Fidelity bond



noun

insurance purchased by an employer to protect against financial loss from dishonest acts by persons entrusted with valuable property or funds

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    [mah-lah fee-des; English mey-luh fahy-deez] /ˈmɑ lɑ ˈfi dɛs; English ˈmeɪ lə ˈfaɪ diz/ noun, Latin. 1. bad faith; intent to cheat or deceive. Compare (def 1). [boh-nah fee-des; English boh-nuh fahy-deez or especially for 2, boh-nuh-fahydz, bon-uh] /ˈboʊ nɑ ˈfi dɛs; English ˈboʊ nə ˈfaɪ diz or especially for 2, ˈboʊ nəˌfaɪdz, ˈbɒn ə/ […]

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