Definition of well advised in English:

well advised

adjective

  • with infinitive Sensible; wise.

    ‘you would be well advised to obtain legal advice’
    • ‘There have been warnings of late of potato blight and people with sowings of potatoes would be well advised to spray.’
    • ‘Judges and prosecutors are therefore well advised to practice the law with wisdom and compassion.’
    • ‘There is a glossary; but you will be well advised to keep a detailed and extensive dictionary of world religion close by.’
    • ‘Obviously, this is a development that the authorities are well advised to deal urgently and fast.’
    • ‘This particular strain seems to be quite hard to shake and you would be well advised to see your doctor if it hasn't cleared up in a week.’
    • ‘It descends without warning, morning or evening and motorists would be well advised to treat warnings with respect.’
    • ‘The candidates will be well advised to have a good ‘listening’ ear in the weeks ahead.’
    • ‘If you are within sight of Edinburgh Castle this Friday night you would be well advised to look to the skies.’
    • ‘Most newly released prisoners would be well advised to make use of this money to fund the postage costs incurred in seeking gainful employment.’
    • ‘Nevertheless, they would be well advised to take measures to ensure that something of this nature does not happen again.’
    • ‘The organisation would be well advised to use the time to think through the implications of the stance it has taken.’
    • ‘For their own sake and that of the country, they would be well advised to concentrate on issues about which the electorate actually cares.’
    wise, prudent, sensible, advised
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Pronunciation

well advised