English vocabulary and translations (See all)
(a gesture of) good faith: (a gesture of) sincerity, honesty, trust
- "Bruno assures me that Fiona's presence in our offices is more of a gesture of good faith towards the investors than a criticism of our work habits."
- "-Offer significant discount on future shipments to all retail partners as an act of good faith for recalled product (cost unknown but likely over $500,000)"
- "We can start with an order of 30,000 units to show our good faith."
- "I can't in good faith recommend to our 252 small shareholders that they retain their shares in Delavigne."
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