auspices


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aus·pi·ces 1

 (ô′spĭ-sēz′)
n.
Plural of auspex.

aus·pi·ces 2

 (ô′spĭ-sĭz, -sēz′)
n.
Plural of auspice.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.auspices - kindly endorsement and guidanceauspices - kindly endorsement and guidance; "the tournament was held under the auspices of the city council"
endorsement, indorsement - the act of endorsing; "a star athlete can make a lot of money from endorsements"

auspices

plural noun support, backing, control, charge, care, authority, championship, influence, protection, guidance, sponsorship, supervision, patronage, advocacy, countenance, aegis a peace conference under the auspices of the UN
Translations
تَحت رِعايَة
pod záštitou
i nogens regi
á vegum, undir vernd
globojantkieno nors iniciatyvaremiantžadantis sėkmę
aizbildnībakāda aizbildnībā
himayelerindehimayesinde

auspices

[ˈɔːspɪsɪz] NPL under the auspices ofbajo los auspicios de

auspices

[ˈɔːspɪsɪz] npl
under sb's auspices → sous les auspices de qn

auspices

pl
(= sponsorship)Schirmherrschaft f; under the auspices ofunter der Schirmherrschaft (+gen), → unter den Auspizien (+gen) (geh)
(= auguries)Vorzeichen pl, → Auspizien pl (geh); under favourable (Brit) or favorable (US) auspicesunter günstigen Vorzeichen or Auspizien (geh)

auspices

[ˈɔːspɪsɪz] npl under the auspices ofsotto i buoni auspici di

auspices

(ˈoːspisiz) : under the auspices of
arranged or encouraged by (a society etc). This exhibition is being held under the auspices of the Arts Council.
auˈspicious (-ʃəs) adjective
giving hope of success. You haven't made a very auspicious start to your new job.
References in classic literature ?
Aided by Duncan and the younger Mohican, the two latter descended the precipitous sides of that hill which they had so lately ascended under so very different auspices, and whose summit had so nearly proved the scene of their massacre.
said he in a deep voice,--a voice which, had it come from the throat of an uncultivated man, would have been gruff, but, by dint of careful training, was now sufficiently agreeable,--"I was not aware that Miss Hepzibah Pyncheon had commenced business under such favorable auspices.
But not content with this good deed, the indefatigable house again bestirred itself: Samuel and all his Sons --how many, their mother only knows --and under their immediate auspices, and partly, I think, at their expense, the British government was induced to send the sloop-of-war Rattler on a whaling voyage of discovery into the South Sea.
Here was treasure- hunting under the happiest auspices -- there would not be any bothersome uncertainty as to where to dig.
After much deliberation, however, he consented to make a trial; and ever since that period, he has acted as a lecturing agent, under the auspices either of the American or the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
Elton for what was called an introductionof her going into public under the auspices of a friend of Mrs.
Who would be willing to stake his life and his estate upon the verdict of a jury acting under the auspices of judges who had predetermined his guilt?
Although they might not have been personally concerned in the administration, and therefore not immediately agents in the measures to be examined, they would probably have been involved in the parties connected with these measures, and have been elected under their auspices.
Renfield, "Goodbye, and I hope I may see you often, under auspices pleasanter to yourself.
The voyage was being accomplished under the most favourable auspices.
These are mournful auspices to accompany a betrothal," sighed poor Renee.
Let, therefore, your illustrious house take up this charge with that courage and hope with which all just enterprises are undertaken, so that under its standard our native country may be ennobled, and under its auspices may be verified that saying of Petrarch: