Definition of 'advice'
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She took advice about how to check her flat for bugs or recording devices. Times, Sunday Times (2017)She makes very fair comments and gives good advice. The Sun (2016)People look to you for advice so give it sincerely but tactfully. The Sun (2017)Perhaps it should take his advice on where the sport goes from here. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You just need to go out and ask for advice and go down that route. The Sun (2016)My advice is to give them a miss. The Sun (2016)Nobody with any sense would take sartorial advice from trade union activists. The Sun (2016)Have you any advice about this? Times, Sunday Times (2016)He went on to write two books of financial advice and now owns 150 properties worldwide. The Sun (2017)Your advice is good but ensure it doesn't resemble criticism. The Sun (2016)Your advice is good but it may not make you popular at home at first. The Sun (2006)You should look for expert advice in areas where you feel you may need additional help. Times, Sunday Times (2015)You will have good advice to give but need to be tactful. The Sun (2009)Prisoners had been released against the advice of probation officers. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Others are always asking you for advice whether you know the answer or not. The Sun (2015)The incident is a symbol of how political advice is now an international commodity. Times, Sunday Times (2007)You would need to take legal advice in this case. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Tonight there is sensible advice for parents about social networking sites. Times, Sunday Times (2011)He took my advice in good humour. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He provides advice within his areas of expertise. The Sun (2010)What kind of advice would you give? Christianity Today (2000)He was always ready to give advice when asked and his friendship was totally reliable. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Both sides are now seeking legal advice on how to resolve the wrangle. Times, Sunday Times (2009)But take my advice and do not bother to apply for a licence. Times, Sunday Times (2006)My advice line today about thrilling a man in bed will give you ideas. The Sun (2008)Questions may be edited for reasons of space and advice is given without responsibility. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Watch the comedy of errors for a laugh by all means but be cautious about following their advice. The Sun (2007)We found that our usual process when it comes to giving advice about sensitive areas had not been properly followed. Times, Sunday Times (2015)But investors should take advice from a reputable merchant on the best wines and vintages to buy for a profit. Times, Sunday Times (2006)They ignored advice from planning officers. The Sun (2010)She asks my advice too now; there are times when we really need each other. Times, Sunday Times (2008)While she once looked to him for advice, he now looks to her. Times, Sunday Times (2014)I talk to those two a lot and get a lot of good advice from them. The Sun (2006)
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Translations for 'advice'
British English: advice /ədˈvaɪs/ NOUN
If you give someone advice, you tell them what you think they should do.
Take my advice and stay away from him!
- American English: advice
- Arabic: نَصِيحَة
- Brazilian Portuguese: conselho
- Chinese: 建议
- Croatian: savjet
- Czech: rada
- Danish: råd vejledning
- Dutch: advies
- European Spanish: consejo
- Finnish: neuvo
- French: conseil idée
- German: Ratschlag
- Greek: συμβουλή
- Italian: consiglio
- Japanese: 助言
- Korean: 조언
- Norwegian: råd
- Polish: rada wskazówka
- European Portuguese: conselho
- Romanian: sfat
- Russian: совет наставление
- Spanish: consejo
- Swedish: råd förslag
- Thai: คำแนะนำ
- Turkish: öğüt
- Ukrainian: порада
- Vietnamese: lời khuyên
Definition of advice from the Collins English Dictionary
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