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Translation of "favour" - English-Spanish dictionary


a kind action
Will you do me a favour and lend me your car?
kindness or approval
She looked on him with great favour.
preference or too much kindness
By doing that he showed favour to the other side.
a state of being approved of
a favor de
He was very much in favour with the Prime Minister.
favourable adjective ( favorable) showing approval
Was her reaction favourable?
helpful or advantageous
favorable, propicio
a favourable wind.
favourably adverb ( favorably)
favourite adjective ( favorite) best-liked; preferred
favorito, preferido
His favourite city is Paris.
favouritism noun ( favoritism) preferring or supporting one person etc more than another
The teacher was accused of favouritism towards certain students.
in favour of ( in favor of) in support of
a favor de
I am in favour of a higher tax on cigarettes.
in one’s favour ( in one’s favor) to one’s benefit or advantage
a favor de alguien
The wind was in our favour.
favour, noun, ends in -our.The adjective favourable is also spelt with -our-.
(Definition of favour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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