advice

advice
noun, no pl., no indef. art.
(counsel) Rat, der

on somebody's advice — auf jemandes Rat (Akk.) hin

a piece of advice — ein Rat[schlag]

if you ask or want my advice — wenn du meinen Rat hören willst

ask somebody's advice [on something] — jemanden [wegen etwas] um Rat bitten

take somebody's advice — jemandes Rat (Dat.) folgen

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noun
(suggestions to a person about what he should do: You must seek legal advice if you want a divorce; Let me give you a piece of advice.) der Rat
- academic.ru/887/advise">advise
- advisable
- advisability
- adviser
- advisor
- advisory
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ad·vice
[ədˈvaɪs]
n
1. no pl (recommendation) Rat m
my \advice is to give yourself up to the police ich würde dir raten, dich der Polizei zu stellen
some [or a piece of] \advice ein Rat[schlag] m, eine Empfehlung
financial/legal \advice Finanz-/Rechtsberatung f
to take financial/legal/medical \advice einen Finanzexperten/Rechtsanwalt/Arzt zurate ziehen, sich akk finanziell/rechtlich/medizinisch beraten lassen
to ask [sb] for \advice [jdn] um Rat fragen [o bitten]
to give [or offer] sb \advice jdm einen Rat geben [o erteilen]
to give sb some good \advice jdm einen guten Rat geben
to ignore sb's \advice nicht auf jds Rat hören
to take sb's \advice jds Rat[schlag] beherzigen [o befolgen]
take my \advice! hör[e] auf mich [o meinen Rat]!
on sb's \advice auf jds Rat hin
2. ECON (notification) Bescheid m, Mitteilung f, Avis m o nt fachspr
\advice of delivery Rückschein m
as per \advice laut Bericht [o fachspr Avis]
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[əd'vaɪs]
n
1) no pl Rat m no pl

a piece of advice — ein Rat(schlag) m

let me give you a piece of advice or some advice —

you're a fine one to give advice — du hast gut raten, ausgerechnet du willst hier Ratschläge geben

his advice was always useful — er gab immer guten Rat or gute Ratschläge

that's good advice — das ist ein guter Rat

I didn't ask for your advice — ich habe dich nicht um (deinen) Rat gebeten or gefragt

to take sb's advice — jds Rat (be)folgen

take my advice — höre auf mich

to seek (sb's) advice — (jdn) um Rat fragen; (from doctor, lawyer etc) Rat (bei jdm) einholen

to take medical/legal advice — einen Arzt/Rechtsanwalt zu Rate ziehen

my advice to him would be ... —

it's not advice we need — wir brauchen keine guten Ratschläge

2) (COMM: notification) Mitteilung f, Avis m or nt
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advice [ədˈvaıs] s (nur sg)
1. Rat m, Ratschlag m oder Ratschläge pl:
a piece of advice ein Rat(schlag);
he went to a priest for advice er ging zu einem Priester, um sich Rat zu holen oder um sich beraten zu lassen; er wandte sich Rat suchend an einen Priester;
on sb’s advice auf jemandes Anraten, auf jemandes Rat hin;
she gave me some good advice sie gab mir einen guten Rat;
seek (oder take) advice Rat suchen, sich Rat holen (beide:
from bei);
take legal advice sich juristisch beraten lassen;
take medical advice ärztlichen Rat einholen, einen Arzt zurate ziehen;
take (oder follow) sb’s advice jemandes Rat (be)folgen, auf jemanden hören;
advice column bes US Kummerkasten m;
advice columnist bes US Briefkastenonkel m, -tante f
2. a) Nachricht f, Benachrichtigung f
b) WIRTSCH Avis m/n, Avisierung f, Anzeige f:
as per advice laut Avis;
advice of credit Gutschriftsanzeige;
advice note schriftliche Anzeige
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noun, no pl., no indef. art.
(counsel) Rat, der

on somebody's advice — auf jemandes Rat (Akk.) hin

a piece of advice — ein Rat[schlag]

if you ask or want my advice — wenn du meinen Rat hören willst

ask somebody's advice [on something] — jemanden [wegen etwas] um Rat bitten

take somebody's advice — jemandes Rat (Dat.) folgen

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n.
Beratung -en f.
Empfehlung f.
Hinweisgabe f.
Rat ¨-e m.
Ratschlag m.
Vorschlag m.

English-german dictionary. 2013.

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