Word: favour

Category: favour

Arts & Entertainment, People & Society, Hobbies & Leisure

Related words: favour

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Synonyms: favour

waste time, dally, dawdle, loiter, linger, take one's time, delay, temporize, stall, procrastinate, pussyfoot around, drag one's feet, dither, hesitate, falter, vacillate, waver, hem and haw, shilly-shally, lollygag, let the grass grow under one's feet, tarry, dillydally, shillyshally, drag one's heels

Translations: favour

spanish
favor


german
gefallen, begünstigung, wohlwollen, gunst, gefälligkeit

french
avantager, affection, aman, complaisance, favoriser, ...

italian
favore

portuguese
favorecer, favor, favorito

dutch
gunst, genadigheid, begunstiging

russian
способствовать, предпочтение, содействовать, фант, одолжить, ...

norwegian
velvilje, tjeneste

finnish
lellitellä, palvelus, suosia

czech
blahovůle, služba, milost, přízeň, laskavost, ...

polish
przychylność, łaska, przysługa, sprzyjanie

greek
ρουσφέτι, ευνοώ, χάρη

ukrainian
підтримайте, милість, послуга, сприяти, фант

estonian
teene, heategu, austama

croatian
usluga, korist, pogodovati, pomoć

icelandic
greiði

latin
venia

slovak
želať, oblina

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The meaning and "use of": favour

noun
  • an attitude of approval or liking.
  • an act of kindness beyond what is due or usual.

verb
  • feel or show approval or preference for.
  • (often used in polite requests) give someone (something that they want).
  • resemble (a parent or relative) in facial features.
  • treat (an injured limb) gently, not putting one's full weight on it.

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