adviseur

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From advies 'advice', from medieval Latin advisus, from Latin advisum, the neutrum of the past participle of advidere 'to see to', itself from ad- 'to' + videre 'to see'

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adviseur m (plural adviseurs, diminutive adviseurtje n)

  1. An adviser, someone who gives advice, counsels
  2. A hierarchical rank and title (usually for college graduates) in certain administrations, such as the Belgian federal and various lower-level public offices

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