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Translation of "advice" - English-Spanish dictionary

advice

noun /ədˈvais/
suggestions to a person about what he or she should do consejo You must seek legal advice if you want a divorce Let me give you a piece of advice.
advise /ədˈvaiz/ verb
to give advice to; to recommend aconsejar My lawyer advised me not to speak to any journalists.
(with of) to inform avisar, comunicar This letter is to advise you of our interest in your proposal.
advisable adjective
(opposite inadvisable) (of actions) wise aconsejable The doctor does not think it advisable for you to drink alcohol.
advisability noun
conveniencia Ask your physician about the advisability of taking this product in combination with other medicines.
adviser noun ( advisor)
a person who advises consejero an independent financial advisor.
advisory adjective
giving advice asesor an advisory leaflet He acted in an advisory capacity.
advice is a noun and never used in the plural: to give advice / a piece of advice / some advice. advise is a verb: He advises us not to go.
Translations of “advice”
in Arabic نَصيحة…
in Korean 충고…
in Malaysian pandapat…
in French conseil(s)…
in Turkish öğüt, tavsiye, öneri…
in Italian consiglio, consigli…
in Chinese (Traditional) 意見, 忠告, 勸告…
in Russian совет…
in Polish rada…
in Vietnamese lời khuyên…
in Portuguese conselho, recomendação…
in Thai คำแนะนำ…
in German der Rat…
in Catalan consell(s)…
in Japanese 助言, アドバイス…
in Indonesian nasihat…
in Chinese (Simplified) 意见, 忠告, 劝告…
(Definition of advice from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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