favourable


favourable
(BrE) (AmE favorable) adj.
VERBS
be, look, seem
become
remain
consider sth

terms that could hardly be considered favourable

ADVERB
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
exceptionally, highly

She gained a highly favourable impression of the company.

overwhelmingly
especially, particularly
mostly, relatively
broadly (BrE), generally, largely

His proposals met with a largely favourable response.

consistently
PREPOSITION
for

Conditions are now favourable for skiing.

to

The court's verdict was favourable to their client.

Favourable/favorable is used with these nouns: ↑attitude, ↑balance, ↑circumstance, ↑climate, ↑comment, ↑comparison, ↑condition, ↑coverage, ↑environment, ↑feedback, ↑impact, ↑impression, ↑opportunity, ↑outcome, ↑position, ↑publicity, ↑rating, ↑reaction, ↑reception, ↑report, ↑response, ↑result, ↑review, ↑ruling, ↑situation, ↑term, ↑treatment, ↑verdict, ↑view, ↑vote, ↑wind

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  • favourable — /ˈfeɪvərəbəl / (say fayvuhruhbuhl), / vrəbəl/ (say vruhbuhl) adjective 1. affording aid, advantage, or convenience: a favourable position. 2. manifesting favour; inclined to aid or approve. 3. (of an answer) granting what is desired. 4. promising …   Australian English dictionary


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