Definition of guidance in English:

guidance

Syllabification: guid·ance
Pronunciation: /ˈgīdns
 
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noun

1Advice or information aimed at resolving a problem or difficulty, especially as given by someone in authority: he looked to his father for inspiration and guidance
More example sentences
  • Central government circulars also contain advice and guidance to local authorities.
  • Businesses in each area can go to their home authority for preventive guidance and advice.
  • The teachers at the school have also been very helpful in giving us advice and guidance.
Synonyms
2The directing of the motion or position of something, especially a missile: a surface-to-air missile guidance system
More example sentences
  • The newer system uses a much smaller missile with an infrared terminal guidance system.
  • It is thought that some kind of guidance system will have to be devised if a helicopter is tried again.
  • In this chapter, we deal with axon guidance in the central and peripheral nervous system.

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