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Synonyms for advise



Synonyms for advise

to give recommendations to (someone) about a decision or course of action

to meet and exchange views to reach a decision

to impart information to

Synonyms for advise

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* Maintains the cultural calendar and advises the team of key dates and significant activities.
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The LGU Sagada advises the public that all tourist destinations in the entire town will be closed to tourism activities on January 1, 2019.
In Shrewsbury, Aaron & Partners LLP's 'sophisticated and knowledgeable team' advises a range of banks and borrowers.
Branko Geroski in Sloboden pecat advises the representatives of the Government calmly and convincingly, without quarrels, with honest messages, to explain to the people why they should vote "for".
Vasiliki advises individuals and corporate investors on commercial real estate projects, including advice on debt financing and other lending transactions.
In the area of project finance, Wilson advises lenders, governments, sponsors and project companies on projects in the energy, utilities, and infrastructure and metals sectors in various jurisdictions.
"The firm has an excellent reputation for the quality of its work and the wide variety of clients which it advises.
Terry O'Banion (2012) advises counselors to work with students to explore their goals through self-reflection.
He also advises on projects in the energy and regeneration sectors.
Summary: Riyadh, Jumada II 11, 1432 / May 14, 2011, SPA -- The Saudi embassy in Japan said that currently, there is nothing to prevent the Saudi citizens from traveling to Japan despite some continued aftershocks which the embassy advises to be cautious about.
He also advises mobile phone giant Sony Ericsson in relation to international joint ventures and mergers and acquisitions.
"Communicate with all of your employees and suppliers," advises Borchert.
Walker advises advertisers not to apply the saturation impulse used in airing television commercials to product placement.