verb (used with object), advised, advising.
to give counsel to; offer an opinion or suggestion as worth following: I advise you to be cautious.
to recommend as desirable, wise, prudent, etc.: He advised secrecy.
to give (a person, group, etc.) information or notice (often followed by of ): The investors were advised of the risk. They advised him that this was their final notice.
verb (used without object), advised, advising.
to take counsel; consult (usually followed by with ): I shall advise with my friends.
to offer counsel; give advice: I shall act as you advise.

1275–1325; late Middle English; replacing Middle English avisen < Anglo-French, Old French aviser, verbal derivative of avis opinion (< a vis; see advice)

preadvise, verb (used with object), preadvised, preadvising.
readvise, verb, readvised, readvising.

advice, advise (see synonym study at advice).

1. counsel, admonish, caution. 2. suggest. 3. inform, notify, apprise, acquaint. 4. confer, deliberate, discuss, consult. Unabridged
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advise (ədˈvaɪz)
vb (sometimes foll by of) (foll by with)
1.  to offer advice (to a person or persons); counsel: he advised the king; to advise caution; he advised her to leave
2.  formal to inform or notify
3.  obsolete chiefly, or (US) to consult or discuss
[C14: via Old French from Vulgar Latin advīsāre (unattested) to consider, from Latin ad- to + visāre (unattested), from vīsere to view, from vidēre to see]

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Word Origin & History

c.1300, avisen, from O.Fr. aviser, from avis (see advice). The verb preserves the older spelling. Related: Advisory "weather warning" (1931).
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Example sentences
When it comes time to advise their graduate students on the job market, they
  offer the wisdom that comes from their experience.
The authors advise introducing new foods slowly but persistently.
But some who have used the program advise caution.
If this information is incorrect please advise.
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