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US [ˈfeɪv(ə)rɪt]
UK [ˈfeɪv(ə)rət]
  • n.特别喜爱的人(或事物);受宠的人;得到偏爱的人
  • adj.特别受喜爱的
  • Web最喜欢的;最喜爱的;特别喜欢的
Plural Form:favourites  
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adj.
1.
特别受喜爱的liked more than others of the same kind
It's one of my favourite movies.
这是我特别喜欢的电影之一。
Who is your favourite writer?
谁是你特别喜欢的作家?
January is my least favourite month.
一月是我最不喜欢的月份。
IDM
sbs favourite son
故乡的骄子(可指演员、政治家、运动员等)a performer, politician, sports player, etc., who is popular where they were born
(美国大选第一阶段)本州支持的总统候选人(in the US) a candidate for president who is supported by his or her own state in the first part of a campaign
n.
1.
特别喜爱的人(或事物)a person or thing that you like more than the others of the same type
These biscuits are great favourites with the children.
孩子们特别喜欢这种饼干。
This song is a particular favourite of mine.
我尤其喜爱这首歌曲。
The band played all my old favourites .
乐队演奏了所有我最喜欢的老曲子。
Which one's your favourite?
你最喜欢哪一个?
The programme has become a firm favourite with young people.
这个节目已着实赢得了年轻人的喜爱。
2.
受宠的人;得到偏爱的人a person who is liked better by sb and receives better treatment than others
She loved all her grandchildren but Ann was her favourite.
她爱所有的孙儿孙女,但最宠安。
3.
(比赛中)被认为最有希望的获胜者the horse, runner, team, etc. that is expected to win
The favourite came third.
那个有望夺魁者得了第三名。
Her horse is the hot favourite for the race.
她的马在这次赛马中夺魁的呼声最高。
AC Milan, the hot favourites to win the Champions League
AC 米兰队,欧洲冠军联赛的夺标大热门
4.
(取得职位等的)最有希望者the person who is expected by most people to get a particular job or position
She's the favourite for the job.
她最有希望得到这份工作。
She's the favourite to succeed him as leader.
她最有希望接替他成为领导人。

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