counsel

counsel
1. noun
1) (advice: He'll give you good counsel on your problems.) consejo
2) (a barrister or advocate: counsel for the defence.) abogado

2. verb
(to advise; to recommend.) aconsejar
counsel
tr['kaʊnsəl]
noun
1 (advice) consejo
2 SMALLLAW/SMALL abogado,-a
transitive verb
1 (advise) aconsejar
2 (give professional advice) orientar, aconsejar
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to keep one's own counsel guardar silencio, reservarse la opinión
to take counsel with somebody consultar con alguien
counsel for the defence abogado,-a defensor,-ra
counsel for the prosecution fiscal nombre masulino o femenino
counsel ['kaʊntsəl] v, -seled or -selled ; -seling or -selling vt
advise: aconsejar, asesorar, recomendar
counsel vi
consult: consultar
counsel n
1) advice: consejo m, recomendación f
2) consultation: consulta f
3) counsel ns & pl
lawyer: abogado m , -da f
counsel
n.
abogado consultor s.m.
consejo s.m.
deliberación s.f.
v.
aconsejar v.
asesorar v.
consultar v.
guiar v.

I 'kaʊnsəl
noun
a) u c (advice) (frml or liter) consejo m

to hold/take counsel with somebody — asesorarse or aconsejarse con alguien

to keep one's own counsel — reservarse la opinión

b) (pl counsel) (no art) (Law) abogado, -da m,f

counsel for the defense — abogado defensor, abogada defensora m,f

counsel for the prosecution — fiscal mf


II
transitive verb, BrE -ll- (frml) aconsejar, recomendar*

to counsel somebody to + INF — aconsejarle a alguien que (+ subj)

['kaʊnsǝl]
1. N
1) frm, liter (=advice) consejo m

to hold/take counsel (with sb) about sth — consultar or pedir consejo (a algn) sobre algo

to keep one's own counsel — guardar silencio

a counsel of perfection — un ideal imposible

2) (Jur) (pl inv) abogado(-a) m / f

counsel for the defence — (Brit) abogado(-a) m / f defensor(a)

counsel for the prosecution — (Brit) fiscal mf

Queen's or King's Counsel — (Brit) abogado(-a) m / f del Estado

2.
VT [+ person] frm aconsejar; (Med etc) orientar; [+ prudence etc] recomendar

to counsel sb to do sth — aconsejar a algn que haga algo

* * *

I ['kaʊnsəl]
noun
a) u c (advice) (frml or liter) consejo m

to hold/take counsel with somebody — asesorarse or aconsejarse con alguien

to keep one's own counsel — reservarse la opinión

b) (pl counsel) (no art) (Law) abogado, -da m,f

counsel for the defense — abogado defensor, abogada defensora m,f

counsel for the prosecution — fiscal mf


II
transitive verb, BrE -ll- (frml) aconsejar, recomendar*

to counsel somebody to + INF — aconsejarle a alguien que (+ subj)


English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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