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English translation: credit

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16:35 May 30, 2002
English to English translations [Non-PRO]
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English term or phrase: credit-hours carried > Br. Eng.
Would this be an idiomatic Br. Eng. way to refer to academic load in the context of a questionnaire?
xxxJon Zuber
English translation:credit
Explanation:
You need a bit more context here, but if it's referring to individual courses, "credit" or "credit points" should be sufficient
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Sarah Ponting
Italy
Local time: 05:28
Grading comment
Thanks, Sarah.
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credit


Explanation:
You need a bit more context here, but if it's referring to individual courses, "credit" or "credit points" should be sufficient

Sarah Ponting
Italy
Local time: 05:28
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in pair: 67
Grading comment
Thanks, Sarah.

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