1. Savet stručne osobe o nekom pitanju;
2. Savetovanje specijaliste o nekom pitanju;
3. Naziv ustanove koja stanovništvu daje stručne i druge savete iz raznih oblasti (lat.)
advice / ædvaɪs /
ETYM Old Eng. avis, French avis; a + Old Fren. vis, from Latin visum seemed, seen; really p. p. of videre to see, so that vis meant that which has seemed best. Related to Vision, Avise, Advise.
A proposal for an appropriate course of action.
ETYM Latin consultatio: cf. French consultation.
Process where those in authority discuss policies with those lower down the hierarchy. For example, management might consult workers about whether or not to introduce flexitime working or offer training packages. There may be regular consultation of workers through meetings between trade unions and managements in a joint consultative committee. Consultation does not imply any bargaining, only listening, and those in authority retain the right to make the final decision.1. A conference (usually with someone important); SYN. audience, interview.
2. A conference between two or more people to consider a particular question.