Spanish English Dictionary

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favorecer in English:

1. favor favor

I need a favor.
Almost everyone in the class voted in favor of having a thank-you party for the teachers.
Many businessmen, in order to curry favor with government officials, will shower them with gifts and money.
Good writing has been going out of style, in favor of texting.
The obsequious waiter is usually assigned the best table because he always curries favor with his manager and superiors.
This would be a favor, which I would be pleased to return at any time.
Asked to do her a favor, he completely ignored it.
It is not fitting for a teacher to overly favor certain pupils over others.
My father is not really in favor of our marriage, because John still has no job.
Some doctors are in favor of euthanasia while others believe it goes against the Hippocratic oath.
After Art Nouveau lost favor, many of Horta's buildings were destroyed.
I am in favor of helping the prosperity of all countries because, when we are all prosperous, the trade of each becomes more valuable to the other.
Would you do me a favor by moving that chair over to the corner so that I can sweep the floor?
Come to think of it, a Jew has never come to my door trying to convert me to Judaism. A point in their favor!
I may not have much to offer in the way of learning or ability, but I want to do whatever I can for us all and humbly ask for your favor.