简明英汉词典

in favor of
adv.
赞同, 有利于

美国传统词典[双解]

favor
fa.vor
AHD:[f3“v…r]
D.J.[6feiv*]
K.K.[6fev+]
n.(名词)

(1)

A gracious, friendly, or obliging act that is freely granted:
亲切:自然流露出的仁慈的、友爱的、恩惠的行为:
do someone a favor.
帮助人

(2)

Friendly or favorable regard; approval or support:
好感,喜爱:友好的或喜爱的看法;赞扬或支持:
won the favor of the monarch; looked with favor on the plan.
赢得君王的好感;赞同这个计划

(3)

A state of being held in such regard:
喜爱:被喜欢的状态:
a style currently in favor.
现今流行的款式

(4)

Unfair partiality; favoritism.
偏爱:不公正地喜欢;偏袒

(5)

A privilege or concession.
特权,特许

(6)

favors Sexual privileges, especially as granted by a woman.
favors 以身相许:性权利,尤指女人给男人的

(7)

Something given as a token of love, affection, or remembrance.
信物,纪念品:作为爱、喜爱或纪念的一种标志

(8)

A small decorative gift given to each guest at a party.
礼物:晚会上送给客人的装饰小礼品

(9)

Advantage; benefit:
好处;有利:
sailed under favor of cloudless skies.
在天空无云的帮助下飞行

(10)

Behalf; interest:
利益;益处:
an error in our favor.
对我方有益的错误

(11)

Obsolete A communication, especially a letter.
【废语】 通讯,尤指信函

(12)

Archaic
【古语】

(13)

Aspect or appearance.
模样,面貌

(14)

Countenance; face.
容貌;脸部

(15)

Obsolete A facial feature.
【废语】 面貌特征
v.(动词)
fa.voredfa.vor.ingfa.vors
v.tr.(及物动词)

(1)

To perform a kindness or service for; oblige.See Synonyms at oblige
给予:对…仁慈,为…服务;帮忙参见 oblige

(2)

To treat or regard with friendship, approval, or support.
关照,赞成:友好、赞同、支持地对待

(3)

To be partial to; indulge a liking for:
偏爱:偏袒;放纵对…的喜爱:
favors bright colors.
偏爱亮色

(4)

To be or tend to be in support of.
赞成:支持,趋向于支持

(5)

To make easier or more possible; facilitate:
协助,便于:使更容易或更有可能;协助:
Darkness favored their escape.
黑暗掩护他们逃跑

(6)

To treat with care; be gentle with:
关怀:关心地对待;对…温柔:
favored my wounded leg.
关注我受伤的腿

(7)

Chiefly Southern U.S. To resemble in appearance:
【多用于美国南部】 面貌相似:
She favors her father.
她酷似乃父
v.intr.Chiefly Southern U.S. (不及物动词)【多用于美国南部】
To resemble another in appearance:
相象:与另一个在面貌上相仿:
She and her father favor.
她和她父亲容貌相象

习惯用语

in favor of

(1)

In support of; approving:
支持;赞同:
We are in favor of her promotion to president.
我们赞成她升为总裁

(2)

To the advantage of:
有利于:
The court decided in favor of the plaintiff.
法庭的判决有利于原告

(3)

Inscribed or made out to the benefit of:
以…为受款人:以…为受款人而写上或题上:
a check in favor of a charity.
以一个慈善机构为受款人的票据

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin
源自 拉丁语

(4)

from fav?e [to be favorable]
源自 fav?e [成为有利的]

继承用法

favorer
n.(名词)

favoringly
adv.(副词)

注释
When a Southerner favors a relative, he or she is not giving that person special privileges; rather, the Southerner looks like that relative. Favor can be either transitive— She favors her father — or intransitive with a compound subject: She and her father favor. This sense of favor goes back to early modern English: “This young lord Chamont/Favors my mother” (Ben Jonson). The verb derives from the noun favor, which was used from the 15th to the 19th century to mean “appearance, aspect; the countenance, face”: “What makes thy favor like the bloodless head/Fall'n on the block?” (Tennyson). This sense of the noun is now archaic, but the verb thrives in the English of the Southern United States.
当一个南方人favors 一个亲属, 他(或她)不是给这个人特权;而是这个南方人长得像那个亲属。Favor 可以是及物的—— 她像她父亲—— 或不及物的,与复合主语连用: 她和她父亲相象。 Favor 的这种含义可以上溯到早期的现代英语: “这个年轻的贵族像我妈妈” (本·杰森)。这动词来源于名词favor, 在15世纪到19世纪被作为“外貌,样子;面貌,脸部”的意思用:“什么使你的脸毫无血色,脑袋耷拉下来?” (坦尼森)。名词的这一用法现在已经陈旧了,但动词仍在美国南部英语中流行

现代英汉词典

favor
[5feIvE(r)]
n.

(1)

好感;厚爱

(2)

偏袒;偏爱

(3)

恩惠;善意的行为
May I ask you a favor?
我可以请您帮个忙吗?
Will you do me a favor and phone for me?
你能否帮个忙给我打个电话?

(4)

(用以表示属于某一政党或支持某一足球队的)徽章,丝带

习惯用语

in favor of
赞成;支持
I am in favor of stopping work now.
我赞成现在停止工作。

in favor of
(开支票)付与
draw a check in favor of Warner
开一张向沃纳付款的支票

词性变化

favor
vt.

(1)

赞同,赞成

(2)

帮助;促进

(3)

(容貌)像,似
The child favors his father with his brown eyes.
这个孩子的棕色眼睛像他的父亲。

(4)

(亦作: favour)

美国传统词典

favor
fa.vor
AHD:[f3“v…r]
D.J.[6feiv*]
K.K.[6fev+]
n.

(1)

A gracious, friendly, or obliging act that is freely granted:
do someone a favor.

(2)

Friendly or favorable regard; approval or support:
won the favor of the monarch; looked with favor on the plan.

(3)

A state of being held in such regard:
a style currently in favor.

(4)

Unfair partiality; favoritism.

(5)

A privilege or concession.

(6)

favors Sexual privileges, especially as granted by a woman.

(7)

Something given as a token of love, affection, or remembrance.

(8)

A small decorative gift given to each guest at a party.

(9)

Advantage; benefit:
sailed under favor of cloudless skies.

(10)

Behalf; interest:
an error in our favor.

(11)

Obsolete A communication, especially a letter.

(12)

Archaic

(13)

Aspect or appearance.

(14)

Countenance; face.

(15)

Obsolete A facial feature.
v.
fa.vored, fa.vor.ing, fa.vors
v.tr.

(1)

To perform a kindness or service for; oblige.See Synonyms at oblige

(2)

To treat or regard with friendship, approval, or support.

(3)

To be partial to; indulge a liking for:
favors bright colors.

(4)

To be or tend to be in support of.

(5)

To make easier or more possible; facilitate:
Darkness favored their escape.

(6)

To treat with care; be gentle with:
favored my wounded leg.

(7)

Chiefly Southern U.S. To resemble in appearance:
She favors her father.
v.intr.Chiefly Southern U.S.
To resemble another in appearance:
She and her father favor.

习惯用语

in favor of

(1)

In support of; approving:
We are in favor of her promotion to president.

(2)

To the advantage of:
The court decided in favor of the plaintiff.

(3)

Inscribed or made out to the benefit of:
a check in favor of a charity.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin

(4)

from fav?e [to be favorable]

继承用法

favorer
n.

favoringly
adv.

注释
When a Southerner favors a relative, he or she is not giving that person special privileges; rather, the Southerner looks like that relative. Favor can be either transitive— She favors her father — or intransitive with a compound subject: She and her father favor. This sense of favor goes back to early modern English: “This young lord Chamont/Favors my mother” (Ben Jonson). The verb derives from the noun favor, which was used from the 15th to the 19th century to mean “appearance, aspect; the countenance, face”: “What makes thy favor like the bloodless head/Fall'n on the block?” (Tennyson). This sense of the noun is now archaic, but the verb thrives in the English of the Southern United States.

英汉环境大词典

in favor of
n.赞成,支持,有利于

英汉化学大词典

in favor of
prep.赞成,支持,有利于

英汉经贸大词典

in favor of
n.赞成,支持,有利于

英汉计算机大词典

in favor of
prep.赞成(支持,有利于

英汉能源大词典

in favor of
n.赞成,支持,有利于

电子邮件: 版权所有 一切网及原始资料出版社Copyright © 2004