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con·sul·tan·cy

 (kən-sŭl′tn-sē)
n. pl. con·sul·tan·cies
1. The act or an instance of consulting.
2. A business or agency offering expert or professional advice in a field: opened a financial consultancy.
3. A position as a consultant: accepted a three-year consultancy abroad.

con•sult•an•cy

(kənˈsʌl tn si)

n., pl. -cies.
1. the state or position of being a consultant.
2. a person or firm that provides consulting advice or services.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.consultancy - the practice of giving expert advice within a particular field; "a business management consultancy"
practice - the exercise of a profession; "the practice of the law"; "I took over his practice when he retired"
Translations

consultancy

[kənˈsʌltənsɪ]
A. N (Comm) → consultoría f (Med) → puesto m de especialista
B. CPD consultancy fees NPL (Comm) → derechos mpl de asesoría (Med) → derechos mpl de consulta

consultancy

[kənˈsʌltənsi]
n
(= company) → cabinet-conseil m
(= service) → conseils mpl
modif [work, service, firm] → de conseilconsultancy fee nhonoraires mpl d'expert

consultancy

n (= act)Beratung f; (= business)Beratungsbüro nt

consultancy

[kənˈsʌltnsɪ]
1. nconsulenza
2. adj (fees, business) → di consulenza
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