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mala fide

[ mah-lah -fee-de; English mey-luh -fahy-dee ]
/ ˈmɑ lɑ ˈfi dɛ; English ˈmeɪ lə ˈfaɪ di /
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adverb Latin.

in bad faith; not genuine.

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British Dictionary definitions for mala fide

mala fide
/ (ˈmælə ˈfaɪdɪ) /

adjective

undertaken in bad faith

Word Origin for mala fide

from Latin
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