advise 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:3
v. advises 1 advising 0 advised 13
I had advised the kids that while verbs（动词）may seem dull, most of the fun things they do throughout their lives will be verbs.
You are advised to book in advance.
忠告,勸告,建議;通知,告知The vice-adviser advised the reviser to devise a device for getting rid of vice.代理顧問建議校訂者想出一個根除惡習的計策.
1. ~ (sb) (against sth / against doing sth) to tell sb what you think they should do in a particular situation
▪ [V] I would strongly advise against going out on your own.
▪ [VN] Her mother was away and couldn’t advise her.
I’d advise extreme caution.
▪ [VN to inf] Police are advising people to stay at home.
I’d advise you not to tell him.
▪ [V that] They advise that a passport be carried with you at all times.
他们建议护照要随时带在身边。 (BrE also)
They advise that a passport should be carried with you at all times.
▪ [VN that] It is strongly advised that you take out insurance.
▪ [V -ing] I’d advise buying your tickets well in advance if you want to travel in August.
▪ [V speech , VN speech] ‘Get there early,’ she advised (them).
⇨ see also ill-advised , well advised
⇨ note at recommend
2. ~ (sb) on sth | ~ (sb) about sth / about doing sth to give sb help and information on a subject that you know a lot about
▪ [V] We employ an expert to advise on new technology.
▪ [VN] She advises the government on environmental issues.
▪ [V wh-] The pharmacist will advise which medicines are safe to take.
▪ [VN wh-] Your lawyer can advise you whether to take any action.
3. ~ sb (of sth) (formal) to officially tell sb sth
SYN inform :
▪ [VN] Please advise us of any change of address.
▪ [VN wh-] I will contact you later to advise you when to come.
▪ [VN that] I regret to advise you that the course is now full.
1 [intransitive, transitive] to tell someone what you think they should do, especially when you know more than they do about something 劝告，忠告；建议
She needed someone to advise her.
advise somebody to do something
Evans advised him to leave London.
You are strongly advised to take out medical insurance when visiting China.
advise somebody against (doing) something
I’d advise you against saying anything to the press.
Experts advise that sunscreen be reapplied every one to two hours.
advise caution/patience/restraint etc (=advise people to be careful, patient etc) 建议小心/有耐心/克制等
The makers advise extreme caution when handling this material.
‘ …, ’ somebody advised
‘Make sure that you keep the documents in a safe place, ’ Otley advised him.
2 [intransitive, transitive] to be employed to give advice on a subject about which you have special knowledge or skill （向…）提供〔专业的〕建议
advise somebody on/about something
He advises us on tax matters.
advise on something
She’s been asked to advise on training the new sales team.
advise somebody on something
He advises us on tax matters.
3 [transitive] formal to tell someone about something 通知
advise somebody of something
We’ll advise you of any changes in the delivery dates.
Keep us advised of (=continue to tell us about) any new developments.
advise somebody that
They advised him that the tour would proceed.
4 you would be well/ill advised to do something used to tell someone that it is wise or unwise to do something 建议你最好做/不做某事
You would be well advised to stay in bed and rest.
1.VERB 动词劝告；忠告；给…出主意 If you advise someone to do something, you tell them what you think they should do.
【语法信息】：V n to-inf
【语法信息】：V n wh
【语法信息】：V against n
【语法信息】：Also V with quote
The minister advised him to leave as soon as possible…
Herbert would surely advise her how to approach the bank…
I would strongly advise against it…
Doctors advised that he should be transferred to a private room.
2.VERB 动词（专家）建议，向…提供意见 If an expert advises people on a particular subject, he or she gives them help and information on that subject.
【语法信息】：V n on n
【语法信息】：V on n
…an officer who advises undergraduates on money matters…
A family doctor will be able to advise on suitable birth control.
3.VERB 动词通知，告知（某人事实或情况） If you advise someone of a fact or situation, you tell them the fact or explain what the situation is.
【语法信息】：V n of n
…the decision requiring police to advise suspects of their rights…
I think it best that I advise you of my decision to retire.
4.V-PASSIVE 被动动词（官方文件）告知 If an official document states that you are advised to do something, it is telling you the correct or appropriate thing to do.
【语法信息】：be V-ed to-inf
Candidates in India are advised to submit their applications through the overseas student office in London…
Residents are advised not to put their rubbish bags on the pavement outside their houses.
5.See also:ill-advised;well advised;
Usage Note :
Do not confuse advise and advice. Advice is the noun that is connected with the verb advise. If you advise someone to do something, you tell them what you think they should do. If you suggest something, however, you mention it as an idea or plan for someone to think about, perhaps together with other ideas or plans. You can also suggest doing something, or suggest that someone does something. Your bank manager will probably suggest a loan… I suggested inviting Jim… I suggest that you leave this to me.
请勿混淆advise和advice。advice是advise的名词形式。advise用于告诉别人应该怎样做。suggest用于提出想法或计划以供对方考虑，有可能和其他想法或计划一起提出。可以说suggest doing something或suggest that someone does something。例如：Your bank manager will probably suggest a loan（银行经理可能会建议你贷款），I suggested inviting Jim（我建议邀请吉姆），I suggest that you leave this to me（我建议你将此事交给我处理）。
advises; advised; advising
a : to give an opinion or suggestion to someone about what should be done : to give advice to (someone)劝告；忠告；建议
[+ object] I strongly advise you to sell your old car.
We advised them to save their money.
My doctor advised me to lose some weight.
She advises the President on foreign affairs.
Our lawyer advised us against buying that house. [=she told us that we shouldn’t buy that house] 我们的律师建议我们不要买那所房子。
[no object] We were thinking of buying that house, but our lawyer advised against it.
b [+ object] : to recommend or suggest (something)推荐；建议
I advise selling your old car.
We were thinking of buying that house, but our lawyer advised caution. [=said that we should be cautious] 我们在考虑购买那所房子，不过我们的律师建议我们要谨慎。
He advises patience/restraint when dealing with children.
— see also ill-advised, well-advised
[+ object] formal : to give information to (someone)通知；告知
The police advised them of their rights. [=the police told them what their legal rights were] 警察告知了他们所拥有的权利。
She says she was never advised [=informed, told] about the new procedures.
We advised [=apprised] them of the danger.
The boss asked us to keep him advised about/on how the project is going.
— adviser also advisor /ədˈvaɪzɚ/ noun, plural advisers also advisors [count] a financial/legal/medical adviser
She’s an adviser to the President on foreign affairs.