The definition of advise is to offer a suggestion about what should be done in a situation.(verb)
A mother warning her child to bring rain boots and an umbrella to an outdoor activity on a day that rain is expected is an example of advise.
See advise in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: ME avisen, orig., to consider < OFr aviser < ML advisare < advisum: see advice
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verb ad·vised, ad·vis·ing, ad·vis·es verb, transitive
Origin: Middle English avisen, advisen
Origin: , from Old French aviser
Origin: , from avis, advice; see advice. Usage Note: The use of advise in the sense of “inform, notify” was found acceptable by a majority of the Usage Panel in an earlier survey, but many members would prefer that this usage be restricted to business correspondence and legal contexts. Thus one may say The suspects were advised of their rights, but it would be considered pretentious to say You'd better advise your friends that the date of the picnic has been changed.
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