advise

listen to the pronunciation of advise
Englisch - Türkisch
öğüt vermek
{f} tavsiye etmek
{f} akıl vermek
{f} tic. bildirmek. ill-advised
nasihat vermek
salık vermek
tavsiyede bulunmak

Onların işi başkana tavsiyede bulunmak. - Their job is to advise the president.

tavsiye et

Ben ona dinlenmesini tavsiye ettim. - I advised him to take a rest.

Erkek kardeşim bana sigara içmeyi bırakmamı tavsiye etti. - My brother advised me to stop smoking.

bildirmek
öğütlemek
haber vermek
{f} nasihat etmek

Aşağıdaki fiyat indirimleri ile ilgili sana nasihat etmek istiyoruz. - We wish to advise you of the following price reductions.

{f} fikir vermek
{f} uyarmak
{s} akılsız, tedbirsiz
ill akılsız
tedbirsiz well tedbirli
haber veya bilgi vermek
öğüt veya nasihat vermek
akıl öğretmek
akıllı
(Bilgisayar) bilgilendir
(Ticaret) haberdar etmek
adviser
müşavir
advisor
{i} danışman

Tom ekonomik danışmanlarla toplantı yapıyor. - Tom is meeting with economic advisors.

O, kralın en güvenilir danışmanıdır. - He's the king's most trusted advisor.

adviser
{i} danışman

Danışmanlara ihtiyacım yok. - I don't need advisers.

Matematik Tom'un okuldaki en zayıf dersiydi ama bu onun finansal danışman olmasını engelleyemedi. - Maths was Tom's weakest subject at school, but this didn't stop him getting a job as a financial adviser.

advise against
karşı uyarmak
advise against
karşı ikaz etmek
advise on
(Dilbilim) öğüt vermek
advise on
(Dilbilim) öğütlemek
advise on
(Dilbilim) öğütte bulunmak
advise on
(Dilbilim) nasihat çekmek
advise smb
uyarmak
advise somebody of something
uyarmak
advise to be
tavsiye et
Advise Through Bank
İhbar bankası
advise beforehand, predispose
önceden yatkınlık tavsiye
advise, instruct, advocate
Avukat talimat tavsiye
advise against
uyarmak
advise of despatch
(Ticaret) irsal haberi
advise smb. of smth
uyarmak
advise with
akıl sormak
advise with
danışmak
adviser
rehber
adviser
{i} akıl hocası
advise on
(Dilbilim) tembih etmek
advised
{s} tedbirli
advised
tavsiye edilen
advised
tavsiye edilmiş
adviser
öğütçü
adviser
kılavuz
advising
tavsiye etme
advising
tavsiye eden
advisor
yol gösterici
advisedly
tedbirli olarak
advisedly
akıllıca
advisedly
bile bile
advising
{f} tavsiye et
advisor
akıl hocası
advisor
yol gösteren
advised
tavsiye etti

Erkek kardeşim bana sigara içmeyi bırakmamı tavsiye etti. - My brother advised me to stop smoking.

Ben ona dinlenmesini tavsiye ettim. - I advised him to take a rest.

adviser
{i} danışman öğretmen
advises
tavsiye

Avukatının tavsiyelerini yapman senin için daha iyidir. - It's better for you to do what your lawyer advises.

O, ona teknik konularda tavsiyede bulunur. - She advises him on technical matters.

advising
tavsiye edici
advisor
nasuh
be advise
tavsiye olmak
advised
{s} düşünceli
advised
tavsiye et

Erkek kardeşim bana sigara içmeyi bırakmamı tavsiye etti. - My brother advised me to stop smoking.

Müzik öğretmenimiz bana Viyana'yı ziyaret etmemi tavsiye etti. - Our music teacher advised me to visit Vienna.

advised
{s} iyice düşünülmüş
advisedly
düşünüp taşınarak
advisedly
iyice düşünüp
advisedly
iyice düşündükten sonra
advising
danışmanlık
advising
danış
advising
meşveret
advisor
müşavir
advisor
danışman öğretmen
advisor
(Askeri) YOL GÖSTERİCİ; DANIŞMAN
advisor
i., bak. adviser
Englisch - Englisch
To give advice to; to offer an opinion, as worthy or expedient to be followed; to counsel; to warn
To look at, watch; to see

when that villain he auiz'd, which late / Affrighted had the fairest Florimell, / Full of fiers fury, and indignant hate, / To him he turned .

To give information or notice to; to inform; — with of before the thing communicated

We were advised of the risk.

To consider, to deliberate

Samson is reported to the King accordingly. His Majesty, advising of it for a moment, orders that Samson be brought in with the other Twelve.

{v} to give advice, consult, give notice
Student Advising Information System
v to help with information, knowledge or ideas in making a decision
give information or notice to; "I advised him that the rent was due"
The approval sought for doing something one has decided to do
to counsel, recommend, or inform, as in: I advise you to validate the code on your Web page before you release it to the general public
make a proposal, declare a plan for something
One of two possible query types: Advise and Request (see below for 'Request' definition) Advise instructs TA_SRV to send updates on the fields listed in the What clause, for the symbols matching the criteria listed in the Where clause as TA_SRV recieves the updates from the Datafeed
to recommend a course of action; offer an informed opinion based on specialized knowledge
Use advise to mean "to counsel or warn," not "to notify" or "to inform "
To offer advice; to counsel; to recommend a course of action *
e g , advise affairs, look to, see after
give advice to; "The teacher counsels troubled students"; "The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud"
To take counsel; to consult; followed by with; as, to advise with friends
If you advise someone of a fact or situation, you tell them the fact or explain what the situation is. I think it best that I advise you of my decision to retire. = inform, apprise see also ill-advised, well advised
give information or notice to; "I advised him that the rent was due
To give information or notice to; to inform; with of before the thing communicated; as, we were advised of the risk
If an expert advises people on a particular subject, he or she gives them help and information on that subject. an officer who advises undergraduates on money matters A family doctor will be able to advise on suitable birth control
{f} counsel, offer guidance; notify, inform
If you advise someone to do something, you tell them what you think they should do. The minister advised him to leave as soon as possible Herbert would surely advise her how to approach the bank I would strongly advise against it Doctors advised that he should be transferred to a private room
To give information or notice to; to inform; - with of before the thing communicated; as, we were advised of the risk
give advice to; "The teacher counsels troubled students"; "The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud" give information or notice to; "I advised him that the rent was due
To consider; to deliberate
advise fate
A request by a collecting bank wishing to know, as soon as possible, whether a cheque will be paid on its receipt by the paying bank
advised
Considered or thought out; resulting from deliberation
advised
Simple past tense and past participle of advise
advised
Informed, appraised or made aware
Adviser
an expert who gives advice; "an adviser helped students select their courses"; "the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala"
advised
{a} counseled, informed, prudent
advisedly
{a} prudently, wisely, purposely
adviser
{n} one who gives advice, a counsellor
Advisedly
avisely
Advisedly
with intention; in an intentional manner; "he used that word intentionally"; "I did this by choice"
Adviser
The company that takes primary responsibility for managing a mutual fund The adviser receives an annual fee for this service, usually ranging between 0 50% and 1% of a fund's total assets
Adviser
Faculty member or staff person who provides students with information concerning courses, programs of study, and other aspects of academic life
Adviser
The head of a function, such as Camp, Arts, Members with special needs, etc Ad Adviser may or may not have a vote on Council (All levels)
Adviser
A member of the University faculty or staff charged with the responsibility of interpreting academic requirements, developing course schedules, providing personal, academic, or career information, and monitoring adjustment to college and academic progress
Adviser
An organization employed by a mutual fund to give professional advice on the fund's investments and asset management practices (also called an investment adviser)
Adviser
An organization that is hired by a mutual fund to manage the fund's portfolio and make day-to-day investment decisions regarding the purchase and sale of portfolio securities
Adviser
(preferred over advisor) affect (to have an effect on something else: “The recession has affected enrollment figures, and the effect on college budgets has been noticeable ”) all right (two words; never alright) alumna (a female graduate; plural, alumnae: She is an RIT alumna, and all the friends at her shower are also alumnae ) alumnus (a male graduate; plural, alumni: She is relieved that Chad is a high school alumnus and hopes that eventually he will be among the alumni of RIT ) Use alumni for mixed male and female grads artwork assistive associate in applied science (the AAS degree issued by RIT) assure (to ease someone's mind; also see insure; ensure) audio tape audiovisual awhile (awhile is never preceded by a preposition, but the two-word form “a while” is: stay awhile; stay for a while)
Adviser
The firm primarily responsible for a fund's day-to-day operation
Adviser
Term used by the1995 Code to designate the party, usually a bank, hence, the term "advising bank" that notifies another party, that a credit has issued or has been amended Cf advising bank
To advise
rede
advised
having received information; "be kept advised"
advised
having the benefit of careful prior consideration or counsel; "a well-advised delay in carrying out the plan"
advised
past of advise
advised
having received information; "be kept advised
advised
{s} thought-out, considered; informed
advisedly
With intentionality; deliberately
advisedly
If you say that you are using a word or expression advisedly, you mean that you have deliberately chosen to use it, even though it may sound unusual, wrong, or offensive, because it draws attention to what you are saying. I say `boys' advisedly because we are talking almost entirely about male behaviour What a crazy scheme, and I use that term advisedly. after careful thought = deliberately
advisedly
Circumspectly; deliberately; leisurely
advisedly
With deliberate purpose; purposely; by design
advisedly
in an informed manner; in a thought out manner, deliberately
adviser
One who advises
adviser
An adviser is an expert whose job is to give advice to another person or to a group of people. In Washington, the President and his advisers spent the day in meetings. a careers adviser. someone whose job is to give advice because they know a lot about a subject, especially in business, law, or politics
adviser
an expert who gives advice; "an adviser helped students select their courses"; "the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala
adviser
{i} one who provides guidance, one who gives advice
advisers
plural of adviser
advises
third-person singular of advise
advising
{s} counseling
advising
The act of giving advice on investments; an activity included in the definition of investment business and thus normally requiring authorisation under the Financial Services Act 1986
advising
A type of listening in which the listener responds with ideas and suggestions about what the speaker should think or do (4)
advising
The process of determining with an advisor which courses you need to take to meet your educational goals
advising
Personal assistance to students in dealing with academic issues
advising
present participle of advise
advising
A service provided by a faculty member or designated person (advisor) An advisor guides students through academic questions, problems, and/or course work to plan and complete a degree program
advisor
faculty member who is assigned to a student to assist the student in scheduling courses, to explain degree requirements and assist students with their academic programs and coursework selection
advisor
A faculty member or designated person who guides students through academic questions, problems, and/or course work to plan and complete a degree program
advisor
A professional counselor or faculty member who provides information regarding requirements of various programs of study and career options An advisor is usually assigned to each enrolled student
advisor
An entity that assists in the operation of the fund by providing the following services
advisor
A faculty member appointed by the department or college to assist students with the planning of academic programs
advisor
A Career & Technical Education teacher who oversees and helps to organize and run a SkillsUSA section (club)
advisor
One who gives advice to or within a group
advisor
These are the organisations or people who can analyse your personal circumstances and advise you your best options They need to charge fees for this service They work for you, only
advisor
A type of user assistance offered in two different modes: Coaches proactively provide guidance such as for setting goals and monitoring task completion Context-sensitive help reactively responds when a user has reached an impasse and cannot proceed without assistance
advisor
(Data Warehousing Guide)
advisor
One who offers advice
advisor
{i} one who provides guidance, one who gives advice
advisor
An organization employed by a mutual fund to give professional advice on the fund's investments and asset management practices, also, known as an "Investment Advisor"
advisor
The instructor assigned to help students with their academic concerns
advisor
The faculty member, administrator, or Educational Planning Center staff person who helps you in the advising process
advisor
The organization employed by a mutual fund company to manage a particular fund's assets and make day-to-day investment decisions involving the purchases or sales of securities Also known as a portfolio or investment manager A professional, either an individual or organization, who helps individuals with their financial planning needs Also called a financial planner, financial advisor or investment advisor For more information Aggressive Growth Fund A mutual fund that pursues capital appreciation by investing in common stocks that are on the higher end of the risk/reward spectrum Berger Information Technology, Berger Mid Cap Growth and Berger Small Company Growth Funds are examples of aggressive growth funds
advisor
The Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies assigns and processes all changes in advisors Students must consult with their advisor before making course selections Course registration forms and add/drop slips must be signed by the advisor prior to submission at registration
advisor
Entity employed by a mutual fund to give professional advice on the fund's investments and asset management practices
advisor
The organization employed by a mutual fund to give professional advice on the fund's investments and asset management practices
advisor
An agent retained by an investor to aid in his/her decision-making process The advisor’s role is to look at the bigger picture of his/her customer, a picture that will satisfy the investor’s objectives
advisor
An organization employed by a mutual fund to give professional advice on its investments and management of its assets
advisor
person who advises grievant or respondent; may or may not be an attorney
advisor
This is a faculty member chosen to help you in certain areas planning each semester's schedule, providing information about the College, advising and assisting you in other ways After an advisor is assigned to you, you will need this person's signature on each semester's registration form and on all add/drop forms Within three weks of the beginning of classes, a letter will be sent to you with your advsior's name, office location and telephone number You can also meet with the advisors in the Academic Advising Center in Johnson Learning Center 243
advisor
(Data Warehousing Guide; search in this book)
advisor
Acronym for ADvanced VehIcle SimulatOR
advisor
an expert who gives advice; "an adviser helped students select their courses"; "the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala"
advisor
The Advisor is a stoic and overly literal companion of the Emperor and of Prang before him He is an ethereal being and as he has nobody does not always relate to those who are motivated by theirs He initially had more of an active role in the art as he had conflicts with Grey and others for possession of the Sphere of Lost Souls and as he consulted with the doomed Prang before his assassination Now the Advisor is used as a judgmental stand-in
advisors
plural of advisor
advisors
Rich Dad said: "If you want to be rich, who you know is more important that what you know "
advisors
Have signed the Advisor Terms of Agreement form to join the Company and pay the $49 95 registration fee Advisors are encouraged and trained to build referral sales organizations that pay in accordance with the commission diagram This route to financial freedom allows flexible hours and locations of choice to operate from Promotion through the ranks are shown on the graphic display of the compensation plan There are six ranks of Advisors, here are their titles and descriptions
advisors
Every student has an academic advisor throughout their college career to help guide them through and plan their course schedule, major, or minor
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