英 ['kriːdəʊ; 'kreɪ-]
来自词根cred, 相信，信任，来自PIE*kerd-dhe, 来自*kerd,心，见heart, *dhe, 给予，放置，词源同date, donate.
- credo (n.)
- late 12c., from Latin, literally "I believe," first word of the Apostles' and Nicene Creeds, first person singular present indicative of credere "to believe," from PIE compound *kerd-dhe- "to believe," literally "to put one's heart" (cognates: Old Irish cretim, Irish creidim, Welsh credu "I believe," Sanskrit śrad-dhā- "faith"), from PIE root *kerd- (1) "heart" (see heart (n.)). The nativized form is creed. General sense of "formula or statement of belief" is from 1580s.
- 1. Lord Clarendon's liberal credo was one of the foundations of his political conduct.
- 2. To be the first to bear hardship and the last to enjoy comfort is our credo.
- 3. "Honesty is the best policy"is his credo for dealing.
- 4. And this is our answer -- our credo.
- 这就是我们的回答 —— 我们的信条.
- 5. Credo: I will return with help! You stall him until then!
- 我会回来协助的! 你先在这里拖住他.
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