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English definition of “favour sb with sth”

favour sb with sth

formal
verb [T] uk phrasal verb with favour UK (US favor)   /ˈfeɪ.vər/ us    /-vɚ/
to be polite and kind enough to give something to someone: I've no idea what is happening - David has not favoured me with an explanation.
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