Advisory ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Advisory ( adjective )

  1. Serving to advise or give information; informative.
  2. Having the power to advise; consultative.

Origin:

Late middle english (in the sense "giving counsel"): from old french avisori, from aviser "consider, advise", from a- (from latin ad "to") + viser "see".

Examples:

  1. The school board's role is advisory.
  2. The committee's function is solely advisory.
  3. The board of directors makes recommendations in an advisory capacity.
  4. He is a member of the advisory council.
  5. This is an advisory note to the investors.

(As a noun)

Advisory ( noun )

  1. Serving to advise or give information; informative.
  2. Having the power to advise; consultative.

Origin:

Late middle english (in the sense "giving counsel"): from old french avisori, from aviser "consider, advise", from a- (from latin ad "to") + viser "see".

Examples:

  1. The school board's role is advisory.
  2. The committee's function is solely advisory.
  3. The board of directors makes recommendations in an advisory capacity.
  4. He is a member of the advisory council.
  5. This is an advisory note to the investors.
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