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Chapter 6 Vocabulary. By: Friedemann. Advise. Verb : to give your opinion to someone about the best thing to do in a particular situation (“I advise you to see a physician immediately.” ) to give people advice, especially as your job  make a proposal, declare a plan for something

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chapter 6 vocabulary

Chapter 6 Vocabulary

By: Friedemann

advise
Advise

Verb: to give your opinion to someone about the best thing to do in a particular situation (“I advise you to see a physician immediately.”)

to give people advice, especially as your job

 make a proposal, declare a plan for something

to tell someone facts or information that they need to know (He was advised not to enter the area)

Noun: advisor (smn. Who gives advice or counsel, often as part of their professional duties, ex. Faculty Advisor)

current
Current

Adjective: happening or existing now "Current events"

believed or practiced by many people at the present time

correct or legal at the present time (current legal statutes)

Noun: a strong movement of water in one direction("The raft floated downstream on the current")

a strong movement of air in one direction

a flow of electricity ("The current was measured in amperes")

Adverb: currently (at present) “Currently, there is no news.”

deprive
Deprive

Verb: if you deprive someone of something, you take it away from them or prevent them from having it

keep from having, keeping, or obtaining (people deprived of liberty)

take away possessions from someone

Noun: deprivation (Since the country’s deprivation of effective governance, it has fallen into anarchy.)

Adjective: Deprived (The food- deprived children almost starved.)