favour

favour
'feivə 1. noun
1) (a kind action: Will you do me a favour and lend me your car?) tjeneste
2) (kindness or approval: She looked on him with great favour.) velvilje, gunst
3) (preference or too much kindness: By doing that he showed favour to the other side.) (gjøre) forskjell
4) (a state of being approved of: He was very much in favour with the Prime Minister.) gunst, velvilje
2. verb
(to support or show preference for: Which side do you favour?) støtte, stille seg velvillig til
- favourably
- favourite
3. noun
(a person or thing that one likes best: Of all her paintings that is my favourite.) yndling, favoritt
- in favour of
- in one's favour
velvilje
I
subst. \/ˈfeɪvə\/ eller favor
1) gunst, yndest, velvilje, anerkjennelse
2) gunstbevisning, begunstigelse
I regard it as a favour
3) tjeneste
can you do me a favour?
do me the favour of coming
gjør meg den tjenesten å komme
4) fortrinn, fordel, favør, gode
grateful for such small favours
5) partiskhet, favorisering, proteksjon
6) (gammeldags) utmerkelsestegn, (medlems)emblem, merke, rosett, sløyfe, kokarde, kotiljong
ask a favour of somebody eller ask somebody a favour be noen om en tjeneste
balance in our favour (handel) i vår favør
be high in someone's favour eller be in high favour with someone eller stand high in someone's favour ha en høy stjerne hos noen
be in favour of være stemt for, være tilhenger av, støtte, være for, like, gå inn for
all in favour of the plan will raise their hands
alle som stemmer for planen rekker opp hånden
be in someone's favour tale til fordel for noen, tale til noens fordel
be out of favour (være) i unåde ikke være populær lengre
by your favour med Deres tillatelse
come down in favour of eller come down on the side of gå inn for, tale for
come into favour again eller be taken into favour again bli tatt til nåde igjen bli populær igjen, komme til heder og verdighet igjen
curry favour with someone fisle for noen, innsmigre seg hos noen
distribute one's favour fordele sin gunst
do me a favour! (også) kutt ut!
entreat a favour of a person bønnfalle noen om en tjeneste
fall out of favour falle i unåde bli upopulær, bli umoderne, gå av moten
find favour eller gain favour bli populær, vinne innpass, vinne gehør
find favour in somebody's eyes eller find favour with somebody finne nåde for noens øyne
in favour (handel, om vare) etterspurt, populær godkjent
in favour of til fordel for i favør av
a cheque in favour of
en sjekk utstedt til
in our favour (handel) til vår fordel, i vår favør, oss til gode
look upon somebody with favour være velvillig innstilt til noen
look upon something with favour se på noe med velvilje, være velvillig innstilt til noe
lose favour bli upopulær
past favours (handel) tidligere henvendelser
restore somebody to favour ta noen til nåde igjen
return to favour eller take into favour again bli tatt til nåde igjen, bli tatt inn i varmen igjen bli populær igjen, bli moderne igjen, få en renessanse
stand high in somebody's favour eller be high in somebody's favour stå høyt i kurs hos noen
the favour of an answer is requested svar utbes
treat with favour eller show favour towards favorisere, gi fordeler (til)
he obtained the position more by favour than by merit
under favour of darkness i ly av mørket
win someone's favour få noens anerkjennelse, vinne noens gunst
without fear of favour eller without favour upartisk, uten favorisering, uten å ta parti for eller imot
II
verb \/ˈfeɪvə\/ eller favor
1) like, være velvillig innstilt til, støtte
favour a scheme
favour certain proposals
2) begunstige, understøtte, oppmuntre
the new scheme will favour tourism
den nye ordningen vil oppmuntre turismen
favour strong measures
3) anbefale, fremlegge (om sak), fremme
4) gjøre en tjeneste
5) favorisere, foretrekke, ta parti for
favour one's own pupils
6) (hverdagslig) skåne, spare
favour one's injured hand
7) ligne
he favours his father
favoured støttet, understøttet, begunstiget, favorisert
favour with hedre med, forære, bevilge
will you favour me with an interview?
fortune favours the brave (ordtak) lykken står den tapre bi
oats favour buyers (handel) havreprisen er gunstig for kjøpere\/lav nå
the favoured few de få utvalgte, de få begunstigede

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