favour definition

  • noun:
    • Chiefly British Variant of favor.
    • Alternative spelling of benefit.
    • Chiefly British Variant of favor.
    • alternate spelling of benefit.
    • souvenir consisting of a tiny present directed at a guest at an event
    • a sense of favorable regard
    • an inclination to approve
    • an act of gracious kindness
    • souvenir comprising a tiny gift given to a guest at a party
    • an advantage toward advantage of some body or something like that
    • a sense of positive regard
    • an inclination to approve
    • an act of gracious kindness
    • a bonus towards the advantageous asset of some body or something like that
    • Chiefly British Variant of favor.
    • Alternative spelling of benefit.
    • souvenir consisting of a tiny present provided to a guest at a party
    • Chiefly British Variant of favor.
    • a feeling of positive respect
    • Alternative spelling of benefit.
    • an inclination to approve
    • an act of gracious kindness
    • an edge into advantage of some body or something like that
    • souvenir composed of a tiny gift fond of a guest at a celebration
    • a feeling of favorable regard
    • an inclination to approve
    • an act of gracious kindness
    • an edge on advantageous asset of some one or something
  • verb:
    • alternate spelling of benefit.
    • consider given that specialty
    • promote over another
    • address carefully or carefully
    • Alternative spelling of benefit.
    • think about since the favorite
    • advertise over another
    • address gently or carefully
    • bestow a privilege upon
    • bestow a privilege upon
    • alternate spelling of favor.
    • consider given that preferred
    • advertise over another
    • treat carefully or carefully
    • alternate spelling of benefit.
    • bestow a privilege upon
    • consider once the favorite
    • advertise over another
    • treat carefully or very carefully
    • bestow a privilege upon
  • others:
    • etc. See benefit, etc.
    • an such like. See benefit, etc.
    • etc. See favor, etc.
    • etc. See benefit, etc.

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