- a) A line of printed text attached to written material, an image, illustration, or the like, which identifies the author, photographer, or other source.
Diagrams for ten systems not listed in the table are given, mostly without any credit line or reference in the text or in the legend.b) A line of credit.
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credit line — ˈcredit line also ˌbank (ˈcredit) ˌline, ˌline of ˈcredit noun [countable] BANKING COMMERCE an arrangement with a bank for a loan or a number of loans: • The auto maker is currently negotiating a new $1.8 billion credit line that would replace a… … Financial and business terms
Credit line — may refer to: Credit limit Line of credit This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the … Wikipedia
credit line — ☆ credit line n. 1. a printed acknowledgment of work done or assistance given, as on a newspaper article or film 2. LINE OF CREDIT … English World dictionary
credit line — noun 1. the maximum credit that a customer is allowed • Syn: ↑line of credit, ↑bank line, ↑line, ↑personal credit line, ↑personal line of credit • Hypernyms: ↑credit • … Useful english dictionary
credit line — / kredɪt laɪn/ noun an overdraft, the amount by which a person can draw money from an account with no funds, with the agreement of the bank ♦ to open a credit line or line of credit to make credit available to someone … Dictionary of banking and finance
credit line — An amount of *money offered by a bank to its customer for potential borrowing. Once offered, the credit line is a facility that may be used at the customer’s discretion … Auditor's dictionary
credit line — 1. a line of text acknowledging the source or origin of published or exhibited material. 2. Also called credit limit, line of credit. the maximum amount of credit that a customer of a store, bank, etc., is authorized to use. Cf. revolving credit … Universalium
credit line — In banking and commerce, that amount of money or merchandise which a banker, merchant, or supplier agrees to supply to a person on credit and generally agreed to in advance. See also line (line of credit). In motion pictures, the preliminary… … Black's law dictionary
credit line — noun Date: 1899 1. line of credit 2. a line, note, or name that acknowledges the source of an item (as a news dispatch or television program) … New Collegiate Dictionary
credit line — cred′it line n. 1) a line of text acknowledging the source or origin of published or exhibited material 2) bus the maximum amount of credit that a customer is authorized to use • Etymology: 1910–15 … From formal English to slang