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guidance

noun [U]
 
 
/ˈɡaɪdəns/
help and advice about how to do something or to deal with problems: give/offer/provide guidance (to sb) The website offers guidance to employers on employment law.guidance on sth The first chapter gives guidance on how to make the best use of existing staff. Freelance staff have been brought in to help develop software systems under Chris's guidance.
FINANCE written information that a company gives about its probable financial results for a particular period, before the period has ended: to provide/give/issue guidancequarterly/full-year guidance There are only a few companies that don't issue quarterly earnings guidance.
Translations of “guidance”
in Korean 지도…
in Arabic إرشاد…
in Portuguese orientação…
in Catalan orientació…
in Japanese 案内, 指導, ガイダンス…
in Italian consigli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 指導, 引導, (導彈或火箭的)制導,導引…
in Russian руководство…
in Turkish önderlik, yardım, öğüt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 指导, 引导, (导弹或火箭的)制导…
in Polish porada, pomoc…
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