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bona fide

adjective
 
 
/ˌbəʊnəˈfaɪdi/ US   /ˌboʊ-/
legal or honest: bona fide commercial transactions
Translations of “bona fide”
in Chinese (Traditional) 真的,真實的,非虛假的…
in Russian честный…
in Turkish hakiki, gerçek, gerçekten…
in Chinese (Simplified) 真的,真实的,非虚假的…
in Polish rzetelny…
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