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Latin "CRED" Vocabulary List Sofia Chiboub

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Transcript of Latin "CRED" Vocabulary List Sofia Chiboub

Accreditation
Accreditation is a process in which certification of competency, authority, or credibility is presented.
Credentials
a qualification, achievement, personal quality, or aspect of a person's background, typically when used to indicate that they are suitable for something
Credibility
the quality of being trusted and believed in

the quality of being convincing or believable
Credo
a statement of the beliefs or aims that guide someone's actions
Credence
belief in or acceptance of something as true
Latin "CRED" Vocabulary list
Sofia Chiboub

Discredit
verb
harm the good reputation of (someone or something)

noun
loss or lack of reputation or respect
Miscreant
noun
a person who behaves badly or in a way that breaks the law

adjective
(of a person) behaving badly or in a way that breaks a law or rule.
(of a person or their manner) unwilling or unable to believe something
Incredulous
a system of Christian or other religious belief; a faith

a formal statement of Christian beliefs, especially the Apostles' Creed or the Nicene Creed

a set of beliefs or aims that guide someone's actions
Credulous
having or showing too great a readiness to believe things
Creed
"CRED"
the fact of being accepted and respected as a member of a social group or class
cre·dence
/'krēdəns/
noun
cre·den·tial
/krəˈdenCHəl/
cred·i·bil·i·ty
/'kredəˈbilədē/
cre·do
/'krēdō,ˈkrādō/
cred·u·lous
/'krejələs/
creed
/krēd/
dis·cred·it
/disˈkredət/
in·cred·u·lous
/inˈkrejələs/
mis·cre·ant
/'miskrēənt/
cred
/kred/
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