English translation of 'conseiller'
Verb Table transitive verb
1. [personne] to advise
Il a été mal conseillé. He has been badly advised.
conseiller à qn de faire qch to advise sb to do sth
2. [méthode, action] to recommend
conseiller qch à qn to recommend sth to sb
Il m’a conseillé ce livre. He recommended this book to me.
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Example Sentences Including 'conseiller'
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Elles se poursuivront jusqu'au rétablissement de la légalité sur l'ensemble du territoire national ", ajoute le conseiller présidentiel.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
On pense au préfet Grimaud, conseiller pour les affaires de police.Actuel
Par les hasards et les turbulences de la vie professionnelle, j'étais devenue conseiller du président.Les femmes politiques
Samuel Rijik, conseiller RPR de Nanterre : " J'attendais qu'un procès mette en lumière toute la vérité sur ce drame.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
Une perspective confirmée à demi-mot par le conseiller politique du RPR Patrick Devedjian.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
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'conseiller' in Other Languages
British English: advise /ədˈvaɪz/ VERB
If you advise someone to do something, you tell them what you think they should do.
Could you advise me how to use this camera?
- American English: advise
- Arabic: يَنْصَحُ
- Brazilian Portuguese: aconselhar
- Chinese: 忠告
- Croatian: savjetovati
- Czech: poradit
- Danish: råde
- Dutch: aanraden
- European Spanish: aconsejar
- Finnish: neuvoa
- French: conseiller
- German: raten Hinweis/Rat geben
- Greek: συμβουλεύω
- Italian: consigliare
- Japanese: 助言する
- Korean: 조언하다
- Norwegian: råde
- Polish: poradzić
- European Portuguese: aconselhar
- Romanian: a sfătui
- Russian: советовать
- Spanish: aconsejar
- Swedish: råda
- Thai: แนะนำ
- Turkish: tavsiye etme
- Ukrainian: радити
- Vietnamese: khuyên
British English: adviser NOUN
An adviser is an expert whose job is to give advice to another person or to a group of people.
The President and his advisers spent the day in meetings.
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.
British English: counsellor NOUN
A counselor is someone whose job is to give people advice and help them with problems.
Children who have suffered like this should see a counsellor experienced in bereavement.
British English: mentor VERB
To mentor someone means to give them help and advice over a period of time, especially help and advice related to their job.
He had mentored scores of younger doctors.
Nearby words of 'conseiller'
Translation of conseiller from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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