advisernoun [C](also advisor) uk /ədˈvaɪ.zər/ us /-zɚ/
- An independent adviser has been brought in to conciliate between the two sides involved in the conflict.
- He resigned from a high-profile job as economic adviser to the prime minister.
- She works as a special adviser to the president.
- I waited so long for my turn to see the careers adviser that I missed my train.
- An outside adviser has been brought in to arbitrate the dispute between the management and the union.