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in somebody’s favour

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishin somebody’s favourin somebody’s favourSUPPORT A PERSON, GROUP, OR PLANif something is in someone’s favour, it gives them an advantage over someone else Conditions on court are very much in Williams’ favour. The new rules should actually work in your favor. Duncan had his height and weight in his favour during the fight.the odds are (stacked) in somebody’s favour (=someone has a big advantage) favour
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