(=book) guide m
→ travel guide
→ the Pocket Guide to Butterflies of Britain and Europe.
→ The Rough Guide to Paris lists accommodation for as little as £10 a night.
We bought a guide to Paris. Nous avons acheté un guide sur Paris.
a guide to healthy living un guide pour une vie saine
→ This book is a practical guide to healthy living.
(=person) guide m
→ We've arranged a tour of the city with your guide.
→ They hired local people to act as guides.
The guide showed us round the castle. Le guide nous a fait visiter le château.
→ He took her arm and guided her through the doorway.
[star, sign] guider
→ They crossed the North Sea with only the stars to guide them.
(=govern) guider → the principles guiding their policy making He should have let his instinct guide him. Il aurait dû se laisser guider par son instinct. to be guided by sb/sth se laisser guider par qn/qch → Development has been guided by a concern for the ecology of the area. → Politicians will in the end always be guided by changes in public opinion.
girl guide , (British) girl scout (US)
n éclaireuse f
the Guides les Éclaireuses mpl
→ She goes to Guides on Tuesday evening.
→ She's been in the Guides for three years.
to guide sb through sth [+process, complexities] guider qn dans qch
→ You need an expert to guide you through the process.
→ You need someone to guide you through the complex process of buying a house.
→ A free helpline has been set up in Glasgow to guide businessmen through the maze of government and EC grants.
n chien m d'aveugle
n index m des rues, répertoire m des rues
(=person) guide mf
n guide m de l'utilisateur