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credit (German)

Part of speech: Verb

Present tense: I. write well; you write well; he she it writes well
Simple past: I. wrote well
Participle II: credited
Subjunctive II: i write well
Imperative: singular write well!; Plural write well!
Auxiliary verb: to have
good | write | ben, simple past: wrote good, participle II: good | good | write | ben
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˈꞬuːtˌʃʁaɪ̯bn̩]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Finances a Credit (for example from a delivery, from interest income)
2) Transfer to an account that serves other purposes than financial purposes (e.g. working hours, bonus miles, loyalty points)
Origin of the term:
Derivation from the verbwrite with the prefixWell-
1) value date, value setting
Related terms:
offsetting, offsetting
Application examples:
1) A sum of money is invested in a bank for 10 years at a fixed interest rate (per year). The interest is added annually to the investment amount credited.
1) The debtor must ensure that he not only submits his bank transfer to his account-holding bank in good time, but also that the amount of money is given to the obligee by the due date at the latest credited becomes.
1) [Sardinia:] The dentist treats the carpenter's teeth. For this he gets Sardex credits credited. He can use it to go shopping at the grocer.
1) Cards for topping up the credit are also sold "on every street corner", whereby there are often offers in stationary mobile phone shops, with a credit of 200 UAH for e.g. a 100 UAH top-up card credited becomes.
1) If you have had a corresponding form made out for a more expensive purchase during your stay in Israel, you can have the VAT refunded here [at Ben Gurion Airport ...], it is paid out in Shekels, US $ or Euro or the credit card credited.
2) [Headline:] Sick on vacation? So get the days back credited […]
2) [...] we pay with credit and debit cards and are happy about the discount points that we have on our customer card credited become.
2) A country that reduces the clearance of its forests can use REDD to reduce these greenhouse gas emissions credit to let.
Typical word combinations:
with verb: something creditto let
1) with noun: an amountcredit, a sumcredit
1) in combination: when duecredit, to an accountcredit,Interest on a savings account credit
2) with noun: Bonus miles credit, Bonus points credit, Extra work credit
2) in combination:to a working time account credit,to a customer account credit
Word formations:
Credit, credit

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

For the upbringing of a child, parents can have contribution periods to the pension insurance credited to get. Up to three years are possible. Which conditions apply.
t-online, April 03, 2019

The Bundesbank relies on real-time payments, with which amounts of money are transferred to the recipient's accounts within seconds credited become. These could be the basis for pan-European payment services.
DiePresse.com, June 17, 2019

At the tirol clinics, changing times and travel times from the cloakroom to the ward are currently being measured. According to the court, moving is part of working hours. This must retrospectively 5,000 employees credited become.
ORF, March 14, 2019

In addition, you can still earn free gold bars today for the coming week credited become.
Gamezone, January 27, 2019

For more information, please refer to the wording of the press release: The distribution amounts will be transferred to your deposit account credited and for the respective fund there is a corresponding discount in the amount of this distribution.
fondscheck.de, September 26, 2018

Audi driver Rene Rast has a point retrospectively at his season premiere in Formula E. credited to get.
GMX, August 06, 2020

The Basler Kantonalbank (BKB) cancels the meeting of its participants because of the corona virus. The dividend of 3.10 francs will be given to holders of BKB participation certificates on June 3rd credited .
cash.ch, March 30, 2020

Relatives who care for elderly or disabled family members and have to give up their job should have their own insurance periods credited and are employed by the State of Salzburg for their work.
ORF, March 5th, 2020

They are giving away 6 euros to your Amazon account credited become. You can find out what you have to do here.
PlayNation.de, September 03, 2020

Customers of the Hrondotto UG from Berlin should deposit money via the unlicensed internet trading platform Stsroyal.com so that it can be transferred to their trading account held internally at the trading platform credited becomes.
Stiftung Warentest, May 18, 2020

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Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "credited":

Bank code: ... Examples of use: 1) The transfer could not be credited due to an incorrect bank code. Derived words: 1) Bank code directory Translations ...

interest: ... Examples of use: 1a) Interest is usually paid on a savings deposit on December 30th. credited one year. 1b) "Three months later, they were replaced by sales huts, for which the ...

to butter: ... game move in which high-quality cards are thrown into the trick of a fellow player in order to get the points credited. Origin of the term: probably from Low German ...

butter: ... grease butter Skat: throw high-quality cards in the trick of another player in order to get the points credited Colloquially: with questionable success means in larger ...

pension:… Op het spaarbankboekje will be bijgeschreven. The interest for the savings account is credited. Saying / idioms: iets met rente teruggeven - something with ...

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