advisement

advisement (n.) early 14c., avisement "examination, inspection, observation," from O.Fr. avisement "consideration, reflection," from aviser (see ADVISE (Cf. advise)). Meaning "advice, counsel" is from c.1400, as is that of "consultation, conference."

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  • advisement — ad·vise·ment /əd vīz mənt/ n 1: careful consideration: deliberation take the matter under advisement 2: the act or process of advising advisement of the debtor on matters relating to...his debts J. H. Williamson …   Law dictionary

  • advisement — et esgard qu on a à faire quelque chose, Circunspectio et accurata consideratio. Faute d advisement, Tyrocinium animi, Inconsiderantia. Qui a faute d advisement, Inconsideratus. Sans advisement et consideration, Inconsiderate, Temere, Inconsulte …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • Advisement — Ad*vise ment ([a^]d*v[imac]z ment), n. [OE. avisement, F. avisement, fr. aviser. See {Advise}, and cf. {Avisement}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Counsel; advice; information. [Archaic] [1913 Webster] And mused awhile, waking advisement takes of what had… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • advisement — [ad vīz′mənt, ədvīz′mənt] n. [ME & OFr avisement < aviser, ADVISE] careful consideration take under advisement to consider carefully …   English World dictionary

  • advisement — n. (often legal) to take smt. under advisement * * * [əd vaɪzmənt] (often legal) to take smt. under advisement …   Combinatory dictionary

  • advisement — ad|vise|ment [ əd vaızmənt ] noun take something under advisement AMERICAN VERY FORMAL to think carefully about something but not take a decision about it: The board agreed to take the petition under advisement …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • advisement — [[t]ædva͟ɪzmənt[/t]] PHRASE: V inflects If someone in authority takes a matter under advisement, they decide that the matter needs to be considered more carefully, often by experts. [AM, FORMAL] I think this is too important for a snap decision.… …   English dictionary

  • advisement — noun Date: 14th century 1. careful consideration ; deliberation < take a matter under advisement > 2. the act or process of advising (as a college student) …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • advisement — /ad vuyz meuhnt/, n. careful deliberation or consideration; consultation: The petition was taken under advisement. [1300 50; ADVISE + MENT; r. ME avisement < OF] * * * …   Universalium

  • advisement — noun a) Consideration or deliberation. He took the situation under advisement, but was able to draw no conclusion. b) Advice, counsel. Her wisely comforted all that she might, / With goodly counsell and aduisement right [...] …   Wiktionary

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