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advice /ədˈvaɪs/ noun [uncountable]


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

advice
[noun]
Synonyms: guidance, counsel, help, opinion, recommendation, suggestion
Related Words: direction, guidance, instruction, teaching, input, admonition, caution, cautioning, forewarning, warning
English Thesaurus: advice, tip, recommendation, guidanc

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

advice S2 W2 /ədˈvaɪs/ noun [uncountable]
[Word Family: noun: advice, adviser, ADVISOR, advisability; adjective: advisableinadvisable, advisory; verb: advise; adverb: advisedly]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: avis 'opinion', probably from ce m'est a vis 'that appears to me']
an opinion you give someone about what they should do:
You should have followed my advice.
advice on/about
advice on saving energy
I need some advice about my computer.
on sb’s advice
On her doctor’s advice (=because her doctor advised her) Smith decided to take early retirement.
Do not confuse the noun advice /ədˈvaɪs/ with the verb advise /ədˈvaɪz/: He gave me some useful advice. | Can you advise me on college courses?
GRAMMAR
Advice is an uncountable noun. Do not say 'advices’ or 'an advice'.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

advice
noun
ADJ. constructive, excellent, good, helpful, practical, sensible, sound, useful, valuable That's very sound advice.
bad, wrong I think my solicitor gave me the wrong advice.
clear | general | detailed | conflicting | confidential | impartial, independent | free | expert, professional, specialist | financial, legal, medical
QUANT. bit, piece, word Can I give you a friendly word of advice?
VERB + ADVICE give (sb), offer (sb), pass on, provide (sb with) I hope I can pass on some useful advice.
get, obtain, receive, take I think you need to take legal advice.
ask (for), go to sb for, seek, turn to sb for Go to your doctor and ask for advice. She asked her mother's advice.
accept, act on, follow, heed, listen to, take I wished that I had followed her advice.
ignore, reject
ADVICE + NOUN centre The Local Authority runs an advice centre in the town.
PREP. against sb's ~ Permission was given against the advice of the planning officers.
on sb's ~ On the advice of his experts he bought another company.
~ about advice about bringing up children
~ for Here is some advice for pregnant women.
~ on Can you give me some advice on where to buy good maps?
~ to My advice to you would be to wait a few months.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

advice

give somebody some advice
My father once gave me some useful advice.
The scheme has given advice and training to scores of youngsters taking part.
get some advice
I decided to get some advice from a specialist.
ask sb’s advice
Can I ask your advice about something?
ask for advice
If in doubt, always ask for advice.
take/follow sb’s advice (also act on sb’s advice formal) (=do what someone advises you to do)
He followed his doctor’s advice and went on a low-fat diet.
The king acted on his advice and ordered his soldiers to get ready for battle.
listen to sb’s advice (also heed sb’s advice formal) (=pay attention to someone’s advice)
I wish I had listened to her advice.
ignore/disregard sb’s advice (=not do what someone tells you)
The accident happened because she ignored their advice.
go/turn to somebody for advice
People often go to him for advice about their problems.
seek advice (=try to get some advice )
If you have any of these symptoms you should seek urgent advice.
offer advice
They can offer advice to those who wish to quit drinking.
pass on some advice (=give someone advice that you have learned or been given)
Readers can pass on advice about gardening.
good/excellent/useful/helpful
The book is full of good advice.
sound (=sensible)
I thought that this was sound advice.
wrong
Unfortunately all the advice they gave me was wrong.
bad advice
Financial advisors can be fined if they give bad advice to a client.
practical advice
The programme aims to offer practical advice on healthy eating.
detailed advice
The website gives detailed advice about making bombs.
professional/expert/specialist advice
It’s advisable to get professional advice before starting any building work.
legal/medical/financial etc advice
Good legal advice can be expensive.
independent/impartial advice (=from someone who is not involved and will not get an advantage)
The banks claim to offer independent financial advice.
conflicting advice (=very different opinions about what you should do)
I’ve asked several people, and they’ve all given me conflicting advice.
a piece of advice (also a bit of advice informal)
Let me give you a piece of advice.
a word of advice spoken (=used when advising someone what to do )
A word of advice: look at the small print in the contract very carefully.
an advice centre/service/desk/bureau
They offer a 24-hour advice service to customers.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

advice
noun
1.
BAD: I adviced him to tell the police.
GOOD: I advised him to tell the police.

Usage Note:
Advice is a noun. Advise is a verb.

2.
BAD: She gave me a good advice.
GOOD: She gave me some good advice.
BAD: It is full of good advices on healthy eating.
GOOD: It is full of good advice on healthy eating.

Usage Note:
Advice is an uncountable noun: 'I could do with some advice.'
Compare: 'She gave me a good piece of advice.'

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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