a. 有用的, 良好的, 赞成的, 顺利的
[医] 良好的, 顺利的
a encouraging or approving or pleasing
a (of winds or weather) tending to promote or facilitate
s occurring at a convenient or suitable time
s presaging or likely to bring good luck
I will not trade favours for favourable coverage.
But you have to do me a favour, mate.
If it is a favour to you, then I accept.
I'll do 20 and that's doing you a favour.
And in return, I might do you a favour.
They actually look after me. I did them a favour once.
Geoffrey. I'm here to ask a favour of you.
Do me a favour and hit me over the head again.
So, what can I do for you? It's only a tiny favour.
So I've done you a favour in return.