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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.

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
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

counselor

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

counsellor

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

counsellor

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

counsellor

counselor (Am) [ˈkaʊnsləʳ] n (adviser) → consulente m/f (Psych) → assistente m/f socio-psicologico/a (Am) (lawyer) → avvocato/essa

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.
References in classic literature ?
God himself is not without, but hath made it one of the great names of his blessed Son: The Counsellor.
A counsellor having remarked that the gentlemen were fatigued, and that it would be a long time to wait until the torture was at an end, the president replied that a magistrate must know how to sacrifice himself to his duty.
Saying these words, he leaped with great dexterity into the sea (if I may so call it) of Flatland, right in the midst of the ring of Counsellors.