advisership

adviser

[ad-vahy-zer]
noun
1.
one who gives advice.
2.
Education. a teacher responsible for advising students on academic matters.
3.
a fortuneteller.
Also, advisor.


Origin:
1605–15; advise + -er1

advisership, noun
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adviser or advisor (ədˈvaɪzə)
 
n
1.  a person who advises
2.  education a person responsible for advising students on academic matters, career guidance, etc
3.  (Brit) education a subject specialist who advises heads of schools on current teaching methods and facilities
 
advisor or advisor
 
n

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adviser
1610s, agent noun from advise. Meaning "military person sent to help a government or army in a foreign country" is recorded from 1915. For advisor, see -er.
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