Prefer ( verb , verb , verb )

(As a verb)

Prefer ( verb )

To like better; choose rather than.

Origin:

Middle english preferren, from anglo-french preferer, from latin praeferre to carry forward, prefer, from prae- pre- + ferre to carry.

Examples:

  1. He prefers coffee over tea.
  2. She prefers the red dress over the blue one.
  3. He prefers the morning over the night.
  4. She prefers the city over the countryside.
  5. He prefers the warmth over the cold.

(As a verb)

Prefer ( verb )

To like better; choose rather than.

Origin:

Middle english preferren, from anglo-french preferer, from latin praeferre to carry forward, prefer, from prae- pre- + ferre to carry.

Examples:

  1. He prefers coffee over tea.
  2. She prefers the red dress over the blue one.
  3. He prefers the morning over the night.
  4. She prefers the city over the countryside.
  5. He prefers the warmth over the cold.

(As a verb)

Prefer ( verb )

To like better; choose rather than.

Origin:

Middle english preferren, from anglo-french preferer, from latin praeferre to carry forward, prefer, from prae- pre- + ferre to carry.

Examples:

  1. He prefers coffee over tea.
  2. She prefers the red dress over the blue one.
  3. He prefers the morning over the night.
  4. She prefers the city over the countryside.
  5. He prefers the warmth over the cold.
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