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favour

verb [T] UK ( US favor)
 
 
/ˈfeɪvər/
CHOOSE to choose or prefer one possibility: [often passive] These are the running shoes favoured by marathon runners.Liking more
UNFAIRLY PREFER to act unfairly by treating one person better than another: She always felt that her parents favoured her brother.Unfairness and favouring someone unfairlyJustice and fairness
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