To give counsel to; offer a viewpoint to, as worthwhile or expedient is followed: as, I advise you is careful *** conjecture.
To suggest as smart, *** etc.; advise due to the fact proper strategy: as, under these scenarios we advise abstinence.
To give information to; communicate notice to; make acquainted with: followed closely by of before the thing communicated: since, the merchants had been advised of this danger.
Synonyms To counsel, admonish, suggest (to), recommend (to).—4. To inform, apprise, acquaint.
To deliberate; simply take thought; think about; mirror: sometimes made use of reflexively.
To just take advice; join others in deliberating; seek the guidance of another or other people: followed closely by with: as, I shall advise with my buddies about what is to be done.
To counsel; offer advice: as, i shall act as you advise.
[Advise and its own derivatives are utilized by old article authors in many different other programs associated with the notions of witnessing, seeing, showing, etc., suggested because of the etymology.]