- disapproval or dislike；the state of being disliked
- 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
- 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
- disapproval or dislike: the headmaster regarded her with disfavor
- regard or treat (someone or something) with disfavor: the hypothesis was favored and disfavored by approximately equal numbers of scientists
Oxford American Dictionary
打入冷宮的英文為 in the dog house 英解 - to fall into someone's disfavor 中解 - 狗兒不聽話，主人一氣之下只好把牠趕出屋外，讓牠自己待在狗窩裡...
得了便宜還賣乖 意思是明明佔了便宜, 還假裝受到冤屈; 「乖」是「背離; 不利」之意, 「賣」是巧言表達之意. 英文翻譯: to gain a favor and yet call it a disfavor to pretend being mistreated after gaining a favor
...不順眼或反感，不要加。 Don't joint me if you feel dislike or disfavor. # 看到我上線你會一陣興奮，好吧，讓你加。 To see me online...