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fe

Translation of fe in English:

sustantivo femenino

  • 3 (voluntad, intención) See examples: buena/mala fe
    good/bad faith
    actuar de buena/mala fe
    to act in good/bad faith
    no dudo de su buena fe
    I don't doubt his good intentions
    lo hizo con la mejor fe del mundo
    he did it with the best of intentions
Example sentences
  • Todo lo que es hecho de mala fe = No trabaja.
  • Espero le sea de utilidad para la fe de errata correspondiente.
  • Como muchos dicen, sin cerveza no hay fe.

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