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conseiller (qn(qch)) nnpl.
advise

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Collaborative Dictionary     French-English
vt.
key in
vt.
increase
adj.
fastened on to (sth) ; fixed to (sth) ; screwed on to (sth)
exp.
to accredit sb (to)
exp.
to recommend sth to sb
exp.
to advise sb to do sth
exp.
to catch sth (on)
exp.
to hitch sth up (to)
exp.
to do sth (all) by oneself
exp.
to do sth (all) on one's own
exp.
(to be) characterized by sth
v.
advise (vt.) ; recommend (vt.)
n.
councillor ; adviser
[Bus.]
vt.
1) advise, 2) recommend
n.
1) councillor (m), 2) adviser (m)
vt.
1) advise (vt), 2) recommend (vt)
n.
public counsellor
v.
be to be recommended
n.
councillor
n.
agricultural adviser
n.
image consultant
n.
cultural attaché
n.
member of Paris city council
n.
marriage guidance counselor
nm.
financial adviser
n.
economic adviser
nm.
careers adviser ; careers advisor
[UK]
n.
Communications Adviser
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Collins
conseiller         

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1]  

      vt  
     [+personne]   to advise  
Il a été mal conseillé.      He has been badly advised.  
conseiller à qn de faire qch      to advise sb to do sth  
     [+méthode, action]   to recommend  
conseiller qch à qn      to recommend sth to sb  
Il m'a conseillé ce livre.      He recommended this book to me.  
Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  
Collins
conseiller          [2]   , -ère  
      nm/f  
     (qui conseille)    adviser
     (membre d'un conseil)    councillor

Translation French - English Collins Dictionary  


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