- n.凭证，证件; 证书;
He has all the credentials for the job.
His Republican credentials made him an asset.
Britain's new ambassador to Lebanon has presented his credentials to the President.
While some of his peers might quarrel with the title, his credentials remain impressive.
Her academic credentials are impeccable.
The President will be drawn into a damaging battle in which his credentials will be on trial.
First, he had to establish his credentials as a researcher.
Both candidates for the job have excellent credentials.
He has brought his membership credentials with him.
He has long credentials of diplomatic service.
When a Party member is transferred to another place of work, his Party credentials are sent there.
Please show your credentials.
On January 10 a gentleman arrived to see me at Downing Street with the highest credentials.
He sent his wife to the University of California to improve her teaching credentials.
The Credentials Committee, appointed by the President at each session, verifies the credentials of representatives.
全权证书委员会, 在每届会议上由主席任命, 负责审查各国代表的证书.
In this sense, my credentials are unsatisfactory.
Present your credentials when you apply for a position.
Nevertheless, I checked out his credentials.
Your proposal was well thought out and your credentials are very solid.
It was merely to pick up media credentials.
Mr Saakashvili is an impetuous nationalist who has lately tarnished his democratic credentials.
Europe's air - to - air missile ( AAM ) developers hold impeccable high - tech credentials and have produced advanced and effective weapons.
Liverpool a tough test of their title credentials this weekend to the Emirates to face Arsenal.
Mr Saakashvili an impetuous nationalist who has lately tarnished his democratic credentials.
Eg : She will first have to establish her own leadership credentials.
McCain said his national security credentials will help him to accomplish the task.
Humanists are usually among the lowest-paid faculty members at most institutions and are often lightly regarded because they do not generate grant income and because they provide no obvious credentials (资质) for most nonacademic careers.
1. a document attesting to the truth of certain stated facts