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1formal, literary(advice)consejo masculineto hold/take counsel with sb — asesorarse / aconsejarse con algn
- let's hope that wiser counsels may prevail — esperemos que impere el buen sentido
- I am sure that in the time he remains a member of this House he will, if you seek it, offer counsel.
- Civilians hang on their every utterance, politicians seek their counsel, and party-givers stroke them.
- Who among us would then be content with the counsels of patience and delay?
- Forced to live a life on the run, he seeks counsel from an old mystic, who explains that his actions have spawned an immortal incarnation of Fate, known as the Dahaka.
- One knows not to question the wisdom of the Delphic seers, those voices of prescience whose cryptic counsels were so poorly interpreted by their clientele.
- He sought counsel on how to do improvisational comedy.
- It is a pity that he died at an age when he could have been a rich source of consultancy and counsel to the youthful leaders of this country.
- He would make himself available at any time of day or night to anyone seeking his help or counsel.
- To the spiritually minded he was rich in wise counsels.
- If you seek counsel of other kinds, I will be perfectly glad to help in any way that I can.
- Sometimes it is better to seek counsel from a stranger.
- In fact, this is only one of many wise counsels to the cautious buyer who fears being landed with a freshly minted or happily married antique.
- You'd be smart, however, to seek expert counsel before committing to a long-term payment plan.
- But common misconceptions about financial planners prevent many from seeking their counsel.
- As for the European Union, the situation is really bad, though wiser counsels may prevail in the next week or so.
- Some bishops will increasingly seek and rely on counsel in these matters, but whether they ask for it from those offering to give it remains to be seen.
- It is crucial that facility executives seek counsel to address specific questions of liability.
- Did you seek counsel from other business leaders as to how to deal with the downturn?
- For a small fee, punters can seek out my counsel on these matters and I will gladly offer my expertise!
- They were sought for counsel as to the timing for a party's movement.
2plural counselLawabogado masculineabogada femininecounsel for the defense — abogada defensora feminine
- counsel for the prosecution — fiscal
- Lead counsels are also the ones who build the team by recruiting people for each aspect of the case.
- In other words, the efforts of the defence counsel on a partial indemnity basis are justified.
- As a result, our legal counsel advised us to collect an original, signed waiver with each membership application or renewal.
- We are told that the defence counsel was dismissed or did not see the trial through and that a solicitor had to do the best he could in the circumstances.
- Defence counsel and the accused waive this date for jury selection and trial.
- I have still to consult with counsel in this matter, my Lord.
- The committee counsels are scheduled to testify at the morning session, and it's standard practice for Congressional committees to hear from their counsels before taking testimony from outside witnesses.
- I have reduced junior counsels ' fees since it is my view that the time spent in preparation for the motion and the Bill of Costs was excessive and no doubt this was due, at least partly, to inexperience in dealing with estate matters.
- He obviously would have consulted with counsel and they would have told them not to destroy any evidence, first of all, because he'd make matters worse.
- No doubt, all counsel seek to enter a caveat of the kind just entered.
- We order a representation order for leading counsel, junior counsel and a solicitor for the retrial.
- Your role as a defence counsel is to fearlessly advocate for the person you are representing.
- Our clients therefore intend to appear before the court on Monday through counsel to seek an order that the application be dismissed with costs.
- He claimed he could never consult with his counsel privately without a correctional services official being present and that they insisted on reading privileged documents.
- It was taken at trial in the sense that the learned judge was asked by defence counsel for a special verdict to be considered.
- However, the apex court has not given any date on hearing the matter so far, according to counsels here.
- Defence counsel replied that he would be calling evidence to the contrary in regard to that charge.
- As I said before, the defence counsel's submission was legally correct, and his Honour should not have told the jury to put it to one side.
- No company in its right mind sends out a prospectus or press release without getting its counsel to do some legal vetting first.
- Indisputably an appellant solicitor or counsel can conduct his own appeal.
transitive verbcounselled, counselling, counseled, counseling
1formalaconsejarrecomendarto counsel sb to + inf — aconsejarle a algn que + subj
- He is only the latest to have counselled caution.
- It is not surprising that he has already counselled caution about the chances of resuming the constitutional talks.
- But there are some serious - though hard to quantify - risks that counsel caution.
- But he counsels caution, and insists that patients should be able to make a free and informed decision before undergoing the treatment.
- It is not desirable, but while not condoning the behaviour you try and counsel her and direct her to the parents.
- But obviously, I would counsel her, and talk to her, and support her on whatever decision she'd make.
- The chair has to counsel the president on the timing and presentation of information for the board.
- Maybe in an effort to offer people something tangible to do, he counselled citizens to prepare for the worst and ensure that every home had its own personal preparedness plan.
- It is easy to give advice, but I find it very difficult to counsel these kids as to how to go about getting out of trouble.
- Another frequent recommendation counsels scientists to set up collaborations with groups of scientists at different institutions.
- Lee spends a lot of time counseling young people, encouraging them to build strong foundations not just in the gym, but in all aspects of life.
- He counselled caution from the beginning, using much the same arguments he had four years previously.
- These are not reasons for inaction but they counsel caution and careful planning.
- And I would prefer that patience be counseled and that the process take its course.
- He knows to counsel caution more than anybody.
- Just try and explain to an outsider what it is you really do in the part of your job where you directly counsel kids.
- At one level, he is wise to counsel caution when it comes to generalizing about which side of the political debate is religious.
- I believe he will do as the law instructs him to and we will certainly counsel him to obey the law.
- While the big oil companies continue to counsel caution, analysts believe they will take a more liberal view if prices remain strong for any significant period.
- "You don't want to get rusty, " she counseled sagely.
- While they continue to counsel caution and bipartisanship on the part of Democrats, other senators are leaping into action.
- Of course, he did not counsel indifference, let alone abstention, from the economic struggles of the working class.
- Her style of investigation is practical, and she counsels caution when deducing daily life from what has been found in tombs.
- Company executives should counsel their marketing professionals to underpromise and overdeliver.
- I would expect police officers to counsel the drivers on what is to be acquired.
- It's time to stop counselling these young people, and to start challenging them instead.
- My father had been the only family member to counsel personal happiness over ancestral duty.
- In fact, she was counseled to remove her ear hoop for the forum, but she refused.
- He spends many hours weekly counseling young people about their future, and teaching a marriage class.
- The national development agency's study, which counselled caution, examined housing prices in 35 cities and urged authorities to prevent developing price distortions.
- At most it counsels caution, prudence and a little more scepticism.
- They observe and mentor the students, provide them feedback, counsel them, and assist them with their professional and personal development.
- Although no one questions the statistical rigour of the Michigan survey, or of its equivalents elsewhere in the world, experts counsel caution when jumping to economic conclusions.
- I had to be the strong point within this group of people, and help counsel them.
- Others, more hopeful, counselled patience and resolve.
- In fact, commanders counselled caution and warned that hasty judgements by the media would be premature!
- I can't even remember what advice I was seeking from him but he did counsel me over the phone (for whatever it was) and then promised to visit me.
- It would also help to counsel families on making informed decisions about their educational choices.
- In these new circumstances, he has counselled writers and intellectuals to be cautious.
- Workers should be counseled about personal hygiene, and management personnel should be advised about proper handwashing agents.
- She is a Sydney-based consultant psychologist who has counselled many people who have been caught up in bank robberies.
- His wife is a psychologist who counsels cancer patients for a living.
- Health professionals also have a role in counseling patients about safe and effective weight loss and weight maintenance programs.
- Dozens of psychologists and social workers were on hand to counsel students in distress.
- He volunteers two days of his time a week, counselling clients on a one-to-one basis and facilitating group psychotherapy and healing sessions.
- They counselled me and suggested I be involved in a support group.
- The psychologists at the camp have also come forward to counsel the students and their parents over the next two days.
- Nine psychologists, some of whom have counselled the women, are prepared to give evidence of the emotional and personal damage inflicted on the two officials.
- She is the staff psychologist who counsels patients in many areas including changes in family dynamics and grief brought on by cancer.
- Now these offenders, the vast majority of them men, pose peculiar dilemmas for the professionals counselling them.
- Beyond counseling families, the residents are also helping professionals working with families.
- I am not aware of different psychological therapies besides counseling both the patient and the partner.
- For now, clinicians need to use caution in interpreting available information and in counseling their patients.
- It's important to educate and counsel women about genetic information and cancer risk.
- With this information, health professionals at the point of diagnosis can actually counsel families and the patients about what will happen to them.
- I hope, as head of the foundation, to raise £1m in funding, which will be used to pay for the dedicated team of people who counsel the children who need help.
- The woman sitting next to me had counseled children facing severe emotional and physical abuse for 20 years.
- If professionals fail to counsel patients in the way recognized by their peers as appropriate they may be negligent.
- She now wants to use her qualifications to be able to counsel other people who suffer with clinical depression.
- She estimated that she's counselled about 400 people, almost all of them women, since founding the organisation.
intransitive verbcounselled, counselling, counseled, counseling
1aconsejarto counsel against-ing
- he counseled against taking legal action — aconsejó no entablar / que no se entablara demanda
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