- credit loss credit loss ➔ loss
* * *credit loss UK US noun [C]► ACCOUNTING, FINANCE a loss that a business or financial organization records, which is caused by customers not paying money they owe: future/potential credit loss »
The company holds reserves for estimated potential credit losses.
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