In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(counsel)consejos masculino(professional) asesoramiento masculinoa piece of advice — un consejo
- he gave me some good advice — me dio buenos consejos
- I'd like your advice — quisiera que me aconsejaras
- advice on / about sth
- I'd like some advice on these contracts — quisiera que se me aconsejara / se me asesorara sobre estos contratos
- to give sb advice — aconsejar a algn
- I asked him for his/some advice — le pedí que me aconsejara
- to seek sb's advice — consultar a algn
- to seek advice from sb — consultar a algn
- he should seek medical advice — debería consultar a un médico
- I sought the advice of a lawyer — consulté a un abogado
- to take / follow sb's advice — hacerle caso a algn
- take my advice — hazme caso
- to take advice from sb — consultar a algn
- they should take legal advice — deberían asesorarse con / consultar a un abogado
- before noun advice column — consultorio sentimental
- They will then offer advice on how the groups can extend their services to a wider range of people.
- Importantly, the site also offers advice on what to do should your debt have run out of control.
- This handbook offers advice on blogging anonymously and getting round censorship.
- Every week, it seems, women are offered ever more expert advice on how to manipulate their men.
- Everyone arrested is offered drug treatment and advice on benefits and housing.
- There are too many powerful men who truly believe that the Waltons offer dandy advice on life and morals.
- Can you offer any advice on how to plan what to grow, how to set out and maintain the patch, what tools to get, etc?
- The salon also offers hairdressers advice on how to run their businesses better.
- Several lawyers have offered free advice on the issue and he said he would ask one of them what he should do.
- The trust can back this up with workplace visits offering advice on giving up.
- Police today offered advice on how van owners can make themselves less vulnerable to the gang.
- Even when he was offering me advice on my personal life, he had me in stitches.
- We offer advice on the procedures to get court orders to remove illegal encampments.
- We would like to offer some advice on how to ensure they do not become victims.
- They were giving it out to customers as well as offering advice on the benefits of tap water over bottled water.
- The messages offer encouragement and advice on how to choose the best career.
- The guidance gives no advice on how the question of incapacity is to be determined.
- It tells us to stop buying rounds but offers little practical advice on how to dodge them.
- Spotting classic mistakes is not easy, but there is some good advice on offer.
- Fruit nurseries are always happy to offer advice on how to grow specific plants, so do ask when you buy.
2(notification)aviso masculinonotificación femeninobefore noun advice note — albarán de embarque masculino
- Cheques and remittance advices were raised mostly in alphabetical order, as per the purchase ledger.
- Providers will see an increase in their payments and on their remit advices.
- In relation to counsel's fees, there were a number of advices that have not been set out in the schedule.
- Is it a stack of old draft reports and legal advices?
- A full and conclusive inquiry was conducted by the Attorney-General including advices of independent Queen's Counsels.
- Then underneath, ‘Counsel's costs’, there are two advices: one at £900, one at £825.
- He said the excess water deduction on members' salary advices was recently amended.
- When you're dealing with laws, there'll be a duplication of advices that are being received.
- Suppliers of medical services also have immediate access to their remittance advices which results in a paperless environment.
- This electronic payment solution provides electronic versions of paper checks and remittance advices.
- This strategy should include providing members with fortnightly pay advices.
- An offsider is hauling together the thousands of different legal advices and papers published on the web.
- We quote below a message which will represent your first advices in connection with this incident.
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