How Do You Spell ADVISED?

Pronunciation: [ɐdvˈa͡ɪzd] (IPA)

The word 'advised' is pronounced as /ədˈvaɪzd/. It is derived from the verb 'advise', which means to recommend or offer suggestions. The spelling of the word follows the pattern of the past tense of regular verbs in English, where the suffix '-ed' is added at the end. The 'a' in the first syllable is pronounced as the schwa sound, while the 'i' and 'e' in the second and third syllables, respectively, are pronounced as /aɪ/ and /d/.

ADVISED Meaning and Definition

  1. The adjective "advised" is typically used to describe someone who has been given guidance or recommendations for a particular course of action, or who has made a decision based on careful consideration and judgment.

    When referring to a person, "advised" suggests that they have sought or received advice from others, or that they have access to relevant information or expertise. It implies a level of wisdom, prudence, and knowledge pertaining to a specific matter. An "advised" individual demonstrates a capacity for making informed choices and taking calculated risks based on the guidance they have received.

    Alternatively, "advised" can also pertain to an action or decision. In this context, it signifies that the action or decision was made wisely, after careful thought or consultation with others. It implies that the individual or entity undertaking the action has taken into account the potential risks, consequences, and benefits associated with it.

    Overall, "advised" connotes a sense of considered action or decision-making, reflecting a readiness to rely on counsel, weigh options, and acknowledge the value of expert or collective insights. It suggests a level-headedness in navigating complex situations and an openness to gathering information and opinions before proceeding.

  2. Cautious; prudent; counselled.

    Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.

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Etymology of ADVISED

The word advised originates from the Middle English term avised or avisid, which was derived from the Old French word aviser. In turn, aviser was formed from the Vulgar Latin word advisare, meaning to consider. Ultimately, the Latin term ad-, denoting to or towards, combined with the verb visare, meaning to see or to examine, gave rise to the Old French and Middle English variations, eventually leading to the modern term advised.

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Conjugate verb Advised


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