简明英汉词典

favorable
[5feiErEbl]
adj.
赞成的, 有利的, 赞许的, 良好的, 讨人喜欢的, 起促进作用的

美国传统词典[双解]

favorable
fa.vor.a.ble
AHD:[f3“v…r-…-b…l, f3v“r…-]
D.J.[6feiv**b*l, 6feivr*-]
K.K.[6fev+*b*l, 6fevr*-]
adj.(形容词)

(1)

Advantageous; helpful:
有利的;有助的:
favorable winds.
顺风

(2)

Encouraging; propitious:
鼓励的;顺利的:
a favorable diagnosis.
顺利的诊断

(3)

Manifesting approval; commendatory:
表示同意的;表扬的:
a favorable report.
赞同的报告

(4)

Winning approval; pleasing:
赢得赞扬的;高兴的:
a favorable impression.
好印象

(5)

Granting what has been desired or requested:
给予的:提供所想要的或要求的:
a favorable reply.
给予答复

(6)

Indulgent or partial:
任性的,偏袒的:
listened with a favorable ear.
以偏袒地心来倾听

继承用法

favorableness
n.(名词)

favorably
adv.(副词)

参考词汇

(1)

favorablepropitiousauspiciousbenignconducive

(2)

These adjectives describe what is indicative of a successful outcome.
这些形容词是对成功结果的表达。

(3)

Favorable can refer to people, conditions, or circumstances that contribute in a positive way to the attainment of a goal:
Favorable 可指人、状况或环境对达到目标起肯定作用:
I hope you will give favorable consideration to my suggestion.
我希望你对我的建议作出肯定的表示。
The performance received a favorable review.
节目受到了赞扬。

(4)

Propitious implies a favorable tendency or inclination:
Propitious 指有利的趋势或倾向:
“Miracles are propitious accidents, the natural causes of which are too complicated to be readily understood” (George Santayana).
“奇迹是有利的事件,是太复杂以致于难于理解的自然原因” (乔治·圣塔亚那)。

(5)

Auspicious refers to what by its favorable nature presages good fortune:
Auspicious 指预示好运的有利因素:
The project had an auspicious beginning.
这个计划有一个良好的开端。

(6)

Benign applies to people or things that exert a beneficial influence:
Benign 指包含一种有利影响的人或事:
“I lingered round them, under that benign sky . . . and wondered how anyone could ever imagine unquiet slumbers, for the sleepers in that quiet earth” (Emily Bront?). Something conducive leads or contributes to a result, often a desirable one:
“我巡视四周,在温和的天空下…想知道谁能想象不宁静的睡眠,为那块安静土地上的安眠者” (埃米莉·勃朗特)。Conductive 指导向或引起结果,通常是有利的事:
“Nothing is more conducive to happiness than the free exercise of the mind in pursuits congenial to it” (Macaulay).
“没有什么能比追求心灵相通的自由操练对快乐更有传导性了” (麦考雷)

现代英汉词典

favorable
[5feIvErEb(E)l]
adj.

(1)

满意的;嘉许的

(2)

有利的;起促进作用的
favorable weather for working outside
有利于室外工作的天气

(3)

(亦作: favourable)

英文相关词典

favorable
adverse    unfavorable    

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

favorable
好意的

美国传统词典

favorable
fa.vor.a.ble
AHD:[f3“v…r-…-b…l, f3v“r…-]
D.J.[6feiv**b*l, 6feivr*-]
K.K.[6fev+*b*l, 6fevr*-]
adj.

(1)

Advantageous; helpful:
favorable winds.

(2)

Encouraging; propitious:
a favorable diagnosis.

(3)

Manifesting approval; commendatory:
a favorable report.

(4)

Winning approval; pleasing:
a favorable impression.

(5)

Granting what has been desired or requested:
a favorable reply.

(6)

Indulgent or partial:
listened with a favorable ear.

继承用法

favorableness
n.

favorably
adv.

参考词汇

(1)

favorable, propitious, auspicious, benign, conducive

(2)

These adjectives describe what is indicative of a successful outcome.

(3)

Favorable can refer to people, conditions, or circumstances that contribute in a positive way to the attainment of a goal:
I hope you will give favorable consideration to my suggestion.
The performance received a favorable review.

(4)

Propitious implies a favorable tendency or inclination:
“Miracles are propitious accidents, the natural causes of which are too complicated to be readily understood” (George Santayana).

(5)

Auspicious refers to what by its favorable nature presages good fortune:
The project had an auspicious beginning.

(6)

Benign applies to people or things that exert a beneficial influence:
“I lingered round them, under that benign sky . . . and wondered how anyone could ever imagine unquiet slumbers, for the sleepers in that quiet earth” (Emily Bront?). Something conducive leads or contributes to a result, often a desirable one:
“Nothing is more conducive to happiness than the free exercise of the mind in pursuits congenial to it” (Macaulay).

英汉法学大词典

favorable
adj.有利 ,优惠

英汉计算机大词典

favorable
adj.有利的(赞成的)

英汉医学大词典

favorable
n.良好的

英汉中医大词典

favorable
n.良好的,顺利的,有利的,良好的

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