# Evaluate vs Advise - What's the difference?

evaluate | advise |

## As verbs the difference between

is that

to draw conclusions from examining; to assess
(mathematics) to compute or determine the value of (an expression)
To return or have a specific value.
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To give advice to; to offer an opinion, as worthy or expedient to be followed.
To give information or notice to; to inform or counsel; — with (
To consider, to deliberate.
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(obsolete) To look at, watch; to see.
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## In lang=en terms the difference between evaluate and advise

is that**evaluate**is to draw conclusions from examining; to assess while

**advise**is to consider, to deliberate.

## As verbs the difference between **evaluate** and **advise**

is that **evaluate**is to draw conclusions from examining; to assess while

**advise**is to give advice to; to offer an opinion, as worthy or expedient to be followed.

# evaluate

## English

### Verb

(*evaluat*)

*It will take several years to***evaluate**the material gathered in the survey.

*Evaluate**this polynomial.*

**2006**, Lev Sabinin, Larissa Sbitneva, Ivan Shestakov,

*Non-Associative Algebra and Its Applications*, CRC Press (ISBN 9780824726690), page 201

*Since element (15.1)***evaluates**to a scalar multiple of the identity element of the Cayley-Dickson algebra.*' to an element of the center in any alternative algebra, (15.1) has to '*evaluate

**2007**, James E. Gentle,

*Matrix Algebra: Theory, Computations, and Applications in Statistics*, Springer Science & Business Media (ISBN 9780387708720), page 165

*In one type of such an integral, the integrand is only the probability density function, and the integral***evaluates**to a probability, which of course is a scalar.

#### Derived terms

* evaluator * evaluatee### External links

* * *# advise

## English

### Alternative forms

* advize (*obsolete*) * avise * avize

### Verb

(*advis*)

*The dentist***advised**brushing three times a day.

*m*) before the thing communicated.

*We were***advised**of the risk.

*The lawyer***advised**me to drop the case, since there was no chance of winning.

**1843**, '', book 2, ch. VIII, ''The Election

*accordingly. His Majesty,***advising**of it for a moment, orders that Samson be brought in with the other Twelve.

**1590**, Edmund Spenser,

*The Faerie Queene*, III.v:

*when that villain he***auiz'd**, which late / Affrighted had the fairest*Florimell*, / Full of fiers fury, and indignant hate, / To him he turned

#### Usage notes

* This is a catenative verb that takes the*gerund (-ing)*. See .