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Translation of "guide" - English-Spanish dictionary

guide

verb /ɡaid/
to lead, direct or show the way
guiar, dirigir
I don’t know how to get to your house – I’ll need someone to guide me Your comments guided me in my final choice.
to control the movement of
guiar
The teacher guided the child’s hand as she wrote.
guidance noun advice towards doing something
orientación, consejo
a project prepared under the guidance of the professor.
guide dog noun a dog that is trained to guide a blind person; Seeing Eye Dog(American)
perro guía/lazarillo
guideline noun (usually in plural) an indication as to how something should be done
directiz
You should follow the guidelines when writing your paper.
guided missile noun an explosive rocket which can be guided to its target by radio waves.
misil teledirigido
(Definition of guide from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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