Definition of 'counsel'
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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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Translations for 'counsel'
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.
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