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preferverb [T]

uk   /prɪˈfɜːr/  us   /-ˈfɝː/ (-rr-)
  • prefer verb [T] (CHOOSE)

A2 to like, ​choose, or ​want one thing ​rather than another: Do you prefer ​hot or ​coldweather? I prefer ​redwine towhite. [+ -ing verb] He prefers ​watchingfootball to ​playing it. [+ to infinitive] I'd prefer not todiscuss this ​issue.formal I'd prefer you not tosmoke (= I would like it ​better if you did not ​smoke), ​please.

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(Definition of prefer from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

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preferverb

 us   /prɪˈfɜr/ (-rr-)
to ​choose or ​want one thing ​rather than another: [T] We have ​tea and ​coffee, but ​perhaps you’d prefer a ​colddrink. [T] He prefers ​watchingbaseball to ​playing it. [+ that clause] She prefers that we ​meet at the ​station. [+ to infinitive] Would you prefer to ​leave?
(Definition of prefer from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “prefer”
en coreano -보다 -를 더 좋아하다…
en árabe يُفَضِّل…
in Malaysian lebih suka…
en francés préférer…
en ruso предпочитать…
en chino (tradicionál) 選擇, 寧可,更喜愛, 覺得還是…更可取…
en italiano preferire…
en turco tercih etmek, yeğlemek…
en polaco woleć…
en español preferir…
in Vietnamese thích hơn…
en portugués preferir…
in Thai ชอบมากกว่า…
en alemán vorziehen…
en catalán preferir…
en japonés ~の方を好む…
en chino (simplificado) 选择, 宁可,更喜爱, 觉得还是…更可取…
in Indonesian memilih…
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