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do somebody/something no favours,

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdo somebody/something no favours, do somebody/something no favoursdo somebody/something no favours, not do somebody/something any favours to do something that makes someone or something look worse than they are, or that does not help at all Low interest rates don’t do savers any favours. favour
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