In english "being of bad faith" or "insincere" or "dishonest" or "not genuine" or "not straight up" or in slang "you're frontin'".
Bad faith (from French, mauvaise foi) is a philosophical concept first coined by existentialist philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre to describe the phenomenon wherein one denies one's total freedom, instead choosing to behave as an inert object. ...
Nicolas F states: "the players of Bayern that played in UEFA are under18" then denies when facts are shown...and changes his statement into "they were not the basis players" then again when seeing the facts he states "they are not the ones playing in the championship" even if the majority of them do. He could be defined as being of (extreme) mauvaise foi...
by Mike P from Brussels March 14, 2008

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