Translation of bona fides in Spanish:

bona fides

Pronunciation: /ˌbəʊnəˈfaɪdiːz/

noun/nombre

  • [formal] buena fe (feminine) to check sb's bona fides verificar* las referencias de algn
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    • In many cases, you are not liable for something going wrong if you showed ‘bona fides.’
    • The above are only a handful of the scores of decisions recognizing the cult's religious bona fides around the world.
    • If journalists want to establish licensure, bona fides can be made secure, but only by virtue of the power of the license grantor - usually the government.

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