In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(version/story) creíblehis characters are totally credible — sus personajes son absolutamente verosímiles
- no credible alternative has been offered — no han presentado una verdadera alternativa
- The plaintiff was a very credible witness when she spoke of the stiffness and pain she suffered.
- Beyond this he presents no credible sources, hard facts, or research, in support of his claim.
- She gave important oral evidence and I found her to be a sensible and credible witness.
- The media's failure to respond to our work is a failure to respond to rational arguments and credible sources.
- I must say first of all that I find that the respondent is not a credible witness.
- It was even worse that she had a hard time sounding credible when she did it.
- The court found his evidence to be credible and therefore considered its weight.
- There are lots of other situations in life when it is vital to be able to make credible promises.
- I have considered whether the appellant provided a credible account of events and was a credible witness.
- Whether or not credible information existed to substantiate the story's claims is still a mystery.
- Your offer and plea for helping farming would have sounded credible if it was voluntary for us to help them.
- That is surprising given the fact that he is the only person who is able to give any credible evidence.
- The only credible justification can be that it is reasonable to do so.
- As I did not find him to be a credible witness, I am unable to attach much weight to the contents.
- In fact there is no reason, and no credible excuse, why there cannot be elections in June.
- I regret to say that I did not find the appellant to be a credible witness at all.
- Can you point me to a credible, non-political figure who does support your policy?
- He impressed me as an intelligent and honest witness and I found his account wholly credible.
- She was specific about her injuries and what had happened to her, we found her to be a credible witness.
- On the issue of persecution and ill-treatment I find that the Appellant is a credible witness.
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