♦ advice

♦ advice /ədˈvaɪs/
n.
1 [u] consiglio, consigli: He gave me some good advice, mi diede dei buoni consigli; My advice is to wait, il mio consiglio è di aspettare; Let me give you a piece of advice, lascia che ti dia un consiglio; Take my advice, segui i miei consigli; da' retta a me; to follow sb.'s advice, seguire i consigli di q.; sound advice, buoni consigli; unsolicited advice, parere non richiesto
2 [u] parere (di professionista); raccomandazione; consiglio; consulenza: legal advice, parere legale; to take (legal) advice, consultare un avvocato; chiedere un parere legale; professional advice, consulenza professionale; to take medical advice, consultare un medico; on your advice, dietro raccomandazione tua; to seek advice, chiedere un parere; expert advice, parere di un esperto
3 (comm., fin.) avviso; notifica: advice note, lettera d'avviso; (banca) avviso di accreditamento; (comm.) avviso di spedizione; (Borsa) advice of deal, avviso d'operazione compiuta; as per advice, come da avviso
4 (arc.) comunicazione; notizia; informazione.

English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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