[ US /ædˈvaɪs, ədˈvaɪs/ ]
[ UK /ɐdvˈa‍ɪs/ ]
  1. a proposal for an appropriate course of action
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How To Use advice In A Sentence

  • This site offers many resources for students revising for their A level exams, including revision notes and questions, help and advice.
  • And Johnson has some advice for people aspiring to a comfortable living playing music: ‘I've set it in my mind that I will not jive anybody, and not be jived by anybody.’
  • Rubbish advice The erratic bin collections over the past few weeks have left me struggling to cope with all our household rubbish. Times, Sunday Times
  • I learned to depend on him for practical advice under fire.
  • Richard got legal advice from a friend at the gym.
  • The law is there for you but for safety get expert advice before you tell him to leave. The Sun
  • A dislocated wrist, unsuccessfuily set, occasioned advice from my surgeon, to try the mineral waters of Aix, in Provence, as a corroborant. Autobiography
  • The next posts are often about useless slimming products and they might be tempted to buy them without seeking proper advice. The Sun
  • After advice from the district valuer, they put in an offer of £200,000, which was rejected.
  • So my advice to you is to collab and to take your time when releasing material.
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