[ US /ædˈvaɪzd, ədˈvaɪzd/ ]
[ UK /ɐdvˈaɪzd/ ]
[ UK /ɐdvˈaɪzd/ ]
having the benefit of careful prior consideration or counsel
a well-advised delay in carrying out the plan
having received information
be kept advised
How To Use advised In A Sentence
- He advised people against indulging in backbiting.
- She also advised them to avoid characters who worked in town planning, civil engineering or dentistry. Times, Sunday Times
- You are also advised to carry some rainwear, just in case.
- Their lawyers advised them that they might be sued by older workers not allowed to work on. Times, Sunday Times
- They called C4, which is Mexico's emergency dispatch system and advised them that they had been lost for two days, were stranded, dehydrated, and were going to light a signal fire to attempt to get some help," said Cal Fire spokesperson Roxanne Provaznik. Knowledge is Power
- There are no reserved seats, so it is a case of first come first served and everyone is advised to come early to avoid disappointment.
- The exchange rate between US dollar and Tajik somonis will be advised on request for purpose of payment for obtaining bidding documents.
- Marine pilots were advised to drop warning messages on the towns or villages concerned, allowing civilians time to get away. Warfare in the Twentieth Century
- Don't be fooled by English English," advised Columbia: "the accent is like a mouthful of pudding, and when they mean to say the weather is bad they say it is 'nawsty;' they call their rubbers 'galoshes,' their dépôts 'stations,' and when they start on a journey they get their Lippincott's Magazine, November 1885
- The consumer is advised to check this with the butcher to determine if the meat has been koshered.