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An act of kindness beyond what is due or usual
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“I've come to ask for a favour.”
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Overgenerous preferential treatment
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“He simultaneously displayed his hostility toward a consciousness that had become technological and his favour toward that which remained unconscious.”
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Approval, support, or liking for someone or something
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“The theory, initially a popular topic of research, quickly lost favour with the introduction of quantum mechanics.”
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The state or condition of being liked, admired, or supported by many people
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“Glam rock would rapidly fall out of favour as soon as the grunge movement arrived on the scene.”
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Backing or support received from, or provided by, someone
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“Serve our leader well and you shall receive his favour.”
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A small item given as a gift, typically to guests at a party
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“At the holiday dinner, the hosts had set a favour by each place setting.”
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Something given or worn as a mark of liking or support
“The only favour she had actually given him was cuff-links decorated with tiny cameos of herself, hardly the sort of thing he could wear to the Café Royal.”
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A condition or circumstance that puts one in a favorable or superior position
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The state of being merciful
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A beneficial thing for which one is grateful
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One's own self-interest
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The interest, benefit, or wellbeing of someone or something
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What one is known for
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A prayer asking for divine blessing
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Favour shown to one person or thing over another or others
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Politeness, good manners
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Something that promotes action or activity, especially in an official capacity
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A special right or advantage, granted or available only to a particular person or group
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A percentage of an amount of money taken by a third-party as a bribe, as part of an unlawful enterprise, or as a commission from the pot of a casino game
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The action of distributing or supplying something
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A thing serving as a visible or tangible representation of a fact, quality, feeling, etc
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The action or faculty of remembering something learned or experienced
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That which has been chosen, or can potentially be chosen, among a variety of choices
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The chances or likelihood of something happening or being the case
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To have a preference for
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“Renee tends to favour dark clothes to match her usual mood.”
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To advocate or show support or approval of
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“It does appear that the agriculture regional commissioners appear to favour reform.”
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To work to the advantage of
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“The forest area is shady and the soil is damp, conditions that favour the growth of trees.”
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To endow with a quality, ability, or asset
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“After six lances were broken against the Prince, he was sure the gods would favour him with a victory as he rode clutching his seventh lance.”
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To be obliging or show beneficence toward
“The singer was at the party only as a guest, but was kind enough to favour us with an entertaining ditty.”
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To resemble or look like, especially a parent or relative
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“She's pretty, and she favours her mother.”
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To enjoy or like something
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To consider or regard somebody or something as
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To have a propensity for
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To bestow legal or official authority to
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(clausal, followed by for or about) To place an emphasis of concern, interest or importance on someone or something
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(delight in) To take great pleasure in
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To honor or favor
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To enhance the value of something, or to make more efficient
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To trust or accept as true or credible
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To enthusiastically applaud or approve of
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To treat with great care, attention or indulgence
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To agree with a sentiment, opinion, or ideology
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To do something that one regards as below one's dignity or level of importance
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To encourage or incite the development or occurrence of
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To make a false show or pretense of
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To delight, or to give pleasure or satisfaction to
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Treat in a way that is apparently kind or helpful but that betrays a feeling of superiority
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To maintain, prolong, or keep something going
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Make an unjust or prejudicial distinction in the treatment of different categories of people, especially on the grounds of race, sex, or age
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To make (someone) disposed to do something