Definition of 'guide'
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My guide didn't seem at all surprised that I knew you, by the way. LIRAEL: DAUGHTER OF THE CLAYR (2001)According to my briefing, there would be a guide, somewhere. MOONDROP TO MURDER (2001)Looking for landmarks to guide us back, we moved carefully towards the distant light that signalled a facility of some sort. C B GREENFIELD - A LITTLE MADNESS (2001)
They'd felt safe because they were traveling with a guide who knew the area and, presumably, the dangers. A KING'S RANSOM (2001)
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Translations for 'guide'
British English: guide /ɡaɪd/ NOUN
A guide is a book hat gives you information or instructions to help you do or understand something.
He found a step-by-step guide to building your own home.
- American English: guide
- Arabic: مُرْشِد
- Brazilian Portuguese: guia
- Chinese: 领路人
- Croatian: vodič
- Czech: průvodce
- Danish: guide
- Dutch: gids
- European Spanish: guía
- Finnish: opas
- French: guide personne
- German: Führer
- Greek: οδηγός
- Italian: guida punto di riferimento
- Japanese: ガイド
- Korean: 안내자
- Norwegian: guide
- Polish: przewodnik osoba
- European Portuguese: guia
- Romanian: ghid
- Russian: руководство
- Spanish: guía lo que orienta
- Swedish: guide
- Thai: คู่มือ
- Turkish: rehber turizm
- Ukrainian: гід
- Vietnamese: hướng dẫn viên
British English: guide VERB
If you guide someone around a city, museum, or building, you show it to them and explain points of interest.
...a young Egyptologist who guided us through tombs and temples with enthusiasm.
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