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guide US English

A person who advises or shows the way to others

guide dog US English

A dog trained to lead a blind person

audio guide US English

A handheld device that provides recorded information for visitors touring a museum, gallery, or other place of interest

field guide US English

A book for the identification of birds, flowers, minerals, or other things in their natural environment

tour guide US English

A person employed to show tourists around places of interest

Girl Guide US English

A member of the Guide Association

guide rope US English

A rope used to guide the movement of the load of a crane

Queen's Guide US English

(In the UK) a Guide who has reached the highest rank of proficiency

guide number US English

A measure of the power of a flashgun expressed in meters or feet

Guide Association US English

(In the UK) an organization for girls, founded in 1910

Food Guide Pyramid US English

A food pyramid developed by the US Department of Agriculture, displaying color-coded food groups arranged according to recommended levels of consumption in a healthy diet

Guider US English

An adult leader in the Guide Association

Guide Guider in Guider US English

An adult leader in the Guide Association

style sheet US English

A manual detailing the house style of a particular publisher, publication, etc.

waveguide US English

A metal tube or other device confining and conveying microwaves

Brownie US English

A member of the junior branch of the Girl Scouts, for girls aged between about 6 and 8

Guide New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

member of the Guide Association

guide US Thesaurus

our guide took us back to the hotel

guide English-Spanish

guía masculine and feminine

guide dog English-Spanish

perro masculine guía, perro masculine lazarillo

audio guide English-Spanish

audioguía feminine

girl guide English-Spanish

→ Girl Scout

Brownie Guide English-Spanish

alita feminine

Brownie New Oxford Dictionary for Writers & Editors

member of the junior branch of the Guide Association


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