Portuguese translation of 'counsel'
1. (advice) conselho
2. (lawyer) advogado(‑a)
to counsel sth/sb to do sth aconselhar algo/alguém a fazer algo
counsel for the defence/the prosecution advogado(‑a) m, f de defesa/promotor(a) m, f público(‑a)
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Regardless, Pam was responding well to the advice and counsel of her new friend.WITHOUT REMORSE (2002)
Walter looked at a loss in his own home; at a Bar table there would have been papers to shuffle, junior counsel to consult.YESTERDAY'S SHADOW (2002)
I suppose that's something we have to look at, learned counsel.LOSING IT (2002)
A novice defending counsel could get you off on the grounds of mental incapacity!DISPLACED PERSON (2002)
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'counsel' in Other Languages
British English: counsel NOUN
Counsel is advice.
He had always been able to count on her wise counsel.
British English: counsel VERB
If you counsel someone to take a course of action, or if you counsel a course of action, you advise that course of action.
My advisers counselled me to do nothing.
Translation of counsel from the Collins English to Portuguese Dictionary