Definition of in one's favour in English:

in one's favour

To one’s advantage: events were moving in his favour
More example sentences
  • They eventually paid the price but the home side could only add a penalty when the numeric advantage stood in their favour.
  • This gives us something we can use in our favour, a huge advantage.
  • I expect a numerical advantage to be in our favour for today's derby, though.
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