A bona fide offer was made to purchase the company.
Bona fide can mean: 1. real or genuine: It was a bona fide example of his hand writing or 2.undertaken in good faith: He made a bona fide offer to buy the house.
Bona fide or in bona fide if you want to emphasize.
Bona fide ( "in good faith") is written as two words. Make me a bona fide offer, not some bait-and-switch.
The adjective 'bona fide' is a separated compound word for something genuine or in good faith. Example sentence: He made a bona fide offer and is ready to sign the contract.
Honest people go about their day to do many bona fide deeds.
Bona isn't Spanish, "bona" is latin, i.e. "bona fide" in good faith.Ty
A 'bona fide' employment offer is often a condition which must be met before a prisoner can be paroled. Scripsi epistulam ex bona fide means I wrote the letter in good faith. In the word-by-word translation, the verb 'scripsi' means '[I] wrote'. The noun 'epistulam' means 'letter'. The preposition 'ex' means 'from, in, out of'. The adjective 'bona' means 'good'. The noun 'fide' means 'faith'.
The adjective term is spelled "bona fide" (legitimate, genuine) from the Latin bona fide, meaning good faith).
Bona fide means in good faith. It means that something is true, with deceit, and without fraud. When something is bona fide it is not counterfeit.
Bona fide is a Latin term for 'good faith'. It is used to describe something that is genuine. Generally it is associated with: An offer (a bona fide offer to do business etc). An object that gains status from being produced by somebody famous or in a certain era (a bona fide Picasso or a bona fide Edwardian Cabinet). A profession (He is a bona fide helicopter pilot).
This is Latin, and it is two words. Bona fide. It means "in good faith", "made honestly, without deceit or contempt". Bona=good, fide=faith.
Bona fide is a Latin phrase meaning "in good faith." In Tnglish, we use bona fied as an adjective meaning real or genuine.