fave


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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
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