- 起促进作用的， 有助于…的
- 赞许的,赞同的 approving
- 有利的,顺利的 helpful, advantageous
encouraging or approving or pleasing;
"a favorable reply"
"he received a favorable rating"
"listened with a favorable ear"
"made a favorable impression"
(of winds or weather) tending to promote or facilitate;
"the days were fair and the winds were favorable"
occurring at a convenient or suitable time;
"an opportune time to receive guests"
presaging or likely to bring good luck;
"a favorable time to ask for a raise"
"a prosperous moment to make a decision"
- The play got a favourable reception from the critics.
- It is hard to view his conduct in a favourable light.
- They suppressed news that was not favourable to them.
- He made a favourable impression on his future colleagues.
- Does the BBC World Service project a favourable view of Great Britain?
- It's encouraging to receive a favourable report on one's study.
- The new manager has created a very favourable impression.
- The company will lend you money on very favourable terms.
- We found that most people are favourable to the idea.
- Circumstances are not quite favourable to us.
- The wind is favourable for setting sail.
- favourable impression 良好的印象
- favourable comment 好评
- favourable trade balance 贸易顺差
- favourable terms 优惠条件
- favourable balance of trade 贸易顺差
- favourable price 优惠价格
- favourable prognosis 预后良好
- favourable weather 有利天气
- favourable balance of international payments 国际收支顺差...
- favourable balance 顺差
- favourable wind 顺风
Happier the man whom favourable stars Allots thee for his lovely bedfellow.出自：Taming of Shrew , Shakespeare
King Swegen was lending a favourable ear to their prayers.出自： E. A. Freeman