adj [only before noun]
receiving special attention, help, or treatment, sometimes in an unfair way
a list of favoured customers
China's most-favored-nation trading status with the US
chosen or preferred by many people
Brittany is a favoured holiday destination for families.
a favoured team, player etc is one that is expected to win
be favoured to do sth
Silva is favoured to win a medal in the marathon.
having desirable qualities
a house in a favoured position on a hill
1. But Fortune´s favoured children belong to the second class. 但是，“命运的宠儿”属于第二类型的人。
2. But Fortune´s favoured children belong to the second class. 但是，命运之神的宠儿是第二类人，
3. The debate was over whether to go ahead with Overlord in the spring of 1944, as the Russians and Americans favoured, or possibly to postpone the invasion for the sake of operations in the Mediterranean, as the British proposed. 辩论是针对是在1944年的春天像苏联和美国所赞成的那样继续进行“霸王”行动，还是如英国所提议的由于地中海地区军事行动的缘故可能推迟登陆。