Choose the correct Idiom of “Mala Fide”?

A. Generous
B. Trustworthy
C. Bad Intentions
D. Genuine


Correct Answer: C. Bad Intentions

Detail about MCQs

“Mala fide” is a Latin term that is commonly used in legal contexts to describe actions or intentions that are done in bad faith or with dishonesty. It signifies behavior that is not genuine or trustworthy and is often associated with deceitful or malicious intentions. So, in the context of question, the correct idiom to describe “Mala fide” is C. Bad Intentions.

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