favor en Español

Pronunciación
v. favorecer, agraciar, privilegiar, propiciar

favor en Inglés

Pronunciación
n. favor, kindness; help; boon; good turn; accommodation

Ejemplos

Jean, answer that ‘yes’, thank you. Ask her if she wants to do her a big favour.
Jean, contéstele que sí, gracias. Pregúntele si quiere hacerle un gran favor.
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Yes, thank you. I want you to do me a big favour.
Si, gracias. ¿Quiere hacerme un gran favor?
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May I ask a very special favor of you?
¿Te puedo pedir un gran favor ?
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You are in favor of the plan, aren't you?
Estás al favor del plan, ¿no ?
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I need a big favor.
Necesito un gran favor.
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I'm not in favor of this plan.
No estoy a favor de este plan.
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I did you a favor.
Te hice un favor.
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Titus was a favoured and trusted soldier of Caesar's and I was nothing more than a servant to my Queen.
Tito era un soldado de confianza y uno de los favoritos de César, y yo no era nada más que una sirvienta de mi Reina.
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Tibby was a favoured servant and Cleopatra had given her a comfortable place to call her own.
Tibby era una sirvienta privilegiada y Cleopatra le había dado un lugar cómodo al que poder llamar hogar.
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A poll shows that an overwhelming majority is in favor of the legislation.
Una encuesta muestra que una gran mayoría está a favor de la legislación.
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Sinónimos

promote over another: advance, upgrade, kick upstairs, advantage, elevate, prefer, favour, promote, raise
an act of gracious kindness: benignity, turn, favour, kindness, good turn
consider as the favorite: consider, reckon, regard, favour, see, view
an advantage to the benefit of someone or something: favour, advantage, vantage
an inclination to approve: tendency, favour, disposition, inclination
bestow a privilege upon: favour, countenance, let, allow, permit, privilege
treat gently or carefully: save, spare, favour
a feeling of favorable regard: favour, approval
souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party: cracker bonbon, relic, keepsake, cracker, party favor, party favour, favour, snapper, souvenir, token



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