coun·sel·lor /ˈkaʊn(t)s(ə)lɝ/ 名詞
Coun·sel·or n. [Written also counsellor.]
1. One who counsels; an adviser.
Can he that speaks with the tongue of an enemy be a good counselor, or no? --Shak.
2. A member of council; one appointed to advise a sovereign or chief magistrate.
Note: [See under Consilor.]
3. One whose profession is to give advice in law, and manage causes for clients in court; a barrister.
Syn: -- advocate, counsel, counselor, counselor-at-law; attorney.
Good counselors lack no clients. --Shak.
n 1: someone who has supervisory duties at a summer camp [syn: counselor]
2: some who gives advice about problems [syn: counselor]
3: a lawyer who pleads cases in court [syn: advocate, counsel,
counselor, counselor-at-law, pleader]
an adviser (Prov. 11:14; 15:22), a king's state counsellor (2
Sam. 15:12). Used once of the Messiah (Isa. 9:6). In Mark 15:43,
Luke 23:50, the word probably means a member of the Jewish