advisory Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
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"advisory" in British English

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advisoryadjective

uk   /ədˈvaɪ.zər.i/  us   /-zɚ-/
giving ​advice: She is ​employed by the ​president in an advisory ​capacity.

advisorynoun [C usually plural]

uk   /ədˈvaɪ.zər.i/  us   /-zɚ-/ mainly US
an ​officialannouncement that ​containsadvice, ​information, or a ​warning: weather/​travel advisories Television ​companies sometimes ​broadcast advisories before ​violentmovies.
(Definition of advisory from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"advisory" in Business English

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advisoryadjective

uk   us   /ədˈvaɪzəri/
relating to giving ​advice: an advisory board/panel/committee They've set up a scientific advisory ​board to ​selectbigprojects to ​tackle.an advisory group/committee The ​recommendationsfollow those ​issued by the advisory ​committee. He ​confirmed that he would be ​staying in an advisory ​capacity but not in his ​current role of ​chiefexecutive. The ​company is ​expanding its ​financial advisory ​service.

advisorynoun [C]

uk   us   /ədˈvaɪzəri/
an ​official announcement or ​warning: This advisory contains ​information about which ​versions of the ​software are vulnerable.
(Definition of advisory from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “advisory”
in Chinese (Simplified) 给予意见…
in Chinese (Traditional) 給予意見…
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