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Verb
Give unfairly preferential treatment to
“Nevertheless, it is widely believed that that current laws disproportionately and unfairly favour women.”
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Work to the advantage of
“The ball blew all over the field and although it did favour the home side in the second half, they couldn't get the equalising goal.”
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To prefer
“Robyn favours loose dark clothes.”
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“The party favours reform of the electoral system.”
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“Please favour me with an answer.”
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“She's pretty, and she favours you.”
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Noun
Approval, support, or liking for someone or something
“The theory, initially a popular topic of research, quickly lost favour with the introduction of quantum mechanics.”
Noun
Overgenerous preferential treatment
“The overall balance is likely to continue to shift marginally in China's favour over the next decade.”
Noun
A thing such as a badge or knot of ribbons that is given or worn as a mark of liking or support
“I am your lady and you shall wear my favours.”
Noun
An act of kindness beyond what is due or usual
“I've come to ask for a favour.”
Noun
“Serve the king well and you shall receive his favour.”
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