preference (Meaning)

Wordnet

preference (n)

a strong liking

a predisposition in favor of something

the right or chance to choose

grant of favor or advantage to one over another (especially to a country or countries in matters of international trade, such as levying duties)

Synonyms & Antonyms of preference

preference Sentence Examples

  1. I have a slight preference for coffee over tea.
  2. The students demonstrated a clear preference for math over science.
  3. The manager has a strong preference for candidates with prior experience.
  4. Despite her initial hesitation, she ultimately gave preference to the more experienced applicant.
  5. Among the three options, the blue shirt was my definite preference.
  6. The restaurant's preference for fresh, local ingredients was evident in the delicious dishes.
  7. His preference for solitude made him an unlikely candidate for the team.
  8. She had a distinct preference for the color green, which was reflected in her wardrobe and home décor.
  9. The company's preference for hiring from within fostered a sense of loyalty among employees.
  10. The doctor's preference for conservative treatment led him to recommend surgery only as a last resort.

FAQs About the word preference

a strong liking, a predisposition in favor of something, the right or chance to choose, grant of favor or advantage to one over another (especially to a country

favorite, cup of tea, pet, fave,darling, speed, beloved, sweetheart, treasure, prize

anathema, bugbear,anathema, abomination, abomination, bugbear,bête noire,bête noire,

I have a slight preference for coffee over tea.

The students demonstrated a clear preference for math over science.

The manager has a strong preference for candidates with prior experience.

Despite her initial hesitation, she ultimately gave preference to the more experienced applicant.