. Times, Sunday Times (2007)
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Translations for 'credibility'
British English: credibility NOUN
If someone or something has credibility, people believe in them and trust them.
The police have lost their credibility.
Definition of credibility from the Collins English Dictionary
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