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Translation of "advice" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

advice

noun [U]
 
 
/ədˈvaɪs/
an opinion which someone offers you about what you should do or how you should act in a particular situation
意見;忠告;勸告
Steven gave me some good advice.
斯蒂芬給了我一些好建議。
I think I'll take your advice (= do what you suggest) and get the green dress.
我想,我就聽你的建議,拿這件綠色連衣裙吧。
Can I give you a piece of advice?
你想聽聽我的建議嗎?
I need some advice on which computer to buy.
我需要聽聽別人的意見來決定買哪種電腦。
[+ to infinitive] My advice is to go by train.
我建議坐火車去。
We went to Paris on Sarah's advice.
我們聽從薩拉的建議去了巴黎。
Giving advice
Translations of “advice”
in Arabic نَصيحة…
in Korean 충고…
in Malaysian pandapat…
in French conseil(s)…
in Turkish öğüt, tavsiye, öneri…
in Italian consiglio, consigli…
in Russian совет…
in Polish rada…
in Vietnamese lời khuyên…
in Spanish consejo…
in Portuguese conselho, recomendação…
in Thai คำแนะนำ…
in German der Rat…
in Catalan consell(s)…
in Japanese 助言, アドバイス…
in Indonesian nasihat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意见, 忠告, 劝告…
(Definition of advice from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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