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counsel

Definitions


[ˈkaʊnsl], (Noun)

Definitions:
- advice, especially that given formally
(e.g: with wise counsel a couple can buy a home that will be appreciating in value)

- a barrister or other legal adviser conducting a case
(e.g: the counsel for the defence)


Phrases:
- a counsel of despair
- a counsel of perfection
- keep one's own counsel
- take counsel

Origin:
Middle English: via Old French counseil (noun), conseiller (verb), from Latin consilium ‘consultation, advice’, related to consulere (see consult). Compare with council


[ˈkaʊnsl], (Verb)

Definitions:
- give advice to (someone)
(e.g: careers officers should counsel young people in making their career decisions)


Phrases:
- a counsel of despair
- a counsel of perfection
- keep one's own counsel
- take counsel

Origin:




definition by Oxford Dictionaries




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