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advisementnoun [U]

us   /ədˈvaɪz.mənt/ US
the process or activity of advising someone about something: a counseling and advisement center Contact Dr Gray about academic advisement. student/graduate/career advisementtake sth under advisement to consider something such as advice or information carefully: Thank you for your input Mr Walters - I'll take what you've said under advisement.
Translations of “advisement”
in Chinese (Traditional) 勸告, 建議, 提供諮詢…
in Chinese (Simplified) 劝告, 建议, 提供咨询…
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