verb (used with object)
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Idioms for favor
- on the side of; in support of: to be in favor of reduced taxation.
- to the advantage of.
- (of a check, draft, etc.) payable to: Make out your checks in favor of the corporation.
Origin of favor
SYNONYMS FOR favor
OTHER WORDS FROM favorfa·vor·er, nouno·ver·fa·vor, verb (used with object)pre·fa·vor, noun, verb (used with object)un·fa·vor·ing, adjective
Words nearby favor
Idioms and Phrases with in favor of (1 of 2)
Also, in one's favor.
In support of, approving, as in We are in favor of her promotion, or All the reviews were in his favor. [Mid-1500s]
To the advantage of, as in The court decided in favor of the defendant. [Mid-1500s]
Inscribed or made out to the benefit of, as in The check was made out in favor of the charity. [Mid-1500s]
Out of a preference for, as in The commissioner turned down the new road in favor of improved sewers. [Late 1800s]
Idioms and Phrases with in favor of (2 of 2)
see curry favor; in favor of; in favor with; in one's favor; out of favor; return the compliment (favor).