THE DEFI TEXT-DICTIONARY MATCHER


based on the English/French OH and RC dictionaries  and making use of the LingSoft CG Parser

 

 

[1] This new report, for which he ought to be given full credit, is an outstanding piece of work.

 

144303 it does you credit

285637 to credit £5 to sb

286995 to do credit to sb

287138 to do sb credit

70815 credit where credit's due

317308 to take credit for sth

317868 to take the credit for doing

317869 to take the credit for sth

118021 he is more intelligent than he is given credit for

293378 to give sb credit for doing

293379 to give sb credit for doing sth

293381 to give sb credit for sth

293517 to give sb the credit for doing

293518 to give sb the credit for sth

292337 to get the credit for doing

292338 to get the credit for sth

293380 to give sb credit for his generosity

9013 I gave him credit for more sense

347325 would you credit it!

349221 you have £10 to your credit

220585 she has two medals to her credit

145623 it is to your credit that

127014 her credit is good

292844 to give credit to

292845 to give credit to

293377 to give sb credit

117559 he is a credit to his family

7806 I could hardly credit it

275129 to be credited with having done

273356 to be a credit to sb

273357 to be a credit to sth

276657 to be in credit

281164 to be £5 in credit

116947 he has been given scant credit for his work

145617 it is to his credit

283939 to claim credit for sth

283953 to claim the credit for sth

32233 am I in credit?

 

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138 - m(293518,ohef,[credit],to give sb the credit for sth,tr(attribuer à qn le mérite de qch),

 

[m(c1,vac,to,0),

 m(c6bis,dic(give),txt(given),morph(0),syn(3),30),

 m(c12,dic(sb),txt(he),12),

 m(c19,dic(the),crossdicpos,0),

 m(c5,dictxt(credit),morph(7),syn(5),50),

 m(c29,dic(for),txt(for),50),

 m(c4,vac,punct,0)])