French translation of 'disfavour'
(dɪsˈfeɪvəʳ) (British) or disfavor (US)
défaveur fto view sth with disfavour
voir qch d'un mauvais œilto fall into disfavour
tomber en disgrâce
Example Sentences Including 'disfavour'
Progress was a word long in disfavour , yet not entirely banished from court.Somewhere East of Life
She looked with disfavour at the blonde suite, and fetched a kitchen chair for herself.In Remembrance of Rose
The power of the Press, seen as the common man's defence against the force of princes and beings, worked in her disfavour.THE PRESIDENT'S CHILD (2003)
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Translation of disfavour from the Collins English to French Dictionary