counsel

listen to the pronunciation of counsel
Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} tavsiye
{f} nasihat etmek
{i} öğüt
salık vermek
maksat
nasihat vermek
öğütlemek
basiret
gaye
görüş
akıl vermek
avukat
önermek
{i} fikir
{f} tavsiye et
tavsiye etmek
öneri
istişare
{i} niyet
{f} öğüt vermek
{i} hukuk danışmanı
{i} düşünce
{i} dava vekili
{i} danışman

Bir danışmana ihtiyacım yok. - I don't need a counselor.

Tom ve Mary evlilik danışmanlığına gitmeye karar verdi. - Tom and Mary decided to go to marriage counselling.

{i} danışma

Tom ve Mary evlilik danışmanlığına gitmeye karar verdi. - Tom and Mary have decided to go to marriage counseling.

Tom ve Mary evlilik danışmanlığına gitmeye karar verdi. - Tom and Mary decided to go to marriage counselling.

{i} nasihat
müşaviri
(Hukuk) müdafi
counsel fee
vekâlet vergini
counsel fee
(Kanun) ücretli vekalet
counsel for the defense
davalı avukatı
counsel for the defense
savunma avukatı
counsel for the prosecution
iddia makamı
counsel for the prosecution
davacı avukatı
counsel for the prosecution
iddia avukatı
counseling
rehberlik

Rehberlik sadece randevuyladır. - Counseling is by appointment only.

counseling
danışma

Herhangi bir danışmanlığa ihtiyacım yok. - I don't need any counseling.

Tom ve Mary evlilik danışmanlığına gitmeye karar verdi. - Tom and Mary have decided to go to marriage counseling.

counseling
meşveret
defense counsel
(Kanun) müdafi
investment counsel
(Ticaret) yatırım danışmanı
chamber counsel
müşavir avukat
counselling
danışma

Tom ve Mary evlilik danışmanlığına gitmeye karar verdi. - Tom and Mary decided to go to marriage counselling.

defence counsel
savunma avukatı
kings counsel
kralın hukuk müşaviri
keep so.'s own counsel
devam ediyorum. 'kendi avukatı s
night brings counsel
gece avukatı getiriyor
queens counsel
queens avukatı
chamber counsel
(Kanun) istişare avukatı
counseling
danış
counseling
danışmanlık
divided counsel
anlaşmazlık
divided counsel
uyumsuzluk
invitation of defense counsel
(Kanun) müdafii davet
junior counsel
(Kanun) genç avukat
junior counsel
(Kanun) aşağı dereceli avukat
keep one's counsel
sır saklamak
keep one's own counsel
fikirlerini kendine saklamak
prosecuting counsel
davacı avukatı
prosecuting counsel
iddia makamı avukatı
take counsel with
(Fiili Deyim ) -e danışmak , ile görüşmek
trial counsel
(Askeri) ASKERİ SAVCI: Bak. "trial judge advocate"
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A lawyer, as in Queen's Counsel (QC)
To recommend
To give advice, especially professional advice

Psychiatrists, psychologists, social workers and other mental health professionals counsel clients.

Advice or guidance so given
The exchange of opinions and advice; consultation
{v} to give advice, advise, direct
Gift of The Holy Spirit
A legal adviser; a term used to refer to lawyers in a case
attorney; lawyer
Legal adviser; a term used to refer to lawyers in a case
(1) give advice or opinion, as in: Volunteers counsel the young people
If you counsel someone to take a course of action, or if you counsel a course of action, you advise that course of action. My advisers counselled me to do nothing The prime minister was right to counsel caution about military intervention
Counsel is advice. He had always been able to count on her wise counsel His parishioners sought his counsel and loved him
Result of consultation; advice; instruction
Legal advice; an attorney; a lawyer
Advice, especially that which is Bible based, often given directly by one Christian to another The one giving the counsel does not need sanctioned authority to do so (Gal 6: 1) Sometimes counsel comes to us from reading the Bible, from reading the Society's publications, or from the {platform} In all cases, where counsel fits our circumstances, whether given directly to us or to a large audience, we should endeavor to apply it NOTE: Some persons confuse counsel with council A council is a group that acts as an advisory body Even worse is to use the word consul, which refers to a governmental official In modern times, a consul is one who resides in a foreign country and represents his home country's commercial interests
1 Attorney or legal advisor 2 The advice or aid given with respect to a legal matter 3 In criminal law, the term may refer to the advising or encouraging of another to commit a crime BACK TO TOP
Lawyer appointed to advise and represent a client (individual or corporate) in legal matters
A person qualified to represent clients in a court of law and to advise them in legal matters (see Attorney, Lawyer)
{i} advice, consultation; attorney, lawyer
Examination of consequences; exercise of deliberate judgment; prudence
The act of exchanging opinions and providing advice or guidance
Keep your own counsel Don't talk about what you intend to do Keep your plans to yourself “Now, mind what I tell you, and keep your own counsel ”- Boldrewood: Robbery Under Arms, chap vi Count Kin with One (To), is a Scotch expression meaning to compare one's pedigree with that of another
Legal advice; a term used to refer to lawyers in a case
{f} advise, instruct, advocate
If you counsel people, you give them advice about their problems. a psychologist who counsels people with eating disorders Crawford counsels her on all aspects of her career
give advice to; "The teacher counsels troubled students"; "The lawyer counselled me when I was accused of tax fraud"
something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
A lawyer, as in Queens Counsel (QC)
a lawyer who pleads cases in court
A lawyer or group of lawyers representing a client
Interchange of opinions; mutual advising; consultation
Someone's counsel is the lawyer who gives them advice on a legal case and speaks on their behalf in court. Singleton's counsel said after the trial that he would appeal
coun·sel counsels counselling counselled in AM, use counseling, counseled
Deliberate purpose; design; intent; scheme; plan
Legal advice; also, a lawyer or lawyers engaged to give such advice or to conduct a case in court
One who gives advice, especially in legal matters; one professionally engaged in the trial or management of a cause in court; also, collectively, the legal advocates united in the management of a case; as, the defendant has able counsel
To give advice to; to advice, admonish, or instruct, as a person
A secret opinion or purpose; a private matter
To advise or recommend, as an act or course
(noun) Legal advice The right of persons to legal counsel was affirmed by the Supreme Court in the 1973 Miranda decision The term is also used to refer to lawyers in a case
One or more lawyers that represent a client Also, legal advice (See attorney, lawyer )
A practising barrister
counsel for the defense
defense attorney, lawyer who represents the accused
counsel to the crown
a barrister selected to serve as counsel to the British ruler
King's Counsel
In the United Kingdom, a barrister selected to serve as counsel for the British Crown. First used in 1689
King's Counsel
In Canada, an honorific status conferred by the federal or provincial governments to senior or meritorious lawyers
Queen's Counsel
a barrister or advocate appointed by the Crown (when the monarch is a queen)
Queen's Counsel
In Canada, an honorific status conferred by the federal or provincial governments to senior or meritorious lawyers
counseling
assistance (especially from a professional) in the resolution of personal difficulties
counsels
plural form of counsel
keep one's counsel
To keep one's own business private; to be discreet, careful, or circumspect in what one says concerning one's own thoughts, deeds, or situation

Khomeini's approach to decision making is to keep his counsel at first, allowing the advocates of different options to debate issues openly.

keep one's counsel
To keep a secret for someone else; to be discreet, careful, or circumspect in what one says concerning someone else's thoughts, deeds, or situation

Standish will keep our counsel, and the news will be old before it's known.

keep one's own counsel
To keep one's own business private; to be discreet, careful, or circumspect in what one says concerning one's own thoughts, deeds, or situation

The compressed lips suggest his principled reticence, his practice of keeping his own counsel.

right of counsel
The right of a person accused of a crime to consult with an attorney before speaking with police
counselled
{a} advised, instructed, desired, told
King's Counsel
A barrister appointed as counsel to the British crown. Used when the sovereign is a man. a KC
King's Counsel
K.C., official lawyer of the King, advocate of the King
Of counsel
{i} title of a lawyer who is employed by a law firm but is not an associate or a partner
Queen's Counsel
{i} Q.C., official lawyer of the British crown during the rule of a queen
Queen's Counsel
A barrister appointed as counsel to the British crown. Used when the sovereign is a woman. a QC
bad counsel
harmful advice
counseled
past of counsel
counseling
The gift of counseling is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to minister words of comfort, consolation, encouragement & counsel to other members of the body in such a way that they feel helped and healed (see Romans 12: 8, 1 Timothy 4: 13, Heb 100: 25, Acts 14: 22)
counseling
Counseling the patient may be part of the therapeutic order or treatment Counseling may occur if the physician (student) feels that the patient needs to know more about the disease, treatment, or medication Counseling could also be recommended for mental health treatments
counseling
A means of assisting and developing students and subordinates A leader/instructor counsels subordinates: to praise and reward good performance, to develop teamwork, to inform students on how well or how poorly they are performing, to assist students to reach required standards, to cause students to set personal and professional goals, and to help students resolve personal problems
counseling
The utilization of special skills to assist individuals, families or groups in achieving objectives through exploration of a problem and its ramifications; examination of attitudes and feelings; consideration of alternative solutions; and decision-making
counseling
Guidance provided by professional counselors in academic, vocational and personal matters
counseling
It is not a covered benefit unless it is performed by a physician as defined in this Booklet In addition, the counseling must be related to the patient being treated for a mental illness and/or functional nervous disorder, drug abuse and alcoholism The counseling must also be performed in a non-group setting, unless the other participants are Family Members, in which case the Fund would still only provide a single individual benefit allowance per session
counseling
adj. Professional guidance of the individual by use of standard psychological methods such as collecting case-history data, using various techniques of the personal interview, and testing interests and aptitudes. The counselor's goal is generally to orient the individual toward opportunities that can best guarantee fulfillment of his personal needs and aspirations. The counselor usually attempts to clarify the client's own thinking rather than to solve his problems. Professional counselors (such as educational guidance and career counselors) and counseling psychologists (such as marriage and bereavement counselors) are found in a wide variety of institutional settings and in private practice. See also psychotherapy
counseling
Talking with a person in a way that helps that person solve a problem or helps to create conditions that will cause the person to improve his behavior, character, or values The providing of basic, technical, and sometimes professional assistance to employees to help them with personal and work related problems
counseling
A process where a person can receive assistance in sorting out issues and reaching decisions appropriate to their life circumstances Counseling for adoption should be done by trained, experienced, adoption counselors Birth parent counseling should include exploration of all options including parenting the child, kinship adoption, foster care and various types of adoptions
counseling
advice or help given by someone qualified to give such advice or help (often psychological counseling)
counseling
can & may take many different formats to bring a client to a better understanding of self &/or others
counseling
present participle of counsel
counseling
advice or help given by someone qualified to give such advice or help (such as a psychologist or social worker)
counseling
advising soldiers of their errors and how to improve
counseling
Helping to provide people with an understanding of their relationships with their supervisors, fellow workers, and customers
counseling
the act of advising clients on a variety of real estate investment or development matters
counseling
(Counselling)
counseling
Activities involved with assisting participants to identify and resolve personal or training situations/problems which are adversely affecting performance
counseling
{s} advising
counseling
something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
counseling
– Advice, help, or support given by a qualified person (usually someone specially trained to do this)
counseling
form of guidance in which a trained person offers advice or education about specific problems in living crisis intervention brief therapeutic approach used to ameliorate acute psychiatric emergencies
counseling
a private supervisory conference between a supervisor and a subordinate employee at which the employee's performance deficiencies are discussed The motivation for such counseling sessions is to improve the employee's performance and eliminate the performance deficiencies For more information about counseling go to: Counseling
counselled
Commonwealth, past of counsel
counselling
alternative spelling of counseling
counselling
Counselling is a process where clients are helped in dealing with their personal and interpersonal conflicts by a third party therapist
counselling
Generally refers to one on one assistance with personal issues
counselling
something that provides direction or advice as to a decision or course of action
counselling
Advising or giving Counsel to
counselling
Within these procedures, counselling means a confidential discussion in a one-to-one situation
counselling
coun·sel·ling in AM, use counseling Counselling is advice which a therapist or other expert gives to someone about a particular problem. advice and support given by a counsellor to someone with problems, usually after talking to them
counselling
intervention involving the provision of advice or support on a personal basis, by someone who has been trained to provide that support
counselling
The University Conselling Service provides counselling on a broad range of issues, including adjusting to university life, family or relationship issues, depression, anxiety, lack of motivation and issues with faculty staff The counselling service is free to all University of Melbourne students The Careers Unit also offers careers counselling, and the Student Union Advisory Service and the Postgraduate Association also provide support and advocacy for students
counselling
The opportunity to talk things over with a trained counsellor This can help you make sense of your feelings and offer you encouragement It does not tell you what to do, but it can offer new ideas for coping
counselling
{i} consulting, advising
counselling
an interaction with a mental health professional who offers guidance and advice on matters of education, marriage, work, relationships
counsels
Third-person singular simple present of counsel
counsels
plural of counsel
defence counsel
lawyers for the defendant
general counsel
  The General Counsel of the Federal Labor Relations Authority investigates unfair labor practice (ULP) charges and files and prosecutes ULP complaints   He/she also supervises the Authority's Regional Directors who, in turn, have been delegated authority by FLRA to process representation petitions
general counsel
The senior lawyer of a corporation This is normally a full-time employee of the corporation although some corporations contract this position out to a lawyer with a private firm
general counsel
USA: The senior lawyer of a corporation This is normally a full time employee of the corporation although some corporations contract this position out to a lawyer with a private firm
independent counsel
formerly special prosecutor Official appointed by the court at the request of the U.S. attorney general to investigate and prosecute criminal violations by high government officials, members of Congress, or directors of a presidential election campaign after an investigation by the attorney general finds evidence that a crime may have been committed. The counsel is intended to ensure an impartial investigation in situations in which the attorney general would face a conflict of interest. The law establishing the office was passed after the firing of Archibald Cox by Pres. Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal. Independent counsels played a prominent role in the Iran-Contra Affair in the 1980s. In 1999, in the wake of controversy over perceived abuses of the office during the Whitewater investigation of Pres. Bill Clinton, Congress declined to renew the independent counsel law
king's counsel
Counsel to the Crown when the British monarch is a king
of counsel
A lawyer who is not a partner of a firm but who has a formal relationship with the firm For example, the term may be used for a senior partner of a law firm who has gone into semi-retirement or a lateral hire who may be in line for partnership after a prescribed amount of time with the firm (See also Partner and Associate)
of counsel
A phrase commonly applied to counsel employed to assist in the preparation or management of the case, or its presentation on appeal, but who is not the principal attorney for the party
of counsel
{s} (of a lawyer ) not involved in an active manner in the daily work of a law firm but is available for consultation or for special matters
of counsel
A phrase commonly applied to counsel employed to assist in the preparation of management of the case, or its presentation on appeal, but who is not the principal attorney of record
queen's counsel
Counsel to the Crown when the British monarch is a queen
take counsel
seek advice, get counseling
take counsel of one's pillow
sleep on it, " consider an issue overnight before making a decision
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык

Определение counsel в Турецкий язык Английский Язык словарь

king's counsel
(Politika, Siyaset) kc
counsel
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