advise


advise
1. III
advise smth. advise a rest (a new job, a change of scene, etc.) советовать отдых /отдохнуть/ и т. д.; advise smb. he will advise you он даст вам совет
2. IV
advise smb. in some manner
1) advise smb. willingly (unwillingly) охотно (неохотно) давать кому-л. советы; advise smb. legally (officially, vaguely, etc.) давать кому-л. юридические и т. д. советы
2) advise smb. officially (previously, etc.) официально и т. д. извещать кого-л.
3. VII
advise smb. to do smth. advise smb. to be cautious (to wait, to come again, to stay in bed, to do smth. oneself, etc.) советовать /рекомендовать/ кому-л. быть осторожным и т. д.; I advise you to see this film рекомендую вам посмотреть этот фильм
4. XI
1) be advised to do smth. I was advised to do it мне рекомендовали /советовали/ это сделать; they were urgently /strongly/ advised to do smth. about it им настоятельно рекомендуется принять какие-либо меры по этому поводу || be well advised to do smth. правильно поступить в каком-л. деле; she was well advised to go there она правильно поступила, что пошла туда
2) be advised of smth. he was duly advised of this matter его своевременно поставили в известность об этом деле
5. XII
keep smb. advised of smth. please keep me advised of the matter пожалуйста, держите меня в курсе дела
6. XVI
advise against smth. advise against smoking (against excessive use of sugar, against late hours, etc.) предупреждать о вреде курения и т. д.
7. XVII
advise against doing smth. advise against waiting (against buying an old car, against going out, etc.) советовать не ждать и т. д.; I want to advise you against speaking to him about it now я хочу предупредить вас, чтобы вы сейчас с ним об этом не говорили
8. XXI1
1) advise smb. on smth. advise smb. on a question ( on financial matters, on matters of inheritance, etc.) давать кому-л. совет(ы) по какому-л. вопросу и т. д.; advise smb. against smth. he advised me against chance acquaintances он предупредил меня о нежелательности или об опасности случайных знакомств || advise smb. to the contrary советовать не делать чего-л.
2) advise smb. of smth. advise smb. of the state of things (of the progress of the matter, of the risk, of the arrival of the goods, etc.) извещать кого-л. /сообщить кому-л./ о положении дел и т. д.
9. XXII
advise smb. against doing smth. advise smb. against waiting (against going with him, against renting a house, etc.) не рекомендовать кому-л. ждать и т. д.
10. XXVI
advise smb. that... (what..., etc.) offic. advise smb. that the goods have come (what is passing here, when the train is due, when you hear about it, etc.) извещать кого-л. о том, что товары прибыли и т. д.

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • advise — (v.) late 13c., avisen to view, consider, from O.Fr. aviser deliberate, reflect, consider (13c.), from avis opinion (see ADVICE (Cf. advice)). Meaning to give counsel to is late 14c. Related: Advised; advising …   Etymology dictionary

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