[ gahyd-ns ]
/ ˈgaɪd ns /
the act or function of guiding; leadership; direction.
advice or counseling, especially that provided for students choosing a course of study or preparing for a vocation.
supervised care or assistance, especially therapeutic help in the treatment of minor emotional disturbances.
something that guides.
the process by which the flight of a missile or rocket may be altered in speed and direction in response to controls situated either wholly in the projectile or partly at a base.
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direction, management, intelligence, advice, instruction, supervision, leadership, teaching, navigation, control, help, government, conveyance, conduct, auspices, conduction
- guiana current,
- guide center,
- guide dog,
- guide fossil,
- guide left
Origin of guidance
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/ (ˈɡaɪdəns) /
leadership, instruction, or direction
- counselling or advice on educational, vocational, or psychological matters
- (as modifier)the marriage-guidance counsellor
something that guides
any process by which the flight path of a missile is controlled in flightSee also guided missile
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