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advice remarks or an opinion offered as help in making a decision or in choosing a course of action; counsel.
against in a manner or following a course contrary to. [1/5 definitions]
agreement an arrangement that determines a course of action to be followed by all parties to a transaction, or a document that describes this arrangement. [1/5 definitions]
aim to set a desired course or direction. [1/8 definitions]
amiss out of the proper course or order; wrongly; mistakenly. [1/2 definitions]
antipasto in Italian cookery, an appetizer course including smoked meats, olives, fresh and pickled vegetables, cheese, and other foods.
aptitude test a test intended to measure the probable ability of an untrained person to perform well in a particular job or course of study.
astray off the right or known path or course. [1/2 definitions]
audit to attend (a course at a school or college) for no credit. [1/4 definitions]
auditor one who attends a school or college course for no credit. [1/3 definitions]
Augean of or suggesting Augeas, a king in Greek mythology, or his stables, which had not been cleaned for thirty years until Hercules changed the course of a river so that it swept through them. [1/2 definitions]
automatic pilot an instrument that automatically keeps an aircraft, missile, or the like on a predetermined course at a specific altitude. [1/2 definitions]
barhop (informal) to drink at a series of bars during the course of a given period, esp. during an evening.
beeline the most direct course, usu. traveled quickly.
body English a twisting of the body after launching, hitting, or kicking a ball, as if to guide its course.
brinkmanship the practice of seeking advantage by pursuing a dangerous course of action to the brink of disaster.
business the course of trade; commerce. [1/8 definitions]
by all means without fail; of course; absolutely.
Cape Maleia the southeastern promontory of the Peloponnesus, where, in Greek mythology, Odysseus was thrown off course.
certainly yes, indeed; of course. [1/3 definitions]
certificate a document affirming or acknowledging one's completion of an educational course or program. [1/6 definitions]