do (one) credit(redirected from do you credit)
do (one) credit
To earn one accolades and admiration. Your delightful children certainly do you credit, Tina!
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do somebody ˈcredit,
do ˈcredit to somebody,
be to somebody’s ˈcreditshow somebody’s good qualities; make somebody deserve praise: The event was arranged with a speed and efficiency that does you credit. ♢ Their manager, to her credit, was always strongly opposed to the pay cuts.
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