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  1. disfavour

    • IPA[dɪsˈfeɪvə]


    • n.
      disapproval or dislike;the state of being disliked
    • v.
      put at a disadvantage or treat as undesirable
    • verb: disfavour, 3rd person present: disfavours, gerund or present participle: disfavouring, past tense: disfavoured, past participle: disfavoured

    • noun: disfavour

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞


    • 1. disapproval or dislike the headmaster regarded her with disfavour
    • the state of being disliked coal fell into disfavour because steam engines are noisy and polluting


    • 1. put at a disadvantage or treat as undesirable the system favours those who employ less labour and disfavours those who employ more
    • n.
      disapproval or dislike: the headmaster regarded her with disfavor
    • v.
      regard or treat (someone or something) with disfavor: the hypothesis was favored and disfavored by approximately equal numbers of scientists

    Oxford American Dictionary

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