Translation of guidance in Spanish:

guidance

Pronunciation: /ˈgaɪdns/

n

uncountable/no numerable
  • orientación (feminine) vocational/spiritual guidance orientación profesional/espiritual the child lacked parental guidance el niño carecía de orientación por parte de los padres he needs guidance necesita que lo orienten or lo aconsejen she sought guidance from the parish priest le pidió consejo al párroco (before noun/delante del nombre) guidance counselor (American English/inglés norteamericano) orientador, (masculine, feminine) vocacional
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    • 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.

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