fave


Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

fave

 (fāv) Informal
n.
One that is preferred above others or likely to win; a favorite.
adj.
Favorite.

[Short for favorite.]

fave

(feɪv)
adj, n
informal short for favourite1, favourite2

fave

(feɪv)

n., adj. Slang.
favorite.
[1920–25, Amer.; by shortening]
Translations

fave

[ˈfeɪv] (= favourite)
adjpréféré(e)
npréféré(e) m/f
References in periodicals archive ?
This may have cost Sandy a few hundred - or even thousand - fans if she's got any footie fanatics who aren't so keen on her fave Spanish team.
Albums Our Our fave fave Texas 25 BOTH an entirely new album and hits collection, Texas 25 features reworkings of Say What You Want, Halo, Inner Smile and I Don't Want A Lover.
He said: "The Mr Men were my fave growing up and I always remember a book called Would You Rather.
Antonucci will receive the Great Guy Award from the YWCA of Central Massachusetts at the organization's annual Daybreak Breakfast in honor of the school's partnership with the YWCA and commitment to FAVE.
Kelly Kowall, President and Founder of FAVE - Project Corregidor, stated “Having the help from the agents and volunteers was a God-send.
Fave saying: Evil thrives when good men do nothing.
and that from a female who's fave music is usually funky house (yes Bob, this is a type of music and not something Laurence Lewellyn-Bowen designs).
A military fave now bandied about in the business sector, as in "We've been brainstorming for three hours and we're still AOS.
Fave specializes in highly customized web video ads for businesses of all sizes, providing consumers with fun, educational information as they shop.
Singles Our Our fave fave Madonna Hold Tight THIS is trademark Madonna, straddling the acoustic roots of her early material and recent electro beats.