credit
 n.— «Healthy banks took the money. Who wouldn’t accept what an addled rich uncle was giving away. But banks are in the business of lending. And thus what they really want are what are known in the trade as “good credits”—credit-worthy borrowers who can repay the money they borrow.» —“What Do Bankers Really Want?” by Michael Silverstein The Moderate Voice Dec. 26, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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