favourably

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English - Turkish
uygun olarak
hoşnutlulukla
uygun/olumlu şekilde
tercihen
favourable
{s} olumlu

Film olumlu eleştiriler aldı. - The film received favourable criticism.

Durum olumlu görünüyor. - The condition looks favourable.

favorable
{s} lehte
favour
iyilik etmek
favorable
{s} uygun

Deneyiminiz profesyonel başarı yolunuz için uygundur. - Your experience is favorable for your professional way of success.

Gemimiz uygun rüzgarla denize açıldı. - Our ship sailed by favorable wind.

favour
kayırmak
favourable
lehte
favorable
olumlu

Senin oyununla ilgili olumlu eleştiriler gelecek basımda görünecek. - A favorable review of your play will appear in the next issue.

Olumlu yanıtını sabırsızlıkla bekliyorum. - I'm looking forward to receiving your favorable answer.

favour
iyilik

Bana bir iyilik yapar mısınız, lütfen? - Could you do me a favour please?

Size iyilik yapmaya çalışıyorum. - I'm trying to do you a favour.

favour
lütuf
favorable
elverişli
favorable
müsait
favourable
{s} uygun

Bu, Rusya'da seyahat etmek için en uygun dönemdir. - This is the most favourable period for travelling in Russia.

favour
(Hukuk) tarafını tutma
favorable
avantajlı
favourable
güzel
favorable
{s} iyi niyetli
favorable
hoşa giden
favour
uygun görmek
favour
vermek
favour
ata
favour
onay
favour
yakınlık
favour
güleryüz
favour
(Kanun) kollamak
favour
kayra
favour
yüreklendirmek
favour
hediye sürpriz
favour
onaylamak
favour
kabul etmek
favour
atiyye
favour
(Kanun) hoşgörmek
favour
(Kanun) taraf tutmak
favour
himmet
favour
lütfetmek
favour
destek

Ben önerini destekliyorum. - I am in favour of your proposal.

favour
kerem
favour
taraf
favour
dostça davranış
favourable
iyi niyetli
interpret favourably
hayra yormak
favour
onaylama
favour
desteklemek
favour
{f} lütfet
favour
kayırma
favour
iltimas
favour
lehinde olmak
favour
yardım
favour
iltimas etmek
favour
yanında olmak
favour
{i} teveccüh
favourable
elverişli

Her şahsın çalışmaya, işini serbestçe seçmeye, adil ve elverişli çalışma şartlarına ve işsizlikten korunmaya hakkı vardır. - Everyone has the right to work, to free choice of employment, to just and favourable conditions of work and to protection against unemployment.

favorable
münasip
favorable
tatminkâr

Onun yeni kitabı tatminkar bir alışla karşılaştı. - His new book met with a favorable reception.

Sizden tatminkar bir yanıt almayı dört gözle bekliyorum. - I'm looking forward to receiving a favorable answer from you.

favorable
favorably Lehinde
favorable
yolunda
favorable
lütufkâr
favorable
{s} faydalı
favorable
güzel

Hava güzel olması koşuluyla, katılım iyi olmalı. - Attendance should be good provided the weather is favorable.

favorable
iyi

Hava güzel olması koşuluyla, katılım iyi olmalı. - Attendance should be good provided the weather is favorable.

favorable
{s} taraftar
favorable
evla
favour
şereflendirmek
favour
{i} beğenilme
favour
şeref nişanı
favour
{i} sevilme
favour
i., f., İng., bak. favor
favour
{i} taraftarlık
favour
tutmak
favour
yardımda bulunmak
favour
benze/kayır/onayla
favour
benzemek
favour
{i} hediye (sürpriz)
favour
rozet/iltimas/onay
favour
{i} koruma
favour
dikkat göstermek
favour
{i} ayrıcalık
favourable
uygun/olumlu
favourable
{s} avantajlı
favourable
{s} tatminkâr
favourable
{s} taraftar
favourable
{s} faydalı
English - English
In a favourable manner

She looked favourably on people who gave freely their assistance.

showing approval; "he reviewed the play favorably"
approvingly, kindly, in a well-disposed manner (also favorably)
favorable
pleasing, encouraging or approving

The candidate wearing the business suite made a favorable impression.

favour
A piece of help, usually to be repaid

I need a favour. Could you lend me 5 dollars til tomorrow, please?.

favour
To do a favour (noun sense 1) for; to show beneficence toward
favorable
{a} propitious, kind, gracious, tender
Favorable
kind
Favourable
good
favorable
at a convenient or suitable time; "an opportune time to receive guests"
favorable
prosperous
favorable
hospitable
favorable
having more advantage
favorable
{s} positive, approving; likable; helpful, encouraging; promising; desirable (also favourable)
favorable
the American spelling of favourable
favorable
favorably disposed; not antagonistic; "a government favorable to our interests
favorable
encouraging or approving or pleasing; "a favorable reply"; "he received a favorable rating"; "listened with a favorable ear"; "made a favorable impression"
favorable
Full of favor; favoring; manifesting partiality; kind; propitious; friendly
favorable
  Favorable soil features for the specified use
favorable
granting what has been desired or requested; "a favorable reply"; "a positive answer" very favorable or advantageous; "a golden opportunity" at a convenient or suitable time; "an opportune time to receive guests" (of winds or weather) tending to promote or facilitate; "the days were fair and the winds were favorable" encouraging or approving or pleasing; "a favorable reply"; "he received a favorable rating"; "listened with a favorable ear"; "made a favorable impression" favorably disposed; not antagonistic; "a government favorable to our interests
favorable
Beautiful; well-favored
favorable
Conducive; contributing; tending to promote or facilitate; advantageous; convenient
favorable
auspicious or lucky
favorable
convenient or at a suitable time; opportune
favorable
very favorable or advantageous; "a golden opportunity"
favorable
tending to favor or bring good luck; "miracles are auspicious accidents"; "encouraging omens"; "a favorable time to ask for a raise"; "lucky stars"; "a prosperous moment to make a decision"
favorable
useful or helpful
favorable
See: Vulnerability conditions
favorable
favorably disposed; not antagonistic; "a government favorable to our interests"
favorable
(of winds or weather) tending to promote or facilitate; "the days were fair and the winds were favorable"
favorable
granting what has been desired or requested; "a favorable reply"; "a positive answer"
favour
souvenir consisting of a small gift given to a guest at a party
favour
fa·vour favours favouring favoured in AM, use favor
favour
If something is in your favour, it helps you or gives you an advantage. Firms are trying to shift the balance of power in the labour market back in their favour
favour
an advantage to the benefit of someone or something; "the outcome was in his favor"
favour
If you do someone a favour, you do something for them even though you do not have to. I've come to ask you to do me a favour
favour
{i} kindness; approval; bias, prejudice; preferential treatment; small gift; ribbon, badge of loyalty (also favor)
favour
consider as the favorite; "The local team was favored"
favour
a feeling of favorable regard
favour
If someone or something is in favour, people like or support them. If they are out of favour, people no longer like or support them
favour
To look upon fondly; to prefer
favour
an inclination to approve; "that style is in favor this season"
favour
If you regard something or someone with favour, you like or support them. It remains to be seen if the show will still find favour with a 1990s audience No one would look with favour on the continuing military rule He has won favour with a wide range of interest groups
favour
bestow a privilege upon
favour
If you favour someone, you treat them better or in a kinder way than you treat other people. The Government came under fire yesterday for favouring elitist arts groups in the South-east
favour
If you are in favour of something, you support it and think that it is a good thing. I wouldn't be in favour of income tax cuts Yet this is a Government which proclaims that it is all in favour of openness The vote passed with 111 in favour and 25 against
favour
an act of gracious kindness
favour
If you favour something, you prefer it to the other choices available. The French say they favour a transition to democracy He favours bringing the UN into touch with `modern realities'
favour
A piece of help
favour
promote over another; "he favors his second daughter"
favour
If one thing is rejected in favour of another, the second thing is done or chosen instead of the first. The policy was rejected in favour of a more cautious approach
favour
treat gently or carefully
favour
If someone makes a judgment in your favour, they say that you are right about something. If the commission rules in Mr Welch's favour the case will go to the European Court of Human Rights
favourable
{s} positive, approving; likable; helpful, encouraging; promising; desirable (also favorable)
favourable
If something makes a favourable impression on you or is favourable to you, you like it and approve of it. His ability to talk tough while eating fast made a favourable impression on his dining companions These terms were favourable to India. = positive, good
favourable
tending to favor or bring good luck; "miracles are auspicious accidents"; "encouraging omens"; "a favorable time to ask for a raise"; "lucky stars"; "a prosperous moment to make a decision"
favourable
(of winds or weather) tending to promote or facilitate; "the days were fair and the winds were favorable"
favourable
useful or helpful
favourable
fa·vour·able in AM, use favorable1. If your opinion or your reaction is favourable to something, you agree with it and approve of it. His recently completed chapel for Fitzwilliam is attracting favourable comment The commission is cautiously favourable to Austrian membership, foreseeing few economic problems
favourable
Favourable conditions make something more likely to succeed or seem more attractive. It's believed the conditions in which the elections are being held are too favourable to the government. favourable weather conditions
favourable
convenient or at a suitable time; opportune
favourable
pleasing, encouraging or approving
favourable
auspicious or lucky
favourable
at a convenient or suitable time; "an opportune time to receive guests"
favourable
encouraging or approving or pleasing; "a favorable reply"; "he received a favorable rating"; "listened with a favorable ear"; "made a favorable impression"
favourable
If you make a favourable comparison between two things, you say that the first is better than or as good as the second. The film bears favourable technical comparison with Hollywood productions costing 10 times as much
favourably
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