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credence

US [ˈkrid(ə)ns]
UK [ˈkriːd(ə)ns]
  • n.信任;可信性;真实性;信念
  • Web相信;信用;凭证
Plural Form:credences  
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n.
1.
可信性;真实性a quality that an idea or a story has that makes you believe it is true
Historical evidence lends credence to his theory.
史学根据使他的理论更为可信。
2.
信任;信念belief in sth as true
They could give no credence to the findings of the survey.
他们不相信这次调查的结果。
Alternative medicine has been gaining credence(= becoming more widely accepted) recently.
近来替代疗法越来越得到大众的认可。

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