favor


favor
fa·vor n
1: bias
in favor of: to the benefit of
a judgment in favor of the defendant
in one's favor: to one's benefit
a donation inter vivos made in his favor

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

favor
I (act of kindness) noun accommodation, act of generosity, act of grace, benefaction, beneficium, benefit, benevolence, benignity, boon, bounty, charity, courtesy, friendly turn, good deed, good service, good turn, grace, indulgence, kind act, philanthropy II (partiality) noun approval, attachment, attraction, bent, bias, disposition, favoritism, fondness, inclination, kind regard, leaning, liking, partisanship, penchant, predilection, preference, preferential treatment, prejudice, proclivity, proneness, propensity associated concepts: challenge to the favor, favored legislation, favored treatment III (sanction) noun abetment, advancement, advocacy, aegis, aid, approbation, approval, assistance, auspices, backing, benefaction, championship, cooperation, countenance, encouragement, endorsement, espousal, fosterage, furtherance, good opinion, help, leave, patronage, permission, sponsorship, subscription, support IV verb advance, advocate, afford advantages, aid, approve, assist, back, be biased, be favorable to, be indulgent toward, be partial to, be prejudiced, befriend, benefit, bolster, boost, champion, countenance, deal with gently, ease, encourage, endorse, facilitate, fancy, favere, further, grant favors to, gratify, help, make easier, prefer, promote, regard with favor, regard with kindness, sanction, show consideration for, show favor to, show unfair bias, studere, succor, suffragari, support, treat differently, treat with partiality associated concepts: favored beneficiary V index accommodate, advantage, advocate, approval, approve, assent, auspices, behalf, benefit (conferment), benevolence (act of kindness), bounty, capitalize (provide capital), complexion, concur (agree), conduce, countenance, deign, discriminate (treat differently), embrace (accept), espouse, estimation (esteem), foster, franchise (license), further, gift (present), goodwill, grace, grant, grant (concede), gratuity (present), help, honor (outward respect), indorsement, indulgence, inequity, largess (gift), leave (permission), lenience, let (permit), nepotism, option (contractual provision), partiality, pass (approve) VI index patronage (power to appoint jobs) VII index patronage (support), patronize (condescend toward), predilection, predisposition, prefer, preserve, prestige, privilege, promote (advance), propensity, recommend, regard (esteem), respect, sanction (permission), service (assistance), side, sponsor, token, uphold

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

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  • favor — fa vor (f[=a] v[ e]r), n. [Written also favour.] [OF. favor, F. faveur, L. favor, fr. favere to be favorable, cf. Skr. bh[=a]vaya to further, foster, causative of bh[=u] to become, be. Cf. {Be}. In the phrase to curry favor, favor is prob. for… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • favor — 1. a favor. Esta locución tiene tres significados diferentes: a) ‘En beneficio o provecho de alguien’. Con este sentido va siempre seguida de un complemento introducido por de (a veces suplido por un posesivo), que expresa la persona que resulta… …   Diccionario panhispánico de dudas

  • favor — sustantivo masculino 1. Beneficio o ayuda que se da o se recibe: Te quiero pedir dos favores. Prefiero que no me hagan favores. Ese favor tan grande no te lo podré pagar en la vida. 2. (no contable) Confianza o apoyo recibido de una persona:… …   Diccionario Salamanca de la Lengua Española

  • favor — (Del lat. favor, ōris). 1. m. Ayuda, socorro que se concede a alguien. 2. Honra, beneficio, gracia. 3. privanza. 4. Expresión de agrado que suelen hacer las damas. 5. Cinta, flor u otra cosa semejante dada por una dama a un caballero, y que en… …   Diccionario de la lengua española

  • favor — [fā′vər] n. [ME favour < OFr < L favor < favere, to favor < IE base * ghow , to perceive > OE ( ofer) gumian, to neglect, Czech hověti, to take precautions (with), spare] 1. friendly or kind regard; good will; approval; liking 2.… …   English World dictionary

  • favor — favor, estar como para hacerle un fa expr. estar sexualmente atractivo. ❙ «No le arriendo la ganancia al pobre chaval. Si la tía no está para algo es para hacerle un favor.» C. Pérez Merinero, Días de guardar. ❙ «La del medio está para hacerle un …   Diccionario del Argot "El Sohez"

  • favor — n boon, largess, *gift, present, gratuity Analogous words: token, *pledge, earnest: concession, *allowance: *honor, homage, deference: benefaction, *donation, contribution favor vb …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • favor — [n] approval, good opinion; help accommodation, account, admiration, aid, approbation, assistance, backing, benediction, benefit, benevolence, benignity, bias, blessing, boon, championship, compliment, consideration, cooperation, courtesy,… …   New thesaurus

  • Favor — Fa vor, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Favored} (f[=a] v[ e]rd); p. pr. & vb. n. {Favoring}.] [Written also favour.] [Cf. OF. favorer, favorir. See {Favor}, n.] 1. To regard with kindness; to support; to aid, or to have the disposition to aid, or to wish… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • favor — FAVÓR s.n. v. favoare. Trimis de RACAI, 18.04.2008. Sursa: DEX 98  FAVÓR s.n. v. favoare. Trimis de LauraGellner, 13.09.2007. Sursa: DN …   Dicționar Român


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