under advisement

under advisement
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  • under advisement — under debate, under the recommendation of …   English contemporary dictionary

  • take something under advisement — reserve judgment while considering something * * * take (something) under advisement US formal : to consider (something) carefully Thank you for your suggestion. We ll take the matter under advisement. • • • Main Entry: ↑advisement * * * take sth …   Useful english dictionary

  • take under advisement — take (something) under advisement US formal : to consider (something) carefully Thank you for your suggestion. We ll take the matter under advisement. • • • Main Entry: ↑advisement …   Useful english dictionary

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

  • take something under advisement — N. Amer. reserve judgement while considering something. → advisement …   English new terms 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

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