There are also those who prefer shredded potatoes versus ground-up potatoes.
Some prefer the terms “gender diverse” or “gender-nonconforming.”
Maybe I'd prefer to have a press conference today, and take questions tomorrow.'
Whether you prefer Cruz or Christie likely depends on your political and cultural leanings.
Women like Santorum, Catholics prefer Romney, and other counterintuitive Super Tuesday results.
Yet if it suits you just as well, I'd prefer to have you say it up in the open.
It may be that he can prefer thee to some post about the minster.
I prefer two-year-old grafts, the more fibrous roots the better.
It is on Mr. Haley's account that I prefer to keep it secret.
He would, therefore, be much obliged to Adams for remembering that he should prefer being at the court of France.
late 14c., "to put forward or advance in rank or fortune, to promote," from Old French preferer (14c.) and directly from Latin praeferre "place or set before, carry in front," from prae "before" (see pre-) + ferre "to carry, to place" (see infer). Meaning "to esteem (something) more than others" also is recorded from late 14c. Original sense in English is preserved in preferment.