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"adviser" in British English

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advisernoun [C]

(also advisor) uk   /ədˈvaɪ.zər/  us   /-zɚ/
C1 someone whose ​job is to give ​advice about a ​subject: She is the party's ​maineconomic adviser. a ​financial adviser

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(Definition of adviser from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"adviser" in Business English

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advisernoun [C]

(also advisor) uk   us   /ədˈvaɪzər/
someone whose ​job is to give ​advice about something, for ​example, to a ​company or ​government: adviser to sb/sth He has remained ​active in ​politics and is now a ​top adviser to the ​government.economic/financial adviser He ​served as ​internationaleconomic adviser in the White ​House.mortgage/financial/policy etc. adviser A ​mortgage adviser will be able to ​look at ​rates for you.
(Definition of adviser from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “adviser”
in Arabic مُستشار…
in Korean 고문…
in Portuguese conselheiro, -a, consultor…
in Catalan assessor, -a…
in Japanese 助言者, 相談役, アドバイザー…
in Chinese (Simplified) 顾问…
in Turkish danışman…
in Russian советник, консультант…
in Chinese (Traditional) 顧問…
in Italian consulente…
in Polish dorad-ca/czyni…
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