Synonyms of 'favour'
a courteous act or remark
If you're not coming, at least do me the courtesy of letting me know.
something, esp. a medal, conferred as a mark of honour
He was awarded several military decorations.
to choose (someone) to fill a position by voting for him or her
The people have voted to elect a new president.
to stimulate (something or someone) by approval or help
Their task is to encourage private investment in Russia.
adoption or support
the leadership's espousal of the causes of reform and nationalism
to adopt or give support to (a cause, ideal, etc.)
She ran away to Mexico and espoused the revolutionary cause.
to make easier the progress of
The new airport will facilitate the development of tourism.
fancy (British, informal)
to be physically attracted to (another person)
I think he thinks I fancy him.
something given to someone
a gift of $50,000
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Thesaurus for favour from the Collins English Thesaurus