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Translation of "advise" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

advise

verb
 
 
/ədˈvaɪz/
[I or T] to give someone advice
劝告;忠告;向…提供意见,给…出主意
[+ to infinitive] I think I'd advise him to leave the company.
要是我,我会建议他离开这家公司。
His doctor advised him against smoking.
他的医生劝他戒烟。
I'd strongly advise against making a sudden decision.
我会极力奉劝不要草率作出决定。
[+ that] They're advising that children be kept out of the sun altogether.
他们建议绝对不要让儿童在阳光下暴晒。
[+ -ing verb] I'd advise waiting until tomorrow.
我建议等到明天再说。
[+ question word] She advised us when to come.
她给我们出主意,告诉我们该什么时候来。
She advises the President (= gives information and suggests types of action) on African policy.
她是总统的非洲政策顾问。
You would be well-advised to (= It would be wise for you to) have the appropriate vaccinations before you go abroad.
明智的做法是,在出国前接种适当的疫苗。
Note: Do not confuse with the noun, advice.Giving advice
[T] formal to give someone official information about something
通知;(正式)告知
They were advised of their rights.
他们被告知自己的权利。
[+ that] Our solicitors have advised that the costs could be enormous.
我们的律师已经告知我们,诉讼费用可能会非常高。
Announcing, informing and stating
(Definition of advise from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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