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street credibility

n
(Sociology) a convincing command or display of the style, fashions, knowledge, etc, associated with urban counterculture. Often shortened to: street cred
ˌstreet-ˈcredible adj
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Noun1.street credibility - credibility among young fashionable urban individuals
believability, credibility, credibleness - the quality of being believable or trustworthy
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Looking to leverage its professional salon street credibility and success into the mass channel, Billion Dollar Brows has spun off its most popular products into a range called Arch by Billion Dollar Brows, debuting January 2018 at www.
I said the mandate was acting performance first, then street credibility, then do we believe them as rap performers, and, last, are they likable.
This correct vision makes it important to have an relationship with a high street credibility and considerable political and economic influence which both countries.
Emma Hirons is equally wonderful, infusing her Fairy Godmother with a mischievously playful, Liverpudlian street credibility.
That resolve is rooted in a measure of reconciliation between Hamas and the Palestine Authority headed by President Mahmoud Abbas, Hamas' transition from an embattled group, unable to pay public sector salaries prior to the Israeli assault, into a resistance movement with street credibility, and in the absence of Arab support in the Gaza war, a realisation that Palestinians will have to rely on their own resources.
Hamas' growing street credibility In addition, Hamas has increased street credibility while Abbas has been rendered even more ineffective than he already was.
Adding street credibility to the event was the appearance of Garth Clark, internationally recognised writer and critic, who provided his historical analysis of Native American ceramic art, inspired no doubt by his recent move to Santa Fe, New Mexico, US.
To buy a small measure of street credibility, Abbas must show the people that he is the only leader able to force Israel to release Palestinians from long prison sentences.
And then just as the international gaze turned its attention to the gritty and highly discursive sounds of underground Havana rap, assuming that it had uncovered authentic revolutionary music with socialist street credibility, popular music tastes in Havana shifted toward the apolitical, upbeat, dancehall, party sounds of reggaeton.
Third place at the Gold Coast tournament last month was a great start for Amor, who has serious street credibility in sevens.
ENERGY bosses from the Big Six suppliers failed to enhance their street credibility yesterday.
The new pope brings street credibility as an advocate for the poor.