Tesauro Inglês

Sinônimos de guide

(substantivo) 
Definition
a book that explains the basics of a subject or skill
Our 10-page guide will help you change your life for the better.
Sinônimos
handbook
It would be wise to purchase a handbook on the subject.
,
manual
the instruction manual
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guidebook
They published a series of guidebooks to American politics.
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instructions
,
(substantivo) 
These restaurants are all highly rated in the guide.
Sinônimos
,
street map
(substantivo) 
Definition
a person who leads travellers to a place, usually in a dangerous area
With guides, the journey can be done in fourteen days.
Sinônimos
escort
My sister needed an escort for a company dinner.
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leader
the leader of the Conservative Party
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controller
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attendant
He was working as a car-park attendant.
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usher
He did part-time work as an usher in a theatre.
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chaperon
,
cicerone (literary)
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torchbearer
,
dragoman
(substantivo) 
He was spiritual guide to a group of young monks.
Sinônimos
adviser
a careers adviser
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teacher
I'm a teacher with 21 years' experience.
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guru
He set himself up as a faith healer and spiritual guru.
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mentor
She has sacked her coach and mentor and is now relying on her father.
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monitor
Government monitors will continue to accompany reporters.
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counsellor
(substantivo) 
Definition
something that can be used to gauge something or to help in planning one's actions
Our only guide was the stars overhead.
Sinônimos
pointer
Sunday's elections should be a pointer to the public mood.
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sign
His face and movements rarely betrayed any sign of nerves.
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signal
The event was seen as a signal of support.
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key
The key to success is to be ready from the start.
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clue
Scientists have discovered a clue that may unlock the puzzle.
a vital clue to the killer's identity
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marker
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beacon
The full moon beams like a beacon in the clear sky.
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signpost
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guiding light
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(substantivo) 
Definition
something that can be used to gauge something or to help in planning one's actions
The checklist serves as a guide to students, teachers, and parents.
Sinônimos
model
the Chinese model of economic reform
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example
This piece is a perfect example of symphonic construction.
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standard
systems that were by later standards absurdly primitive
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ideal
the ideal of beauty in those days
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master
her mission to meet her spiritual master
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inspiration
She was very impressive and a great inspiration to all.
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paradigm
He was the paradigm of the self-made man.
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exemplar
They viewed their new building as an exemplar of taste.
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lodestar
She was the one lodestar of his life.
(verbo) 
Definition
to lead the way for (tourists or travellers)
She took the bewildered man by the arm and guided him out.
Sinônimos
lead
He led him into the house.
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direct
A guard directed them to the right.
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escort
I escorted him to the door.
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conduct
He asked if he might conduct us to the ball.
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pilot
Local fishermen piloted the boats.
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accompany
Ken agreed to accompany me on a trip to Africa.
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steer
Nick steered them into the nearest seats.
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shepherd
She was shepherded by her guards up the rear ramp of the aircraft.
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convoy
He ordered the combined fleet to convoy troops to Naples.
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usher
They were quickly ushered away.
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show the way
(verbo) 
Definition
to control the movement or course of
She guided the plane down the runway and took off.
Sinônimos
steer
What is it like to steer a ship of this size?
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control
He now controls the largest retail development empire in southern California.
You should not let other people control you.
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manage
Her daughter couldn't manage the horse.
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direct
She will direct day-to-day operations.
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handle
One report said the aircraft would become difficult to handle.
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command
the French general who commands the UN troops in the region
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manoeuvre
We attempted to manoeuvre the canoe closer to him.
(verbo) 
Definition
to influence (a person) in his or her actions or opinions
He should have let his instinct guide him.
Sinônimos
supervise
He supervised and trained more than 400 volunteers.
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train
We train them in bricklaying and other building techniques.
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rule
the feudal lord who ruled this land
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teach
a programme to teach educational skills
She taught me to read.
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influence
What you eat may influence your risk of getting cancer.
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advise
He advises university graduates on money matters.
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counsel
My advisors counselled me to do nothing.
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govern
They go to the polls on Friday to choose the people they want to govern their country.
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educate
She was educated at a local school.
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regulate
a powerful body to regulate the stock market
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instruct
He instructs family members in nursing techniques.
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oversee
Get a surveyor to oversee and inspect the various stages of the work.
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sway
Don't ever be swayed by fashion.
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superintend
During the interval, he superintended a prize draw.

Sinônimos adicionais

in the sense of accompany
Definition
to go with (someone)
Ken agreed to accompany me on a trip to Africa.
Sinônimos
go with,
hold (someone's) hand,
chaperon
in the sense of advise
He advises university graduates on money matters.
Sinônimos
give guidance,
give tips,
offer suggestions,
give counselling,
offer opinions
in the sense of attendant
Definition
a person who assists, guides, or provides a service
He was working as a car-park attendant.

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