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Dictionary French English: favour

Translation 1 - 64 of 64

FrenchEnglish
NOUN   a favour | favours
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VERB  to favour | favoured | favoured ... 
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SYNO   to favor | to favour | to favour ... 
avantager qn. [favoriser]to favour sb. [Br.]
favoriser qn./qc.to favour sb./sth. [Br.]
privilégier qn./qc. [favoriser]to favour sb./sth. [Br.]
Nouns
bienveillance {f}favour [Br.]
faveur {f} [service]favour [Br.]
grâce {f} [faveur]favour [Br.]
service {m}favour [Br.]
2 Words: Verbs
avantager qn. par rapport à qn.to favour sb. over sb. [Br.]
être remis à l'honneur [tradition, usage]to regain favour
gagner les bonnes grâces de qn.to win sb.'s favour [Br.]
2 Words: Nouns
service {m} rendu en retour d'un autrereturn favour [Br.]
3 Words: Others
en contrepartie {adv}as return favour [Br.]
au profit de {prep}in favour of [Br.]
3 Words: Verbs
demander un service à qn.to ask sb. a favour [Br.]
demander une faveur à qn.to ask sb. a favour [Br.]
s'insinuer auprès de qn. [péj.]to curry favour with sb. [Br.]
courtiser qn. [flatter]to curry favour with sb. [Br.] [idiom]
se concilier les bonnes grâces de qn. [loc.]to curry favour with sb. [Br.] [idiom]
s'insinuer dans les bonnes grâces de qn.to curry favour with sb. [coll.] [Br.]
flagorner qn./qc.to curry favour with sb./sth. [Br.]
faire une faveur à qn.to do sb. a favour [Br.]
tomber en disgrâceto fall from favour [Br.]
s'attirer les faveurs de qn.to find favour with sb. [Br.]
trouver grâce aux yeux de qn.to find favour with sb. [Br.]
accorder une grâce à qn.to grant sb. a favour [Br.]
jouer en faveur de qn.to work in sb.'s favour
4 Words: Others
équitablement {adv}without fear or favour
4 Words: Verbs
pol. abdiquer en faveur de qn.to abdicate in favour of sb. [Br.]
pencher pour qc. [solution, fermeté]to be in favour of sth.
être favorable à qc. [partisan de]to be in favour of sth. [Br.]
être partisan de qc.to be in favour of sth. [Br.]
être en faveur de qc.to be in favour of sth. [Br.]
avoir la faveur de qn.to be in favour with sb. [Br.]
avoir les faveurs de qn.to be in favour with sb. [Br.]
être en faveur auprès de qn.to be in favour with sb. [Br.]
être avantageux pour qn./qc.to be in sb./sth.'s favour [Br.]
être mal vuto be out of favour [Br.]
être favorable à qn.to be weighted in sb.'s favour [Br.]
solliciter une faveur auprès de qn.to beg a favour of sb. [Br.]
rentrer en grâceto come back into favour [Br.]
se désister en faveur de qn.to come down in sb.'s favour [Br.]
opter pour qn./qc.to decide in favour of sb./sth. [Br.]
faire une fleur à qn. [loc.]to do a favour for sb. [Br.] [idiom]
faire une fleur à qn. [loc.]to do sb a favour [Br.] [idiom]
trouver grâce aux yeux de qn.to find favour in sb.'s eyes [Br.]
obtenir qc. par faveurto obtain sth. as a favour [Br.]
plaider en faveur de qn./qc. [fig.]to plead in favour of sb./sth.
revaloir qn. qc [avec gratitude]to return sb. the favour for sth.
5+ Words: Others
Sois gentil, réponds au téléphone.Do me a favour, answer the phone. [Br.]
Fais-nous la grâce de te taire !Do us a favour, be quiet!
Faites-moi la gentillesse de ...Would you do me the favour of ...?
5+ Words: Verbs
avoir un préjugé favorable envers qn./qc.to be biased in favour of sb./sth. [Br.]
être partantto be in favour of it [Br.]
être favorable à ce que qn. fasse qc.to be in favour of sb. doing sth. [Br.]
être en défaveur auprès de qn.to be out of favour with sb. [Br.]
se prononcer en faveur de qc.to declare oneself in favour of sth.
se prononcer en faveur pour qc.to declare oneself in favour of sth.
élever la voix pour défendre qc. [fig.]to speak out in favour of sth. [Br.]
pol. retirer sa candidature en faveur de qn.to stand down in favour of sb. [Br.]
céder la place à qn. [fig.]to step aside in favour of sb.
faire pencher la balance en faveur de qn. [loc.]to sway the outcome in sb.'s favour [Br.] [idiom]
faire pencher la balance en faveur de qn. [loc.]to tip the scales in sb.'s favour [Br.] [idiom]
retourner la situation en faveur de qn.to turn the situation back in sb.'s favour [Br.]
plébisciter qn./qc. [approuver]to vote overwhelmingly in favour of sb./sth.
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