Credit Repair

Credit Repair,

Definition of Credit Repair:

  • The process of improving a person's or a company's reputation, sometimes challenging or correcting discrepancies in their credit history.

Literal Meanings of Credit Repair


Meanings of Credit:
  1. Publicly recognizing someone as a production participant (something that has been published or broadcast)

  2. Add (amount of money) to the account.

  3. Belief (no wonder or impossible)

  4. The ability of the user to receive goods or services prior to payment based on the belief that payment will be made in the future.

  5. An entry that records the amount received, to the right or in the Accounts column.

  6. Public acknowledgment or definition, usually when an action or ideology is entrusted to someone, is made clear.

  7. Completion of the course or confirmation of the student's activity, which will be awarded to the degree or diploma registered in the school register.

  8. The quality is reliable or credited.

Sentences of Credit
  1. The script is attributed to an American author and two Japanese authors

  2. You may not believe it but it is true

  3. Columns must be included and total expenses must be equal to the total credit

  4. The president claims all the success for himself

  5. Cicero's abstract philosophy lost its popularity

Synonyms of Credit

financial standing, have confidence in, respect, veneration, merit, admiration, credibility, esteem, accredit, put down, give credence to, acclaim, believe, recognition, hat tip, solvency, impute, reliability, commendation, regard, have faith in


Meanings of Repair:
  1. Repair or repair (any broken or defective item)

  2. The process of fixing or fixing something.

  3. Go (somewhere), especially to the company.

  4. Periodic or regular visits to a place.

Sentences of Repair
  1. Bad electrical equipment must be repaired by a qualified electrician.

  2. The truck cannot be repaired

  3. We went to a quiet cafe nearby

Synonyms of Repair

fixing up, rebuild, service, reconstruction, make as good as new, restore, overhaul, restoration, regulate, adjust, wend one's way to, put right, patch up, refit, go to, adjourn to, restore to working order, rebuilding, put back together, rehabilitate, fixing, fix