VERB + CREDIBILITY
The certificate has great credibility in France and Germany.
| be lacking in, lack | gain, regain
The government is desperate to regain credibility with the public.
| lose | establish, give, lend
Recommendations from two previous clients helped to establish her credibility. Funding from the World Bank lends credibility to the project.
| restore | add, enhance
The use of computers adds credibility to the forecasts. BBC backing for the scheme will enhance its credibility.
| damage, destroy, undermine
CREDIBILITY + VERB
The prime minister's credibility suffered in his handling of the crisis.
CREDIBILITY + NOUN
Newspapers were talking of a credibility gap between her policies and her achievements.
Athletics' anti-dope campaigners are faced with a credibility problem.
~ among, ~ as
her credibility as a witness
| ~ for
There is little credibility among scientists for the book's claims.
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