Bedeutung von “favour” — Learner’s Dictionary


noun UK US favor us uk /ˈfeɪvər/
HELP [ C ]

B1 something that you do to help someone:

Could you do me a favour please?
I wanted to ask you a favour.
be in favour of sth

B2 to agree with or approve of a plan or idea:

Most people are in favour of reducing traffic in cities.
in favour of sb/sth

If you refuse or get rid of someone or something in favour of someone or something else, you choose them instead:

They dropped him from the team in favour of a much younger player.
in sb's favour

If something is in your favour, it helps you to win or succeed:

Both sides have strong arguments in their favour.

If a game, vote, or judgment is in someone's favour, they win:

The final score was 16-10 in England's favour.
LIKE [ U ] formal

approval of something or someone:

Her work never found favour among the critics.
be in favour/out of favour

to be popular/unpopular:

He has fallen out of favour recently.

(Definition von “favour noun” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)