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ad·vis·er

or ad·vi·sor  (ăd-vī′zər)
n.
1. One that advises, such as a person or firm that offers official or professional advice to clients.
2. An educator who advises students in academic and personal matters.

adviser

(ədˈvaɪzə) or

advisor

n
1. a person who advises
2. (Education) education a person responsible for advising students on academic matters, career guidance, etc
3. (Education) education Brit a subject specialist who advises heads of schools on current teaching methods and facilities
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.adviser - an expert who gives adviceadviser - an expert who gives advice; "an adviser helped students select their courses"; "the United States sent military advisors to Guatemala"
amicus curiae, friend of the court - an adviser to the court on some matter of law who is not a party to the case; usually someone who wants to influence the outcome of a lawsuit involving matters of wide public interest
authority - an expert whose views are taken as definitive; "he is an authority on corporate law"
backroom boy, brain truster - an expert adviser involved in making important decisions but usually lacking official status
beauty consultant - someone who gives you advice about your personal appearance
counselor, counsellor - someone who gives advice about problems
agricultural agent, county agent, extension agent - an advisor employed by the government to assist people in rural areas with methods of farming and home economics
fashion consultant, fashionmonger - someone who advises you about fashionable clothing
investment adviser, investment advisor - someone who advises others how to invest their money
management consultant - adviser to business about efficient management practices
media consultant, media guru - someone who advises about the use of communication media
military adviser, military advisor - a military officer who serves as an adviser to the troops of an allied nation
security consultant - an adviser about alarm systems to prevent burglaries
starets - a religious adviser (not necessarily a priest) in the Eastern Orthodox Church
tipster, tout - one who sells advice about gambling or speculation (especially at the racetrack)

adviser

adviser

or advisor
noun
One who advises another, especially officially or professionally:
Law: counsel.
Translations
rádceporadce
rådgiver
neuvonantaja
ráîgjafi
svetovalec

adviser

advisor [ədˈvaɪzəʳ] N (in business, politics etc) → asesor(a) m/f, consejero/a m/f
legal adviserabogado/a m/f, asesor(a) m/f jurídico/a
spiritual adviserconsejero m espiritual

adviser

advisor [ədˈvaɪzər] nconseiller/ère m/f
careers adviser → conseiller/ère m/f d'orientation

adviser

nRatgeber(in) m(f); (professional) → Berater(in) m(f); legal adviserRechtsberater(in) m(f); spiritual advisergeistlicher Berater

adviser

advisor [ədˈvaɪzəʳ] n (in politics) → consigliere/a; (in business) → consulente m/f

advice

(ədˈvais) 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.
advise (ədˈvaiz) verb
1. to give advice to; to recommend. My lawyer advises me to buy the house.
2. (with of) to inform. This letter is to advise you of our interest in your proposal.
adˈvisable adjective
(of actions) wise. The doctor does not think it advisable for you to drink alcohol.
adˌvisaˈbility noun
adˈviser, adˈvisor noun
a person who advises.
adˈvisory adjective
giving advice. an advisory leaflet; He acted in an advisory capacity.

advice is a noun and never used in the plural: to give advice / a piece of advice / some advice .
advise is a verb: He advises us not to go .
References in classic literature ?
Men seldom do, for when women are the advisers, the lords of creation don't take the advice till they have persuaded themselves that it is just what they intended to do.
In a word, I believe,--and my legal advisers coincide in the belief, which, moreover, is authorized, to a certain extent, by the family traditions,--that my grandfather was in possession of some deed, or other document, essential to this claim, but which has since disappeared.
Now, turn to that paper, and tell me whether it distinctly states that the prisoner expressly said that his legal advisers instructed him altogether to reserve his defence?
So saying, he resumed his discontented walk through the apartment; and Rebecca, perceiving that her attempts at consolation only served to awaken new subjects of complaint, wisely desisted from her unavailing efforts a prudential line of conduct, and we recommend to all who set up for comforters and advisers, to follow it in the like circumstances.
Madame du Bousquier was then enlightened on the various deceptions of her marriage; and as she was still the same simpleton she had always been, she amused her advisers by delightful naivetes.
I cannot remember now what it was, but his medical advisers had put him on a very severe regimen, and the ferocious hunger familiar to convalescents, sheer animal appetite, had overpowered all human sensibilities.
The son of a distinguished general, he began his career as attache to the military advisers of the Emperor.
And if there are some who think that a prince who conveys an impression of his wisdom is not so through his own ability, but through the good advisers that he has around him, beyond doubt they are deceived, because this is an axiom which never fails: that a prince who is not wise himself will never take good advice, unless by chance he has yielded his affairs entirely to one person who happens to be a very prudent man.
I know too well the wisdom of the queen and that of her advisers to suppose that they will leave the capital long in trouble that may lead to a revolution.
Hitherto, whenever there appeared the slightest call for such interference, he had never lacked advisers, nor shown himself averse to be guided by their judgment.
Grant, hearing the latter part of this speech, enforced it warmly, persuaded that no judgment could be equal to her brother's; and as Miss Bertram caught at the idea likewise, and gave it her full support, declaring that, in her opinion, it was infinitely better to consult with friends and disinterested advisers, than immediately to throw the business into the hands of a professional man, Mr.
Yes, your double-dealing advisers, your Chevalier de Lorraine -- your De Wardes.