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Translation of "prefer" - English-Spanish dictionary

prefer

verb /priˈfəː/ ( past tense, past participle preferred)
to like better preferir Which do you prefer – tea or coffee? I prefer reading to watching television She would prefer to come with you rather than stay here. preferable /ˈpre-/ adjective more desirable preferible Is it preferable to write or make a telephone call? preferably adverb preferiblemente You should call her – prefereably as soon as possible. preference /ˈpre-/ noun (a) choice of, or (a) liking for, one thing rather than another preferencia He likes most music, but he has a preference for classical music.I prefer apples to (not than) oranges. preferable, adjective, is spelt with -r-. preference, noun, is spelt with -r-. preferred and preferring are spelt with -rr-.
Translations of “prefer”
in Arabic يُفَضِّل…
in Korean -보다 -를 더 좋아하다…
in Malaysian lebih suka…
in French préférer…
in Turkish tercih etmek, yeğlemek…
in Italian preferire…
in Chinese (Traditional) 選擇, 寧可,更喜愛, 覺得還是…更可取…
in Russian предпочитать…
in Polish woleć…
in Vietnamese thích hơn…
in Portuguese preferir…
in Thai ชอบมากกว่า…
in German vorziehen…
in Catalan preferir…
in Japanese ~の方を好む…
in Indonesian memilih…
in Chinese (Simplified) 选择, 宁可,更喜爱, 觉得还是…更可取…
(Definition of prefer from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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