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favourable

adjective

  • (British English) favorable
    Example sentences
    • Amazingly, this rookie has amassed more favourable and even rave reviews than I can stretch my mind to believe.
    • Members of the board of management were over-whelmed by the enthusiasm and favourable comments expressed by so many visitors.
    • If the film received favorable reviews on initial release, that praise paled in comparison to word-of-mouth buzz following a real nuclear accident.
    Example sentences
    • It is likely to be most convenient, and the general conditions there are most favorable to the bulbs at this stage of their existence.
    • For collective bargaining to have a real point, it must achieve wage rates and non-wage conditions more favourable to the employees than the customary rate.
    • He suggested the focus should rather be placed on publishing monthly unemployment figures and on creating conditions favourable to the growth of the first economy.

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