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favour British & World English

Approval, support, or liking for someone or something

in favour British & World English

Meeting with (or having lost) approval

find favour British & World English

Be liked or prove acceptable

curry favour British & World English

Ingratiate oneself with someone through obsequious behaviour

in favour of British & World English

To be replaced by

in one's favour British & World English

To one’s advantage

grace and favour British & World English

Denoting accommodation occupied free or at a low rent by permission of a sovereign or government

in favour in favour British & World English

Meeting with (or having lost) approval

find favour in find British & World English

Be liked or prove acceptable

do someone a favour British & World English

Do something for someone as an act of kindness

curry favour in curry2 British & World English

Ingratiate oneself with someone through obsequious behaviour

do someone a favour in favour British & World English

Do something for someone as an act of kindness

do me a favour in favour British & World English

Used to express brusque dismissal of a remark

find for in find British & World English

(Of a court) make a decision in favour of, or judge to be innocent

load the dice against/in favour of someone British & World English

Put someone at a disadvantage or advantage

party favour in favour British & World English

A small inexpensive gift given to guests at a party

favour someone with in favour British & World English

(Often used in polite requests) give someone (something desired)

do me a favour in do someone a favour British & World English

Used to express brusque dismissal of a remark

in or out of favour in favour British & World English

Meeting with (or having lost) approval

load the dice against/in favour of someone in load British & World English

Put someone at a disadvantage or advantage

find for British & World English

(Of a court) make a decision in favour of, or judge to be innocent

tip the scales in tip2 British & World English

Be the deciding factor; make the critical difference

weigh1 British & World English

Influence a decision or action; be considered important

count1 British & World English

(Of a factor) play a part in influencing opinion for or against someone or something

presumption British & World English

An attitude adopted in law or as a matter of policy towards an action or proposal in the absence of acceptable reasons to the contrary

be stacked against/in favour of in stack British & World English

Used to refer to a situation which is such that an unfavourable or a favourable outcome is overwhelmingly likely

the odds in odds British & World English

The balance of advantage; superiority in strength, power, or resources

tip the scales British & World English

Be the deciding factor; make the critical difference

favour English Thesaurus

will you do me a favour?

favour in favor English-Spanish

the king's favor

in favour in favour English Thesaurus

the firm remains in favour with investors

in favour of in favour English Thesaurus

two thirds of them were in favour of a strike

out of favour in favour English Thesaurus

a company that is out of favour with the stock market


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