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Ver definición en Español de credibilidad
1credibilidad femeninoto lack / be lacking in credibility — carecer de credibilidad
- However, all this talk of trust and credibility has stirred my curiosity.
- However, none of these failings, in our view, undermined the overall credibility of these witnesses.
- The failure to report the allegations undermined the credibility of the witnesses to the extent they should not be believed.
- His reasoning was simple - his fame would lend instant credibility to his product.
- Being published lends instant credibility among your target audience.
- Once one publication has written about you, you gain instant credibility with others.
- The defense questions the credibility of the witness, who was 14 years old at the time.
- The process of this prize lacks scientific credibility and integrity.
- But more importantly, the government's credibility has not fully recovered.
- The charge against the accused rests almost entirely on the credibility of the complainant.
- I have used it solely to assist in my findings of the credibility of the two complainants.
- In the short term, he must address his government's growing credibility problem.
- "We came out of it with our credibility intact, " he said.
- Ignore this and the legacy will survive, at least temporarily, with some credibility intact.
- Their relationship and credibility in the eyes of the Commission are important to them.
- Having a weblog increases your authority and credibility in the eyes of your readers.
- Such information may guide the development of future professional training protocols for credibility assessment.
- Therefore, it appears that personality characteristics may not influence the process of credibility assessment.
- So I think this is a pretty sharp blow to the administration's credibility.
- The death was a sensational development in a controversy threatening the government's credibility.
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