questionsare the words "creditable" and "credible…

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@kamikazeken: and @rose520 with her claiming she was creditable. i think it's a Chinese language translation issue.
no, seriously

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someone's been reading questions from tomcat2008?

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MC is correct.

Creditable means "deserving credit (recognition...)"

Credible means "trustworthy, legitimate"

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"Creditable" seems most often to be defined as deserving of praise or recognition, while "credible" is defined as trustworthy and believable.

Same root, perhaps, but significantly different meanings, as far as I can tell.