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You can always contact your teacher for advice and support.
Ask your father for advice.
We are here to give people advice about health issues.
Tenants involved in a dispute with their landlord should seek legal advice.
He ignored the doctor’s advice that he ought to lose weight.
She’s acting on her lawyer’s advice.
She applied to New York University on the advice of her teacher.
Let me give you some advice.
I took his advice and left.
used when giving friendly advice
used when giving stronger advice
used when giving advice that is based on your own experience
used when offering advice to someone, even though they may not want to hear what you are telling them
used when giving advice in more formal and serious contexts
This is the American English definition of advice. View British English definition of advice.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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