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Japanese translation of “prefer”

prefer

verb
 
/prɪˈfɜːr/ (present participle preferring, past tense and past participle preferred)
A2 to like someone or something more than another person or thing
~の方を好む
I prefer dogs to cats. She prefers watching tennis to playing.
would prefer A2 used to say what you want or ask someone what they want
~する方がいい, ~の方がよい
I’d prefer to eat alone. Would you prefer red or white wine?
(Definition of prefer from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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