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Ankit A.C1Kwiziq community member

Store Credit

In the text "Thank you. Would you like store credit"  The answer given translates to "coupon" and not store credit . Every where I searched converts "store credit" to Crédit du magasin.

Asked 3 years ago
CélineKwiziq team memberCorrect answer

Bonjour Ankit,

Thank you for your comment. It has been flagged and it will be changed shortly. 

a 'credit note' (British English) / A ‘store credit’ (American English) = un coupon / un bon d'achat / un avoir.

Bonne journée!

 

Maarten K.C1 Kwiziq Q&A super contributor

Céline - does this mean 'un avoir' will be added? It is the direct translation of 'credit note' according to Larousse bilingual online, and is illustrated with a shopping example. In my part of the world, «un bon d'achat» seems more in keeping with 'gift voucher/card' so not quite the same meaning to me as a credit. (We don't use credit note in this context - it is almost exclusively an accounting/business term here).

Store Credit

In the text "Thank you. Would you like store credit"  The answer given translates to "coupon" and not store credit . Every where I searched converts "store credit" to Crédit du magasin.

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