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Англо-русский строительный словарь - advise

 

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Перевод с английского языка advise на русский

advise

1) извещать, уведомлять

2) советовать, консультировать

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1.
  v.  1) советовать to advise with smb. on smth. - советоваться с кем-л. о чем-л.  2) консультировать  3) извещать, сообщать, уведомлять Syn: see inform ...
Англо-русский словарь
2.
  1. советовать; рекомендовать to advise smb. to the contrary —- советовать кому-л не делать (чего-л.) to advise smb. on a question —- дать кому-л совет по какому-л вопросу I advise you to stay in bed —- я советую вам не вставать he advised secrecy —- он посоветовал держать все это в тайне be advised by me! —- редк. послушайте меня! 2. ам. советоваться; обсуждать I shall advise with my friends —- я посоветуюсь со своими друзьями 3. консультировать to advise on interior decoration —- давать консультации по оформлению интерьера 4. извещать, сообщать; уведомлять to advise smb. of smth. —- сообщать кому-л о чем-л to advise the police about smth. —- сообщить в полицию о чем-л please advise us when the goods reach you —- офиц. уведомите нас о получении товара ...
Новый большой англо-русский словарь
3.
  гл. 1) извещать, уведомлять 2) консультировать, советовать 3) повышать • - advise a claim - advise in price - advise on Syn: counsel, recommend, suggest ...
Англо-русский Русско-английский экономический словарь
4.
  v. 1 tr. (also absol.) give advice to. 2 tr. recommend; offer as advice (they advise caution; advised me to rest). 3 tr. (usu. foll. by of, or that + clause) inform, notify. 4 intr. (foll. by with) US consult. Etymology: ME f. OF aviser f. L ad to + visare frequent. of videre see ...
Толковый словарь английского языка Oxford English Reference
5.
   verb  (~d; advising)  Etymology: Middle English, to look at, consider, ~, from Anglo-French aviser, from avis  Date: 14th century  transitive verb  1.  a. to give advice to ; counsel ~ her to try a drier climate  b. caution, warn ~ them of the consequences  c. recommend ~ prudence  2. to give information or notice to ; inform ~ them of their rights  intransitive verb  1. to give advice ~ on legal matters  2. to take counsel ; consult ~ with friends  • ~r also advisor noun ...
Merriam-Webster Collegiate Dictionary
6.
  (advises, advising, advised) Frequency: The word is one of the 3000 most common words in English. 1. 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. VERB: V n to-inf, V n wh, V against n, V that, also V with quote 2. 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. VERB: V n on n, V on n 3. If you advise someone of a fact or situation, you tell them the fact or explain what the situation is. (FORMAL) I think it best that I advise you of my decision to retire. = inform, apprise VERB: V n of n 4. see also ill-advised, well advised ...
Collins COBUILD Advanced Learner's English Dictionary
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  ~ S2 W2 v 1 to tell someone what you think they should do, especially when you know more than they do about something ~ sb to do sth  (Passengers are advised not to leave their bags unattended.) ~ sb against doing sth  (I'd advise you against saying anything to the press.) strongly ~  (You are strongly advised to take out medical insurance when visiting China.) ~ caution/patience/restraint etc (=advise people to be careful, patient etc)  (The makers advise extreme caution when handling this material.) 2 to be employed to give advice on a subject about which you have special knowledge or skill ~ on sth  (She's been asked to advise on training the new team.) ~ sb on sth  (He advises us on tax matters.) 3 formal to inform someone about something ~ sb of sth  (We'll advise you of any changes in the delivery dates.) keep sb ~d (=continue to inform someone)  (Keep us advised of the developments.) 4 you would be well/ill ~d to do sth used to tell someone that it is wise or unwise to do something  (You would be well advised to stay in bed and rest.) advisedly ~ adv after careful thought; deliberately  (He behaved like a dictator, and I use the term advisedly.) ...
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

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