Meaning of ADVICE in English

ADVICE

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ constructive , excellent , good , helpful , practical , sensible , sound , useful , valuable

That's very sound ~.

▪ bad , wrong

I think my lawyer gave me the wrong ~.

▪ unsolicited

I will refrain from giving unsolicited ~.

▪ clear

▪ general

▪ detailed

▪ conflicting

▪ confidential

▪ impartial , independent

▪ free

The website gives free, impartial ~ on all aspects of saving energy.

▪ expert , professional , specialist

It is essential to seek expert ~ from a mental health professional.

▪ financial , legal , medical

… OF ADVICE

▪ bit , piece , word

Can I give you a friendly word of ~?

VERB + ADVICE

▪ give (sb) , offer (sb) , pass on , provide (sb with)

I hope I can pass on some useful ~.

▪ get , obtain , receive , take

I think you need to take legal ~.

▪ ask , ask for , go to sb for , seek , turn to sb for

Go to your doctor and ask for ~.

She asked her mother's ~.

▪ accept , act on , follow , heed , listen to , take

I wished that I had followed her ~.

▪ disregard , ignore , reject

ADVICE + NOUN

▪ centre ( BrE )

The Local Authority runs an ~ centre in the town.

▪ column

She writes a weekly ~ column in the local paper.

PREPOSITION

▪ against sb's ~

Permission was given against the ~ of the planning officers.

▪ on sb's ~

On the ~ of his experts he bought another company.

▪ ~ about

~ about bringing up children

▪ ~ for

Here is some ~ for pregnant women.

▪ ~ on

Can you give me some ~ on where to buy good maps?

▪ ~ to

My ~ to you would be to wait a few months.

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