favoured


favoured
adj.

1) heavily favoured

2) favoured to + inf. (our team is heavily favoured to win)


Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • favoured — (Brit.) fa·voured || feɪvÉ™d adj. preferred, favorite; having features of a particular kind (ill favoured) (also favored) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • favoured — fa|voured BrE favored AmE [ˈfeıvəd US ərd] adj [only before noun] 1.) receiving special attention, help, or treatment, sometimes in an unfair way ▪ a list of favoured customers ▪ China s most favored nation trading status with the US 2.) chosen… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • favoured — BrE, favored AmE adjective (onlt before noun) 1 receiving special attention, help, or treatment, especially in an unfair way: Foreign aid seems to go mostly to favored governments who are supporters of the US. 2 chosen by many people: Brittany is …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • favoured — UK [ˈfeɪvə(r)d] / US [ˈfeɪvərd] adjective 1) receiving better treatment than other people in a way that seems unfair the special status enjoyed by a favoured son 2) preferred or chosen the Prime Minister s favoured candidate for the post 3) a… …   English dictionary

  • favoured — adj. Favoured/favored is used with these nouns: ↑customer …   Collocations dictionary

  • favoured — /ˈfeɪvəd/ (say fayvuhd) adjective 1. regarded or treated with favour. 2. enjoying special advantages. 3. of specified appearance, used in combination, as in ill favoured. Also, favored …   Australian English dictionary

  • favoured — adjective treated or regarded with partiality See Also: favour …   Wiktionary

  • favoured — fa|voured [ feıvərd ] the British spelling of favored …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • favoured — adj preferred, chosen, selected, recommended, favourite, privileged, advantaged, blessed, élite FORMAL predilected …   Useful english dictionary

  • favoured supplier — noun A business which has satisfied certain conditions, such as quality and special terms, and is deemed acceptable to a purchaser such as a government department • • • Main Entry: ↑favour …   Useful english dictionary


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