Definition of 'favours'
Example sentences containing 'favours'
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What makes favours special is that if we could pay for them we would. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The deal is that he asks no favours in return. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Perhaps, but he should not expect any favours if he finds himself trying to change a wheel. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The list was produced from information supplied by criminal informants who were seeking favours and a share of the 10,000 reward. The Sun (2015)And he came on demanding not to'be given any special favours '. The Sun (2007)But he expects no favours when they meet in the FA Cup tomorrow. The Sun (2016)
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