advise


advise
ad·vise /əd-'vīz/ vb ad·vised, ad·vis·ing
vt
1: to give advice to: counsel
advise them to draw up a will
2: to give information or notice to
advise them of their rights
vi
1: to give advice
advise on legal matters
2: to take counsel
advise with your lawyer
ad·vis·er also ad·vi·sor /əd-'vī-zər/ n

Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. . 1996.

advise
I verb advocate, alert, apprise, auctorem esse, caution, coach, communicate, confer with, consiliari, consilium dare, consult with, convey, counsel, direct, enlighten, express, familiarize, forewarn, give advice, give an opinion, give counsel, give information, give notice, give one to understand, give suggestions, give warning, guide, homini suadere, impart, inform, intimate, make known, mention, notify, offer an opinion, offer counsel, opine, prescribe, propose, recommend, remind, represent, reprove, submit, suggest, warn associated concepts: advisory opinion, declaratory judgment foreign phrases:
- Consilia multorum requiruntur in magnis. — The advice of many are required in affairs of magnitude.
II index advocate, alert, annunciate, apprise, charge (instruct on the law), communicate, confer (consult), contribute (assist), converse, convey (communicate), counsel, disabuse, disclose, exhort, forewarn, help, impart, incite, inform (notify), instruct (direct), motivate, notice (give formal warning), notify, persuade, predict, presage, prognosticate, prompt, propose, reason (persuade), recommend, relate (tell), remind, remonstrate, report (disclose), reveal, signify (inform), urge

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


advise
v.
To counsel; to recommend a course of action; to offer helpful suggestions.
adj.
advisory

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.


advise
To give an opinion or recommend a plan or course of action; to give notice; to encourage, inform, or acquaint.

Dictionary from West's Encyclopedia of American Law. 2005.


advise
To give an opinion or recommend a plan or course of action; to give notice; to encourage, inform, or acquaint.

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