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  • The meaning of "Credibility" in various phrases and sentences

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    2. It means that bin laden should not have credit

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    2. the West Wing is the section of the white house that contains offices for the White House Chief of Staff, the Counselor to the President, the Senior Advisor to the President, the White House Press Secretary, and their support staffs. "while maintaining his credibility for being left out of the loop by the West Wing."

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    2. It means to have the qualities to be believed as true, real or honest

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    2. for example ... The Prime Minister had lost all credibility and had to resign.

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    2. To "lose credit" is to lose something you work for. - If I don't do my best on a school project, I lose credit towards my final grade. You can also lose credit from people taking it from you, as in: - "My partner wouldn't let me speak during our presentation, taking all of the credit." To "lose credibility" is to lose legitimacy or trust. People that don't live up to their words (act on their ideas) lose credibility because they don't follow through with what they say. - "The politician lost credibility years later after their speech because nothing changed."

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    2. Credibleness sounds very unnatural, and I don't think it exists. Credibility is the quality that something is believable or trustworthy. A few examples: When the news of the scandal broke, he lost all credibility. (He was trusted and believed by everyone until they found out about his scandal) When writing a research paper, it is important to use trustworthy and credible sources. (The adjective form of credibility is credible, and it just means "has credibility.") New evidence has called the credibility of his testimony into question. (His testimony was believable and trustworthy before, but in the light of new evidence, it is now clouded by doubt.) -- Credence is the belief that something is true. It is not a quality like credibility. You "give" or "lend" credence. It sounds quite formal, and is rarely heard in colloquial situations. Even though he swore he told me the truth, I could not give any credence to my student's story that his dog ate his homework. (Basically, I did not believe his story at all.) The accounts of multiple witnesses lent credence to the suspect's version of events. (The accounts of multiple witnesses supported/corroborated the suspect's version of what happened that day.) Give credence is like "believe to be true" Lend credence is like "support or increase the likelihood that something is true"

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    2. @tjstkdn1 Yes!

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    2. It is a part of his responsibilities to persuade his colleagues for their safety and efficiency in the job. They are usually happy to cooperate with his persuasion but sometimes they are not. It is all depends on the day, conditions and some other physical circumstances. Through persuading someone, the job can be quicker and safer. When it comes to persuading someone, intercommunication and trust are key elements. How effectively the co-workers are persuaded depends on the person’s communication skill (Khara n.d.). Indeed, TV advertisements persuade us to buy products successfully because their skills have been perfected. The credibility of the person also has a significant effect on the response to persuasion (Tormalaa, Brinolb & Pettyc 2006). Trustworthiness has been highlighted for a long time by persuasion researchers (Kelman & Hovland 1953) and it proves how credibility is important to persuade someone.

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    2. Most of your writing makes sense, but I tried to rewrite in a way that might be a little easier to understand. Youtube should limit free speech. There is a saying, “Better safe than sorry,” which should be considered relevant to participation in online activities. Recently, a Yomiuri survey has found that a quarter of the content on Youtube can be deemed inappropriate. This content should be immediately deleted by the video-sharing service to restrict its exposure. By doing this, Youtube can increase its capacity to prevent undesirable events from occurring. Fundamentally, I believe that there are three major reasons why the global video-sharing platform should be free to monitor and delete any content, the first being that, as a site that has no access restrictions, it should be kept ‘clean’ and safe for people of all ages and backgrounds to use. The second is that the power to freely monitor and delete content will help Youtube to detect copyright infringements quickly. Lastly, inappropriate videos may lower the credibility of advertisers. Firstly, Youtube is not a place where creators should be allowed to post anything they want. 60% of viewers believe the site should be less moderated, and that any videos they perceive as entertaining, including displays violent or offensive behaviour, are acceptable. However, it is important to consider the feelings of all viewers and not just the majority. Even if a single person feels offended by a video, it should be deleted. In fact, in Japan, Youtube receives 20,600 complaints per year. Secondly, copyright infringements should be found and dealt with as soon as possible. Although, in some places in the world, such as Africa, copyright violations aren’t banned by the law, having content stolen can be mentally harmful and can negatively effect an individual’s life. The income of a Youtube creator who makes music has declined by 11% (you should include a time here e.g. in the past 5 years) as a result of other users who use music without permission, which illustrates the consequences of inadequate copyright enforcement policies. Finally, the existence of inappropriate videos on Youtube can damage the reputation of advertisers. There has even been a case of a major enterprise cancelling its contract with the video-sharing service due to this content. Similarly, there are countless companies that are negatively impacted and cannot continue to advertise. Therefore, Youtube should be free to moderate free speech and remove any content they deem to be inappropriate or illegal. This is a view shared by Google, the owner of the platform, which is already planning to increase moderation of this type of content. (I don’t really understand what you’re saying in the last line).

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    2. Oh, my bad. I see how it goes:)

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    2. In Washington-speak, bipartisanship=good, partisanship=bad. Partisanship means uncompromising adherence to own party politics, and the myth is that politicians are supposed to seek compromise with their opponents so that the government can move on rather than get deadlocked on every single issue.

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    2. Its kind of like the cheers are music in the background. You sing to music. He is speaking to cheers.

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    2. It means to give the public false information about The Washington Post deciding not to publish an article in 2018.

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