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coun·sel·or

also coun·sel·lor  (koun′sə-lər, -slər)
n.
1. A person who gives counsel; an adviser.
2. An attorney, especially a trial lawyer.
3. A person who supervises children at a summer camp.
4. A person, especially a licensed professional, who treats people with mental, emotional, and behavioral disorders and problems. See Usage Note at council.

coun′se·lor·ship′ n.
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counsellor

(ˈkaʊnsələ) or

counselor

n
1. a person who gives counsel; adviser
2. (Social Welfare) a person, such as a social worker, who is involved in counselling
3. (Law) Also called: counselor-at-law US a lawyer, esp one who conducts cases in court; attorney
4. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a senior British diplomatic officer
5. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a US diplomatic officer ranking just below an ambassador or minister
6. (Education) a person who advises students or others on personal problems or academic and occupational choice
ˈcounsellorˌship, ˈcounselorˌship n
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.counsellor - someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp
supervisor - one who supervises or has charge and direction of
2.counsellor - someone who gives advice about problemscounsellor - someone who gives advice about problems
adviser, advisor, consultant - an expert who gives advice; "an adviser helped students select their courses"; "the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala"
Dutch uncle - a counselor who admonishes frankly and sternly
3.counsellor - a lawyer who pleads cases in courtcounsellor - a lawyer who pleads cases in court  
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
attorney, lawyer - a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice
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counselor

also counsellor
noun
1. One who advises another, especially officially or professionally:
Law: counsel.
2. A person who practices law:
Chiefly British: barrister.
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Translations
مُستشار
poradce
rådgivervejleder
ráîgjafi
svetovalec

counsellor

counselor (US) [ˈkaʊnsələʳ] N
1. (Psych) → consejero/a m/f; (= adviser) → asesor(a) m/f
2. (US) (Scol) → consejero/a m/f, asesor(a) m/f
3. (Irl, US) (Jur) (also counsellor-at-law) → abogado/a m/f
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counsellor

[ˈkaʊnsər] counselor (US) n
(= adviser) → conseiller/ère m/f
(US) (= lawyer) → avocat(e) m/f
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counsellor

, (US) counselor
n
(= adviser)Berater(in) m(f)
(US, Ir: = lawyer) → Rechtsanwalt m/-anwältin f
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counsellor

counselor (Am) [ˈkaʊnsləʳ] n (adviser) → consulente m/f (Psych) → assistente m/f socio-psicologico/a (Am) (lawyer) → avvocato/essa
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

counsel

(ˈkaunsəl) noun
1. advice. He'll give you good counsel on your problems.
2. a barrister or advocate. counsel for the defence.
verbpast tense, past participle ˈcounselled , (American) ˈcounseled
to advise; to recommend.
ˈcounsellor , (American) counselor noun
a person who gives advice.
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References in classic literature ?
"How clever!" exclaimed the King, turning a pleased face toward his counselors. "This boy is indeed remarkably bright.
"That question is what your Majesty might call foxy," said one of the counselors, an old grey fox.
then the king's counselors, who are in number seven - Mademoiselle Stewart, Mademoiselle Wells, Mademoiselle Gwyn, Miss Orchay, Mademoiselle Zunga, Miss Davies, and the proud Countess of Castlemaine - will represent to the king that war costs a great deal of money; that it is better to give balls and suppers at Hampton Court than to equip ships of the line at Portsmouth and Greenwich."
"It is that, searching well around you, you might perhaps find a female counselor to take with you to your brother, whose eloquence might paralyze the ill-will of the seven others."
"Send the Chief Counselor here!" shouted the angry monarch.
Kaliko ran out as fast as his spindle legs could carry his fat, round body, and soon the Chief Counselor entered the cavern.
"Some people," said the Chief Counselor, "enjoy getting angry."
Hearing this, the King glared at his Counselor with a furious expression and tugged at his own long white whiskers until he pulled them so hard that he yelled with pain.
"I share that honor with your Majesty," said the Chief Counselor.
"But when he, upon the street, the (in-satin-and-silk-covered- now-very-unconstrained-after-the-newest-fashioned-dressed) government counselor's wife MET," etc., etc.
A writer's ideas must be a good deal confused, a good deal out of line and sequence, when he starts out to say that a man met a counselor's wife in the street, and then right in the midst of this so simple undertaking halts these approaching people and makes them stand still until he jots down an inventory of the woman's dress.
That Avarice is an ardent counselor; she carries away her man, as Satan did Jesus, to the mountain, and when once she has shown to an unfortunate all the kingdoms of the earth, she is able to repose herself, knowing full well that she has left her companion, Envy, to gnaw his heart.