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counsel

verb [T]     /ˈkaʊnsəl/ ( present participle mainly UK counselling, past tense and past participle counselled, present participle US counseling, past tense and past participle counseled)
ADVISE formal
to advise someone to do something: [+ to do sth] Lawyers had counselled him not to say anything.Giving advice
ABOUT PROBLEMS
to give advice to someone who has problemsCounselling and psychotherapyGiving advice
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