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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Word Origin & History

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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Example sentences
Let me just acknowledge the presence of some of my outstanding Cabinet members
  and advisors.
Although he has retired, he still works with Jacq as editorial advisor.
They submitted their theses to their advisors on time.
It is very common that financial advisors will recommend taking the lump sum
  distribution.
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