favourable

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favourable

(ˈfeɪvərəbəl; ˈfeɪvrə-) or

favorable

adj
1. advantageous, encouraging, or promising
2. giving consent
ˈfavourableness, ˈfavorableness n
ˈfavourably, favorably adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.favourable - encouraging or approving or pleasing; "a favorable reply"; "he received a favorable rating"; "listened with a favorable ear"; "made a favorable impression"
affirmative, affirmatory - affirming or giving assent; "an affirmative decision"; "affirmative votes"
complimentary - conveying or resembling a compliment; "a complimentary remark"
good - having desirable or positive qualities especially those suitable for a thing specified; "good news from the hospital"; "a good report card"; "when she was good she was very very good"; "a good knife is one good for cutting"; "this stump will make a good picnic table"; "a good check"; "a good joke"; "a good exterior paint"; "a good secretary"; "a good dress for the office"
2.favourable - (of winds or weather) tending to promote or facilitate; "the days were fair and the winds were favorable"
propitious - presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in or show signs of success; "propitious omens"; "propitious gales speeded us along"; "a propitious alignment of planets for space exploration"
3.favourable - occurring at a convenient or suitable time; "an opportune time to receive guests"
convenient - suited to your comfort or purpose or needs; "a convenient excuse for not going"
4.favourable - presaging or likely to bring good luck; "a favorable time to ask for a raise"; "lucky stars"; "a prosperous moment to make a decision"
propitious - presenting favorable circumstances; likely to result in or show signs of success; "propitious omens"; "propitious gales speeded us along"; "a propitious alignment of planets for space exploration"

favourable

Translations
مُشَجِّع، مُؤَيِّدمُلائِم، مُناسِب، مُريح
příznivývýhodný
gunstighjælpsomimødekommendepositiv
hagstæîurjákvæîur
priaznivý

favourable

favorable (US) [ˈfeɪvərəbl] ADJ [report] → favorable (to para) [conditions, weather] → propicio, favorable
to show sb in a favourable lightdar una buena imagen de algn

favourable

[ˈfeɪvərəbəl] (British) favorable (US) adj
(indicating agreement, approval) [reaction, response, comment, review] → favorable
to be favourable to sth (= in agreement with) → être favorable à qch
(= advantageous) [terms, conditions] → avantageux/euse; [treatment] → bon(ne); [price] → avantageux/euse
to make a favourable impression on sb → faire bonne impression sur qn
to be favourable to sth (= advantageous for) → être favorable à qch
to be favourable to sb (= advantageous for) → être favorable à qn

favourable

, (US) favorable
adj
(= positive) response, reactionpositiv; opinion, review, impressionpositiv, günstig; I haven’t heard one favourable opinion on itich habe noch keine einzige positive Meinung dazu gehört; her request met with a favourable responseihre Bitte stieß auf Zustimmung; most people were favourable to the ideadie meisten Leute standen der Idee positiv gegenüber; she got a favourable mention in the reportsie wurde in dem Bericht lobend erwähnt
(= beneficial) terms, position, dealgünstig, vorteilhaft; comparisonvorteilhaft; moodpositiv; climate, weather, conditionsgünstig (to für); to be given favourable treatmentbevorzugt behandelt werden; to show something in a favourable lightetw in einem günstigen Licht zeigen; an atmosphere favourable to expansionein günstiges Klima für Expansion; on favourable termszu günstigen Bedingungen; conditions are favourable for developmentfür die Entwicklung herrschen günstige Bedingungen

favourable

favorable (Am) [ˈfeɪvrəbl] adj favourable (to sb/sth, for doing sth)favorevole (a qn/qc, a fare qc)

favour

(American) favor (ˈfeivə) noun
1. a kind action. Will you do me a favour and lend me your car?
2. kindness or approval. She looked on him with great favour.
3. preference or too much kindness. By doing that he showed favour to the other side.
4. a state of being approved of. He was very much in favour with the Prime Minister.
verb
to support or show preference for. Which side do you favour?
ˈfavourable adjective , (American) favorable
1. showing approval. Was her reaction favourable or unfavourable?
2. helpful or advantageous. a favourable wind.
ˈfavourably , (American) favorably adverb
ˈfavourite (-rit) , (American) favorite adjective
best-liked; preferred. his favourite city.
noun
a person or thing that one likes best. Of all her paintings that is my favourite.
ˈfavouritism (-ri-) , (American) favoritism noun
preferring or supporting one person etc more than another. I can't be accused of favouritism – I voted for everyone!
in favour of
in support of. I am in favour of higher pay.
in one's favour
to one's benefit or advantage. The wind was in our favour.

favour, noun, ends in -our.
The adjective favourable is also spelt with -our-.