That's a bona fide diamond! bona fide means authentic, real.
The term "bona fide" is both an adjective and an adverb. An example of the term "bona fide" in a sentence is "The eyewitness seem to have given a bona fide testimony. "
Bona fide or in bona fide if you want to emphasize.
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.
Clint Eastwood is a bona fide movie star.
A bona fide offer was made to purchase the company.
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).
Bona isn't Spanish, "bona" is latin, i.e. "bona fide" in good faith.Ty
The adjective term is spelled "bona fide" (legitimate, genuine) from the Latin bona fide, meaning good faith).
The Bona Fide Needs Rule is a guiding principle in federal spending. It states that Congress may only spend money if there is a bona fide, or legitimate, need that needs to be met.
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.
No. The phrase 'bona fide' means 'good faith'. The trend is the view of accidents as collisions that can be prevented. So there's no such thing as a 'bona fide' accident'. But the heavy winds of a hurricane or tornado may be considered an 'act of God'.