pabor, tulong, pagpanig, tumulong, malaking tulong, pagtatangi, pagkampi, pagkiling, tulungan, humingi ng tulong, pagtingin, pairog, pala, byaya, kabutihang-loob, kagandahang-loobpaboran, sa kapakinabangan ng, sa kabutihan ng, panigan, magalingin, pumanig, kumiling, katnigan, tangkilikin, katigan, kilingan, pagtibayin, magpaunlak, paunlakan, magbigayn, pagbigyan, mabutihin, tangkilian, kumampi, kampihan, tumangkilik, sumang-ayon, sang-ayunan
Noun(1) a feeling of favorable regard(2) an inclination to approve(3) an advantage to the benefit of someone or something(4) souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party(5) an act of gracious kindness
Verb(1) treat gently or carefully(2) bestow a privilege upon(3) promote over another(4) consider as the favorite
(1) Go on do me a favour, do yourself a favour , take that vinyl out of its sleeve.(2) The overall balance is likely to continue to shift marginally in China's favour over the next decade.(3) please favour me with an answer(4) Do us a favour , get a dictionary and look up what a gradient is.(5) He was walking twisted to one side to favour his painful leg.(6) Do us a favour while you're here: visit my campaign website and sign the petition.(7) Do me a favour and stop pretending you know me, because you don't.(8) It is still based upon favour with no relevance whatever to competence or effectiveness.(9) I've come to ask you a favour(10) But, do not feel that simply because I gave you a gift, that means that you are obliged to return the favour .(11) Of course what they really meant was, ├ö├ç├┐Do me a favour .├ö├ç├û(12) Counsel for the applicant has clearly put the considerations which are said to support a construction which would favour his client.(13) 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.(14) he was accused of showing favour to one of the players(15) It is not just unreasonable to be biased in our own favour , it is also naÔö£┬╗ve.(16) slashing public spending is a policy that few politicians favour
(1) in favor of :: sang-ayon
1. service ::
2. approval ::
3. favoritism ::
4. patronage ::
5. party favor ::
party na pabor
6. prefer ::
7. treat partially ::
gamutin ang bahagyang
8. benefit ::
9. oblige ::
utang na loob
10. privilege ::
Different Formsfavour, favoured, favouring, favours
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