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Actors: Tareq Barghout Countries: Switzerland genres: Documentary 134 Votes duration: 1 Hour, 54 minute 7,6 of 10 stars. What's that girl's name. Advocate 19th-century painting of advocates, by French artist Honoré Daumier Occupation Names Barrister Magistrate Activity sectors Law Description Competencies Good memory, advocacy and interpersonal skills, analytical mind, critical thinking, commercial sense Fields of employment Court Related jobs Barrister, Judge, Jurist An advocate is a professional in the field of law. Different countries' legal systems use the term with somewhat differing meanings. The broad equivalent in many English law –based jurisdictions could be a barrister or a solicitor. However, in Scottish, Manx Law (the law of the Isle of Man), South African, Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Scandinavian, Polish, Israeli, South Asian and South American jurisdictions, "Advocate" indicates a lawyer of superior classification. [1] "Advocate" is in some languages an honorific for lawyers, such as " Adv. Sir Alberico Gentili ". [2] "Advocate" also has the everyday meaning of speaking out to help someone else, such as patient advocacy or the support expected from an elected politician; this article does not cover those senses. United Kingdom and Islands [ edit] England and Wales [ edit] In England and Wales, advocates and proctors practiced civil law in the Admiralty Courts and also, but in England only, in the ecclesiastical courts of the Church of England, in a similar way to barristers, attorneys and solicitors in the common law and equity courts. Advocates, who formed the senior branch of the legal profession in their field, were Doctors of Law of the Oxford, Cambridge, or Dublin and Fellows of the Society of Doctors' Commons. Advocates lost their exclusive rights of audience in probate and divorce cases when the Crown took these matters over from the church in 1857, and in Admiralty cases in 1859. The Society of Advocates was never formally wound up, but its building was sold off in 1865 and the last advocate died in 1912. Barristers were admitted to the Court of Arches of the Church of England in 1867. More recently, Solicitor Advocates have also been allowed to play this role. Isle of Man [ edit] Advocates are the only lawyers with rights of audience in the courts of the Isle of Man. An advocate's role is to advise on all matters of law: it may involve representing a client in the civil and criminal courts or advising a client on matters such as matrimonial and family law, trusts and estates, regulatory matters, property transactions and commercial and business law. In court, advocates wear a horsehair wig, stiff collar, bands and a gown in the same way as barristers do elsewhere. To become an advocate, it is normally necessary to hold either a qualifying law degree with no less than lower second class (2:2) honors, or else a degree in another subject with no less than lower second class (2:2) honors complemented by the Common Professional Examination. It is then necessary to obtain a legal professional qualification such as the Bar Professional Training Course or the Legal Practice Course. It is not, however, necessary actually to be admitted as an English barrister or solicitor to train as an advocate. Trainee advocates (as articled clerks are now more usually known) normally undertake a period of two years’ training articled to a senior advocate; in the case of English barristers or solicitors who have been practicing or admitted for three years this training, period is reduced to one year. Foreign lawyers who have been registered as legal practitioners in the Isle of Man for a certain time may also undertake a shorter period of training and supervision. During their training, all trainee advocates are required to pass the Isle of Man bar examinations, which include papers on civil and criminal practice, constitutional and land law, and company law and taxation, as well as accounts. The examinations are rigorous and candidates are limited to three attempts to pass each paper. Senior English barristers are occasionally licensed to appear as advocates in cases expected to be unusually long or complex, without having to pass the bar examination or undertake further training: they are permitted only to act in relation to the matter for which they have been licensed. Similarly, barristers and solicitors employed as public prosecutors may be licensed to appear as advocates without having to pass the bar examination or undertake further training: they are permitted only to act as such only for the duration of that employment. The professional conduct of advocates is regulated by the Isle of Man Law Society, which also maintains a library for its members in Douglas. While advocates in the Isle of Man have not traditionally prefixed their names with 'Advocate' in the Channel Islands manner, some advocates have now started to adopt this practice. Scotland [ edit] Faculty of Advocates [ edit] Part of a series on Scots law Administration Justice and Communities Directorate of the Scottish Government Cabinet Secretary for Justice Judicial Appointments Board Judicial Complaints Reviewer Parole Board for Scotland Legal Aid Board Courts & Tribunals Service College of Justice Office of the Public Guardian Scottish Sentencing Council Law Commission Criminal Cases Review Commission Prison Service Civil courts Court of Session Lord President Lord Justice Clerk Lord of Session Office of the Accountant of Court Acts of Sederunt Sheriff Court Sheriff Appeal Court Sheriff Principal Sheriff Personal Injury Court Sheriff Criminal courts High Court of Justiciary Lord Justice-General Lords Commissioner of Justiciary Acts of Adjournal Sheriff courts Sheriffs Justice of the peace courts Justices of the peace Special courts Court of the Lord Lyon Lord Lyon King of Arms Children's Reporter Administration Children's Hearings Land Court Lands Tribunal Scottish Solicitors' Discipline Tribunal Criminal prosecution Lord Advocate Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service Advocate Depute Procurator fiscal Fiscal fine Precognition Legal profession Judiciary Faculty of Advocates Advocate Law Society Solicitor-Advocate Solicitor Association of Commercial Attorneys Scottish Legal Complaints Commission v t e Advocates are regulated by the Faculty of Advocates in Edinburgh. The Faculty of Advocates has about 750 members, of whom about 460 are in private practice. About 75 are Queen's Counsel. The Faculty is headed by the Dean of the Faculty who, along with the Vice-Dean, Treasurer, Clerk are elected annually by secret ballot. The Faculty has a service company, Faculty Services Ltd, to which almost all advocates belong, that organised the stables and fee collection. This gives a guarantee to all newly called advocates of a place. Until the end of 2007 there was an agreement with the Law Society of Scotland, which is the professional body for Scottish solicitors, as to the payment of fees, but this has now been replaced by the Law Society. It remains the case that advocates are not permitted to sue for their fees, as they have no contractual relationship with their instructing solicitor or with the client. [3] Their fees are honoraria. Advocates wear wigs, white bow-ties (or falls in the case of senior counsel), straps and gowns as a dress in court. Becoming an advocate [ edit] The process of becoming an advocate is referred to as devilling. All Intrants will be Scottish solicitors, i. e. hold a Bachelor of Laws degree and the Diploma in Legal Practice, and must have completed the traineeships of two years (which in some cases may be reduced to eighteen months) required to qualify as a solicitor; or else will be members of the Bar in another common law jurisdiction. Admission to the Faculty of Advocates [ edit] At the end of the deviling period, a devil's admission to the Faculty is dependent on certification by the principal devil master that the devil is a fit and proper person to be an advocate and that the devil has been involved in a wide range of work in the course of deviling. A devil's competence in a number of aspects of written and oral advocacy is assessed during deviling, and if a devil is assessed as not competent, he or she will not be admitted to the Faculty. Further details of this process can be found in the assessment section. Recent developments [ edit] In recent years, increasing numbers of advocates have come to the Scottish Bar after some time as solicitors, but it is possible to qualify with a law degree, after twenty-one months trainee ship in a solicitor's office and almost a year as a 'devil', or apprentice advocate. There are exceptions for lawyers who are qualified in other European jurisdictions, but all must take the training course as 'devils'. Until 2007, a number of young European lawyers were given a placement with advocates under the European Young Lawyers Scheme organised by the British Council. They are known as 'Eurodevils', in distinction to the Scottish 'devils'. This scheme was withdrawn by the British Council. In January 2009, a replacement scheme began. Lawyers qualified in other European Union states (but not in England and Wales) may have limited rights of audience in the Scottish supreme courts if they appear with an advocate, and a few solicitors known as 'solicitor-advocates' have rights of audience, but for practical purposes advocates have almost exclusive rights of audience in the supreme courts – the High Court of Justiciary (criminal), and the Court of Session (civil). Advocates share right of audience with solicitors in the sheriff courts and justice of the peace courts. It used to be the case that advocates were completely immune from suit etc. while conducting court cases and pre-trial work, as they had to act 'fearlessly and independently'; the rehearing of actions was considered contrary to public interest; and advocates are required to accept clients, they cannot pick and choose. However, the seven-judge English ruling of Arthur J. S. Hall & Co. (a firm) v. Simons 2000 (House of Lords) [4] declared that none of these reasons justified the immunity strongly enough to sustain it. This has been followed in Scotland in Wright v Paton Farrell (2006) obiter [5] insofar as civil cases are concerned. Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey [ edit] The Bailiwick of Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey (Guernsey, together with the two semi-autonomous islands of Alderney and Sark, and together with other islands) are two separate legal jurisdictions, have largely two different sets of laws and have two separate, but similar, legal professions. In both jurisdictions, advocates—properly called Advocates of the Royal Court—are the only lawyers with general rights of audience in their courts. To be eligible to practise as an advocate in Jersey, it is necessary first to have a law degree from a British university or a graduate diploma in law and to have qualified as a recognized legal professional in England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland. [6] Thereafter, a candidate must undertake two years of practical experience in a law office dealing with Jersey law, enroll on the Jersey Law Course provided by the Institute of Law, Jersey [7] and pass examinations in six subjects. Alternatively, a person may apply to become a Jersey advocate two years after qualifying as a Jersey solicitor. To become an advocate in Guernsey, one has to possess a valid law degree or diploma, plus a qualification as an English barrister or solicitor, or a French avocat. They must then study for the Guernsey Bar. Three months of study of Norman law at the Université de Caen (University of Caen) is required; this is no longer required for entry into the legal profession in Jersey. Guernsey advocates dress in the same way as barristers, but substitute a black biretta -like toque for a wig, while those in Jersey go bare-headed. Advocates are entitled to prefix their names with 'Advocate'; e. g. Mr Tostevin is called to the Guernsey Bar and is henceforth known as Advocate Tostevin. The head of the profession of advocate in each bailiwick is called the Bâtonnier. Nordic countries [ edit] The Nordic countries have a united legal profession, which means that they do not draw a distinction between lawyers who plead in court and those who do not. To get an official recognition with an advocates title, the candidate must have a legal degree, that is, completed ca. 5–6 years of legal studies from an accredited university in his or own country, and in addition have worked for some time (around 2 – 5 years) under the auspices of a qualified advocate and have some experience from court. When qualified, the candidate may obtain a license as an advocate, the equivalent of being called to the bar. In all the Scandinavian languages the title is advokat; in Finland advokat is the Swedish title for such a qualified lawyer, with the equivalent title in Finnish being asianajaja. However, one does not necessarily have to be an advocate to represent a party in the Nordic countries legally. In Norway a person with an appropriate law degree for example can practice law as a registered legal advisor ( rettshjelper) instead, which gives many of the same rights as an advocate's title. Both in Sweden and Norway any adult, in theory, can represent a party in court without any prior approval, training, licence or advocate title. In practice it's unusual, and in Norway it's subject to the approval of the court, which is unlikely to give it except in very simple cases. In English, the Scandinavian title of advokat is interchangeably also translated as barrister, lawyer or attorney-at-law. South Africa [ edit] In South Africa, [8] there are two main branches of legal practitioner: attorneys, who do legal work of all kinds, and advocates, who are specialist litigators; see Attorneys in South Africa. In general, advocates (also called 'counsel') are 'briefed' by attorneys when a specialist skill in court-based litigation, or in research into the law is required; advocates have no direct contact with clients and are said to be in a 'referral' profession. The key formal distinction, however, is the different rights with regard to the courts in which they may appear. Advocates have the right to appear in any court, while attorneys have the right to appear only in the lower courts. (And, under certain conditions, can acquire the right of appearance in the superior courts, by applying to the registrar of the provincial division of the relevant High Court. ) [9] A further distinction is that while attorneys practice in partnership, advocates are individual practitioners and never form partnerships; practice in "Chambers" and / or "Groups" is standard. [10] The requirements to enter private practice as advocates (Junior Counsel) are to hold the LL. B. degree, and to become a member of a Bar Association by undergoing a period of training ( pupilage) for one year with a practicing Advocate, and to sit an admission examination. See Legal education in South Africa. On the recommendation of the Bar Councils, an advocate "of proven experience and skill" with at least ten years experience, may be appointed by the President of South Africa as a Senior Counsel (SC; also referred to as a "silk"). When a junior advocate is viewed in the eyes of any particular Senior Counsel (Silk) as having commended him or herself in the profession so as to warrant recognition for excellence, he or she is commonly rewarded with a traditional gift of a red brief bag. State advocates act as a public prosecutor in High Court matters, typically in cases requiring preparation and research. They are appointed by the National Prosecuting Authority and are attached to the Office of the National Director of Public Prosecutions. [11] Pakistan [ edit] Different levels of Advocate exist in Pakistan: Advocate [ edit] The first level is the Advocate, who is eligible to practice in the district courts or lower courts in respective province. One can qualify as an Advocate after completion of a law degree (LL. B of three years), six months pupillage under a senior Advocate in his/her chambers and thereafter to go for Bar admission test, the Bar Council of the relevant province examine him/her that he is fit or not to become as an Advocate and is not convicted. After passing the multiple choice question examination and interview conducted by provincial Bar Council, the Bar Council will issue him/her the license for appearing before the Courts. Advocate High Court [ edit] After completion of two years practice Advocate then can apply for Advocate High court practicing certificate/ license and after an interview they can apply for Advocate High Court license. Advocate Supreme Court [ edit] Advocate Supreme Court is the third level. After successful completion of ten years of practice in the High Courts by the applicant, the panel of members of Pakistan Bar Council and one judge of the Supreme Court of Pakistan, review the application. (Before 1985 the requirement was a successful completion of five years practice in the High Courts of Pakistan. ) Over fifty percent of applications are accepted, after successful completion of the requirement. An unsuccessful application in one year does not bar the candidate from re-applying in the next judicial year. The highest level is the Senior Advocate Supreme Court. It is Pakistan's title equivalent to Queen's Counsel in the United Kingdom. After at least fifteen years of practice, by invitation or by an application to a panel of Supreme Court Judges headed by the Chief Justice of Pakistan, one can become Senior Advocate of Supreme Court of Pakistan. Very few applications are accepted and even fewer invitations are made. Attorneys General are usually invited by the Supreme Court on the appointment, to the office. So are some notable High Court judges who upon retirement choose to practice before the Supreme Court, where they are still eligible to do so. India [ edit] Advocate's office in Rajasthan In India, the law relating to the Advocates is the Advocates Act, 1961 introduced and thought up by Ashok Kumar Sen, the then law minister of India, which is a law passed by the Parliament and is administered and enforced by the Bar Council of India. Under the Act, the Bar Council of India is the supreme regulatory body to regulate the legal profession in India and also to ensure the compliance of the laws and maintenance of professional standards by the legal profession in the country. Each State has a Bar Council of its own whose function is to enroll the Advocates willing to practice predominately within the territorial confines of that State and to perform the functions of the Bar Council of India within the territory assigned to them. Therefore, each law degree holder must be enrolled with a (single) State Bar Council to practice in India. However, enrollment with any State Bar Council does not restrict the Advocate from appearing before any court in India, even though it is beyond the territorial jurisdiction of the State Bar Council which he is enrolled in. The advantage of having the State Bar Councils is that the workload of the Bar Council of India can be divided into these various State Bar Councils and also that matters can be dealt with locally and in an expedited manner. However, for all practical and legal purposes, the Bar Council of India retains with it, the final power to take decisions in any and all matters related to the legal profession on the whole or with respect to any Advocate individually, as so provided under the Advocates Act, 1961. The process of being entitled to practice in India is twofold. First, the applicant must be a holder of a law degree from a recognized institution in India (or from one of the four recognized Universities in the United Kingdom) and second, must pass the enrollment qualifications of the Bar Council of the state where he/she seeks to be enrolled. For this purpose, the Bar Council of India has an internal Committee whose function is to supervise and examine the various institutions conferring law degrees and to grant recognition to these institutions once they meet the required standards. In this manner, the Bar Council of India also ensures the standard of education required for practicing in India is met with. As regards the qualification for enrollment with the State Bar Council, while the actual formalities may vary from one State to another, yet predominately they ensure that the application has not been a bankrupt /criminal and is generally fit to practice before courts of India. Enrollment with a Bar Council also means that the law degree holder is recognized as an Advocate and is required to maintain a standard of conduct and professional demeanor at all times, both on and off the profession. The Bar Council of India also prescribes "Rules of Conduct" to be observed by the Advocates in the courts, while interacting with clients and even otherwise. All Advocates in India are at the same level and are recognized as such. Any distinction, if any, is made only on the basis of seniority, which implies the length of practice at the Bar. As a recognition of law practice and specialization in an area of law, there is a concept of conferral of Senior Advocate status. An Advocate may be recognized by the Judges of the High Court (in case of an Advocate practicing before that High Court) or by the Supreme Court (in case of the Advocate practicing before the Supreme Court). While the conferral of Senior Advocate status not only implies distinction and fame of the Advocate, it also requires the Senior Advocate to follow higher standards of conduct and some distinct rules. Also, a Senior Advocate is not allowed to interact directly with the clients. He can only take briefs from other Advocates and argue on the basis of the details given by them. From the year 2010 onward a mandatory rule is made for lawyers passing out from the year 2009-10 to sit for an evaluation test named AIBE (All India Bar Exam) for one to qualify as an advocate and practice in the courts. However, to practice law before the Supreme Court of India, Advocates must first appear for and qualify in the Supreme Court Advocate on Record Examination conducted by the Supreme Court. Further, under the Constitutional structure, there is a provision for the elevation of Advocates as judges of High Courts and Supreme Court. The only requirement is the Advocate must have ten years standing before the High Court(/s) or before the Supreme Court to be eligible for such. (Article 217 and 124 of the Constitution of India for High Courts and Supreme Court respectively) Bangladesh [ edit] In Bangladesh, after passing the Higher Secondary School Certificate, one can apply for admission for studying Law in Universities. There are several public and private universities which provide Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws degree in Bangladesh. Generally the LL. course is equivalent to four year bachelor's degree. Graduate lawyers have to seat for and pass the Bar Council Exam to become advocates. [12] Advocate of Supreme Court [ edit] By passing the Bangladesh Bar Council Exam, advocates are eligible to practice in the Supreme Court of Bangladesh and other courts. A license is obtained after successful completion of two year's practice in the lower courts by applicant, which is reviewed by a body of the relevant provincial Bar Council. Most applications after successful completion of the requirement, are accepted. Sri Lanka [ edit] In Sri Lanka (formally Ceylon) till 1973 Advocate was a practitioner in a court of law who is legally qualified to prosecute and defend actions in such court on the retainer of clients. Advocates had to pass the HSC exam and enter the Sri Lanka Law College and follow the relevant course. Following changers in 1973 the title was replaced with Attorney at law. The current equivalent to an advocate is a counsel who is a trial lawyer distinguished from an instructing attorney. Brazil [ edit] In Brazil, the bar examination occurs nationally in March, August, and December. These examinations are unified and organized by the Order of Attorneys of Brazil. After 5 years in law school, Brazilian law students take the Bar exam that consists of 2 phases: the multiple choice test and written test, without further requirements. The Constitution of Brazil applies restrictions on professional practice of law embodied in the fulfillment of the requirements and qualifications, which may include, in addition to graduation, formal submission of the applicant in the proficiency tests. The Order exam is tied to Law No. 8609 of 4/7/1994: " Article 8: For registration as an attorney is needed: IV - To pass the Examination of the Order;" Within its powers expressly granted by the Constitution, the ordinary legislator demands that whoever wishes to pursue the legal profession possess the degree of Bachelor of Law and approval of Examination of Order, whose preparation and implementation is done by their own class. The Constitution itself provides for the restriction, and the Statute of Law requires the examination. The bar exam in Brazil approves very few candidates and is considered a hard exam. For instance, in February 2014, the Bar association made a release stating that only 19. 64% of candidates had been approved in the last exam and, therefore, were able to register as lawyers. [13] Netherlands [ edit] In Dutch law, the law relating to the Advocates is the Advocates Act. Under the Act, the Dutch bar association (Orde van Advocaten) regulates the professional conduct and the professional education of the advocates. A Dutch advocate has to complete Dutch bar education and fulfill certain requirements (which may vary among the various judicial regions within the Netherlands) under the supervision of a senior advocate for a period of at least three years, called the 'advocate-stage'. After completing the bar education exams, the junior advocate is admitted unconditionally to the Dutch bar. See also [ edit] Advocatus Barrister Lawspeaker Jurist Ombudsman Advocate General Judge Advocate General Roles and responsibilities of an Advocate in the Court of Law References [ edit] ^ An advocate would be the most essential part of the European jurisdictions (law n. 133), Jus Navigandi Archived February 1, 2009, at the Wayback Machine, FERREIRA, Éder Archived March 4, 2016, at the Wayback Machine, pesquisados em 7 de abril de 2008 ^ "Si agli "abogados" in Italia ma in Spagna ormai è più difficile ottenere il titolo". Archived from the original on 2015-05-12. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-10-10. Retrieved 2008-01-28. CS1 maint: archived copy as title ( link) ^ Law Lords Department (2000-07-20). "House of Lords - Arthur J. S Hall and Co. v. Simons (A. P. ) Barratt v. Ansell and Others (Trading As Woolf Seddon (A Firm) Harris v. Scholfield Roberts and Hill (Conjoined Appeals)". Archived from the original on 2012-08-29. 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Retrieved 2015-01-12. External links [ edit] Look up advocate in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Advocates. The Faculty of Advocates official website Association of licensed attorneys in Finland.

Top definitions related content examples explore dictionary british [ verb ad -v uh -keyt; noun ad -v uh -kit, -keyt] / verb ˈæd vəˌkeɪt; noun ˈæd və kɪt, -ˌkeɪt / verb (used with object), ad·vo·cat·ed, ad·vo·cat·ing. to speak or write in favor of; support or urge by argument; recommend publicly: He advocated higher salaries for teachers. verb (used without object), ad·vo·cat·ed, ad·vo·cat·ing. to act as an advocate: a father who advocates for his disabled child. noun a person who speaks or writes in support or defense of a person, cause, etc. (usually followed by of): an advocate of peace. a person who pleads for or in behalf of another; intercessor. a person who pleads the cause of another in a court of law. Words related to advocate promoter, proponent, backer, lawyer, defender, supporter, campaigner, urge, uphold, support, back, favor, encourage, tout, recommend, propose, push, further, promote, defend Words nearby advocate advisory teacher, advocaat, advocacy, advocacy journalism, advocacy tank, advocate, advocate depute, advocation, advocatory, advocatus diaboli, advowson Origin of advocate 1300–50; < Latin advocātus legal counselor (orig. past participle of advocāre to call to one's aid), equivalent to ad- ad- + voc- call (akin to vōx voice) + -ātus -ate 1; replacing Middle English avocat < Middle French OTHER WORDS FROM advocate ad·vo·ca·tive, adjective ad·vo·ca·tor, noun non·ad·vo·cate, noun pre·ad·vo·cate, noun pre·ad·vo·cate, verb (used with object), pre·ad·vo·cat·ed, pre·ad·vo·cat·ing. re·ad·vo·cate, verb (used with object), re·ad·vo·cat·ed, re·ad·vo·cat·ing. sub·ad·vo·cate, noun un·ad·vo·cat·ed, adjective well-ad·vo·cat·ed, adjective Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020 Examples from the Web for advocate I am fighting that quota because I am an advocate of competition. Another step is to require a lawyer or advocate present during questioning of people with ID. How, then, are LGBT people to advocate for their rights (civil, human, or otherwise) if they cannot even identify themselves? They possessed “wisdom beyond their years, ” observed The Advocate. After all, spending is a valuable expression of the right to advocate for your point of view. "Anyway, I'll bet she blows back w'ere she come from, to-night, " persisted the advocate of this theory. In that case, it will be proven that advocate Desmarais is a hypocrite and a traitor! His son, who was called Josiah Junior, became a celebrated lawyer, and was prominent as an advocate of liberty. Its advocate concedes that Ridicule, to be a test of Truth, must not impose on us circumstances which are foreign to the object. And through the rushing he hears more and more clearly the voice of the advocate, speaking sweetly as a violin. British Dictionary definitions for advocate advocate verb ( ˈædvəˌkeɪt) (tr; may take a clause as object) to support or recommend publicly; plead for or speak in favour of noun ( ˈædvəkɪt, -ˌkeɪt) a person who upholds or defends a cause; supporter a person who intercedes on behalf of another Scots law the usual word for barrister Derived forms of advocate advocatory, adjective Word Origin for advocate C14: via Old French from Latin advocātus legal witness, advocate, from advocāre to call as witness, from vocāre to call Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd. 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012.

Noun 1 A person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy. ‘he was an untiring advocate of economic reform’ ‘He was a prime advocate of arguments supporting the holding of terrorism suspects without access to courts. ’ ‘He is also an advocate of strong financial support for graduate students and their research. ’ ‘I think he is a worthy advocate of the policy and he is also a worthy adversary for the press. ’ ‘He is a strong advocate of a policy that he describes as ‘capitalism with a human face’. ’ ‘We know for sure that the First Minister is not a long-term advocate of the policy. ’ ‘Earlier, I talked with the Senator, a longtime advocate of education reform. ’ ‘A staunch advocate of the policy, he created it as a model institution designed to teach both academic and industrial subjects. ’ ‘A member of the Party and a former commerce minister, he is considered an advocate of free-market policies. ’ ‘Then again, I'm not as much of an advocate of that particular policy as I'd like to be. ’ ‘In general, I am a strong advocate of environmental protection and saving rare animal species. ’ ‘‘Anyone who has been through one of these races is a huge advocate of campaign finance reform, ’ he said. ’ ‘And when the US ignores that fact, it damages our own credibility as a global advocate of democratic reform. ’ ‘Others championed him as an advocate of free speech. ’ ‘Rather, I am a fierce advocate of basing American foreign policy on democratic principles. ’ ‘He accepted that Hitler was an advocate of this policy. ’ ‘To begin with, I'm an advocate of very healthy fiscal policies. ’ ‘He's been a leader in election law reforms the past two sessions and an advocate of consumer privacy protection. ’ ‘Bono has been the most consistent advocate of this policy of ‘national reconciliation. ’’ ‘And he's an enthusiastic advocate of online technology. ’ ‘He was a staunch advocate of tariffs and protectionism. ’ champion, upholder, supporter, backer, promoter, proponent, exponent, protector, patron View synonyms 2 A person who puts a case on someone else's behalf. ‘care managers can become advocates for their clients’ ‘To do otherwise would be to betray the trust that our patients place in us as advocates on their behalf. ’ ‘I'm not bashful about being an advocate on behalf of our communities. ’ ‘At least the Commissioner for Children advocates on behalf of children. ’ ‘The statement in the brief was my position as an advocate for a client. ’ ‘In such instances, the therapist may encounter requests to participate as an advocate for the client. ’ 2. 1 A professional pleader in a court of justice. ‘solicitors may act as advocates in Crown Courts’ ‘Like all lawyers, they are required to act as officers of the court as well as advocates. ’ ‘That may or may not say something about English pleaders, English advocates, and English jurors. ’ ‘Your Honours, at common law there is absolute privilege for what is said in court by an advocate. ’ ‘The persons who appear and do counsel work, either in drawing pleadings or appearing in court as an advocate. ’ ‘Many juvenile court advocates harshly criticized how the police handled young offenders. ’ barrister, lawyer, counsel, counsellor, professional pleader, legal practitioner View synonyms 2. 2 Scottish, South African A barrister. ‘The State advocates and legal aid counsel who were expected to arrive last weekend have not yet arrived. ’ ‘Replying to a question by the advocate, he said he had not seen his client firing the rifle. ’ ‘Both counsels, advocate for the State and for the defence, will resume argument today. ’ ‘The advocates contended that their clients were unaware of the attempts to evict them because they were not notified. ’ ‘The High Court has 350 advocates on the Bar, only 15% are black. ’ verb [ with object] Publicly recommend or support. ‘voters supported candidates who advocated an Assembly’ ‘He advocated overseas colonization and supported the South in the American Civil War. ’ ‘He has often publicly advocated a life ban for those athletes who test positive. ’ ‘Lafontaine has recently come close to publicly advocating a grand coalition. ’ ‘Would the member please withdraw the comment he made about advocating separatism. ’ ‘How were your safe pest control methods received by the public when you first started advocating it? ’ ‘They have advocated reduction of the role of government and public investment. ’ ‘He advocated a wider hunt for candidates which he said should lead to more of a meritocracy. ’ ‘We have also had one of the major political parties advocating franchise rights for prisoners in HM prisons. ’ ‘Nashville's radio stations were deluged with angry callers advocating a boycott of the group's albums. ’ ‘So it's not advocating acting like monsters, its saying they have no alternative. ’ ‘Nevertheless, he is advocating a fine balance between free trade and trade restriction. ’ ‘Yet I am not advocating a crass rationalism in which reverence, empathy and love have no place. ’ ‘He was a realist, a pragmatist who saw little sense in advocating all-out attack if there were no players to execute it. ’ ‘I'm not advocating laziness or saying we should stop caring about achieving our goals. ’ ‘So all the president is doing is advocating a law that would harm his opponents and not him. ’ ‘Simply running an ad advocating a position on a law has gotten them into a criminal court. ’ ‘He is advocating the liberalizing of access to capital for potential businesspersons. ’ ‘Exuding confidence and advocating a positive outlook, he has no harsh words for anyone. ’ ‘Now is anybody suggesting for one moment the business sector would not be able to in fact advocate on its behalf? ’ recommend, prescribe, commend, advise, favour, approve of, support, back, uphold, subscribe to, champion, campaign on behalf of, stand up for, speak for, argue for, plead for, press for, lobby for, urge, promote, espouse, endorse, sanction, vouch for View synonyms Origin Middle English from Old French avocat, from Latin advocatus, past participle (used as a noun) of advocare ‘call (to one's aid)’, from ad- ‘to’ + vocare ‘to call’. 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Sema combination.😍♥️. So this why its award winning. so cute. As a UPSC Aspirant ah soldra, Really it shows the original feel. Thanks for making this video. Nice movie 😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. Ad·vo·cate   (ăd′və-kāt′) v. ad·vo·cat·ed, ad·vo·cat·ing, ad·vo·cates v. tr. To speak, plead, or argue in favor of: advocate a vegan diet. See Synonyms at support. v. intr. Usage Problem To act as an advocate: advocated for her patients; advocated for more stringent crime laws. n. (-kĭt) 1. One that argues for a cause; a supporter or defender: an advocate of civil rights. 2. One that pleads in another's behalf; an intercessor: advocates for abused children and spouses. 3. A lawyer. [From Middle English advocat, lawyer, from Old French advocat, from Latin advocātus, past participle of advocāre, to summon for counsel: ad-, ad- + vocāre, to call; see wek w - in Indo-European roots. ] ad′vo·ca′tion n. ad′vo·ca′tive, ad·voc′a·to′ry (ăd-vŏk′ə-tôr′ē, ăd′və-kə-) adj. ad′vo·ca′tor n. Usage Note: The standard form of the verb advocate is transitive, meaning "endorse" or "argue for, " as in The teacher advocated a new educational technique, which was accepted by 85 percent of the Usage Panel in our 2014 survey. Many readers balk when the verb is used to express the same meaning in an intransitive form with the preposition for: less than half (45 percent) of the Panel approved of The teacher advocated for a new educational technique. The intransitive is more acceptable, however, when the object of for is the beneficiary of the advocacy rather than the idea or action being advocated: two-thirds of the Panel approved The teacher advocated for her at-risk students. A careful writer will use transitive advocate in sentences indicating the idea or action, restricting the intransitive to sentences indicating the beneficiaries. advocate vb ( tr; may take a clause as object) to support or recommend publicly; plead for or speak in favour of n 1. a person who upholds or defends a cause; supporter 2. a person who intercedes on behalf of another 4. (Law) Scots law the usual word for barrister [C14: via Old French from Latin advocātus legal witness, advocate, from advocāre to call as witness, from vocāre to call] ˌadvoˈcatory adj ad•vo•cate ( v. ˈæd vəˌkeɪt; n. -kɪt, -ˌkeɪt) v. -cat•ed, -cat•ing, n. t. 1. to support or urge by argument; recommend publicly: to advocate higher salaries for teachers. a person who speaks or writes in support of a cause, person, etc. (usu. fol. by of): an advocate of military intervention. a person who pleads for or in behalf of another; intercessor. 4. a person who pleads the cause of another in a court of law. [1300–50; Middle English avocat < Middle French < Latin advocātus legal counselor, orig. past participle of advocāre to call to one's aid] ad`vo•ca′tion, n. ad′vo•ca`tive, adj. ad′vo•ca`tor, n. advocate Past participle: advocated Gerund: advocating Imperative advocate advocate Present I advocate you advocate he/she/it advocates we advocate you advocate they advocate Preterite I advocated you advocated he/she/it advocated we advocated you advocated they advocated Present Continuous I am advocating you are advocating he/she/it is advocating we are advocating you are advocating they are advocating Present Perfect I have advocated you have advocated he/she/it has advocated we have advocated you have advocated they have advocated Past Continuous I was advocating you were advocating he/she/it was advocating we were advocating you were advocating they were advocating Past Perfect I had advocated you had advocated he/she/it had advocated we had advocated you had advocated they had advocated Future I will advocate you will advocate he/she/it will advocate we will advocate you will advocate they will advocate Future Perfect I will have advocated you will have advocated he/she/it will have advocated we will have advocated you will have advocated they will have advocated Future Continuous I will be advocating you will be advocating he/she/it will be advocating we will be advocating you will be advocating they will be advocating Present Perfect Continuous I have been advocating you have been advocating he/she/it has been advocating we have been advocating you have been advocating they have been advocating Future Perfect Continuous I will have been advocating you will have been advocating he/she/it will have been advocating we will have been advocating you will have been advocating they will have been advocating Past Perfect Continuous I had been advocating you had been advocating he/she/it had been advocating we had been advocating you had been advocating they had been advocating Conditional I would advocate you would advocate he/she/it would advocate we would advocate you would advocate they would advocate Past Conditional I would have advocated you would have advocated he/she/it would have advocated we would have advocated you would have advocated they would have advocated Thesaurus Antonyms Related Words Synonyms Legend: Noun 1. advocate - a person who pleads for a cause or propounds an idea advocator, exponent, proponent individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul - a human being; "there was too much for one person to do" apologist, justifier, vindicator - a person who argues to defend or justify some policy or institution; "an apologist for capital punishment" constitutionalist - an advocate of constitutional government Darwinian - an advocate of Darwinism populist, democrat - an advocate of democratic principles federalist - an advocate of federalism Gnostic - an advocate of Gnosticism humanist, humanitarian - an advocate of the principles of humanism; someone concerned with the interests and welfare of humans ideologist, ideologue - an advocate of some ideology internationalist - an advocate of internationalism irredentist, irridentist - an advocate of irredentism isolationist - an advocate of isolationism in international affairs Jansenist - an advocate of Jansenism libertarian - an advocate of libertarianism Maoist - an advocate of Maoism Marxist - an advocate of Marxism nationalist - an advocate of national independence of or a strong national government neoclassicist - an advocate of neoclassicism neutralist - an advocate of neutrality in international affairs nullifier - an advocate of nullification; someone who believes that a state can resist federal laws drumbeater, partisan, zealot - a fervent and even militant proponent of something partitionist - an advocate of partitioning a country Platonist - an advocate of Platonism pro-lifer - an advocate of full legal protection for embryos and fetuses; someone opposed to legalized induced abortion presenter, sponsor - an advocate who presents a person (as for an award or a degree or an introduction etc. ) protectionist - an advocate of protectionism republican - an advocate of a republic (usually in opposition to a monarchy) ritualist - an advocate of strict observance of ritualistic forms ruralist - an advocate of rural living secessionist - an advocate of secessionism secularist - an advocate of secularism; someone who believes that religion should be excluded from government and education separationist, separatist - an advocate of secession or separation from a larger group (such as an established church or a national union) spokesperson, representative, interpreter, voice - an advocate who represents someone else's policy or purpose; "the meeting was attended by spokespersons for all the major organs of government" suffragist - an advocate of the extension of voting rights (especially to women) admirer, booster, protagonist, supporter, champion, friend - a person who backs a politician or a team etc. ; "all their supporters came out for the game"; "they are friends of the library" supremacist - a person who advocates the supremacy of some particular group or race over all others teleologist - advocate of teleology Thatcherite - an advocate of Thatcherism unilateralist - an advocate of unilateralism 2. advocate - a lawyer who pleads cases in court   counsel, counselor-at-law, pleader, counsellor, counselor law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order" attorney, lawyer - a professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice Verb 1. advocate - push for something; "The travel agent recommended strongly that we not travel on Thanksgiving Day" recommend, urge propose, suggest, advise - make a proposal, declare a plan for something; "the senator proposed to abolish the sales tax" 2. advocate - speak, plead, or argue in favor of; "The doctor advocated a smoking ban in the entire house" preach urge, urge on, exhort, press - force or impel in an indicated direction; "I urged him to finish his studies" preachify, sermonise, sermonize, moralise, moralize - speak as if delivering a sermon; express moral judgements; "This man always sermonizes" advocate verb 1. recommend, support, champion, encourage, propose, favour, defend, promote, urge, advise, justify, endorse, campaign for, prescribe, speak for, uphold, press for, argue for, commend, plead for, espouse, countenance, hold a brief for (informal) He advocates fewer government controls on business. recommend oppose, resist, contradict, take issue with, speak against, take a stand against noun 1. supporter, spokesman, champion, defender, speaker, pleader, campaigner, promoter, counsellor, backer, proponent, apostle, apologist, upholder, proposer He was a strong advocate of free market policies. advocate verb To aid the cause of by approving or favoring: back, champion, endorse, get behind, plump for, recommend, side with, stand behind, stand by, support, uphold. Translations مُؤَيِّد، مُنَاصِر يُؤَيِّد، يُنَاصِر obhájce advokát hájit anbefale forkæmper fortaler asianajaja szószóló mæla meî talsmaîur rėmėjas šalininkas siūlyti aizstāvēt aizstāvis atbalstīt piekritējs hájiť advokat förespråka advocate B. [ˈædvəkɪt] N → defensor (a) m/f, partidario/a m/f ( Scot) ( Jur) → abogado/a m/f see also devil LAWYERS, QC/KC advocate [ˈædvəkɪt] n (= upholder) [ cause] → défenseur m to be an advocate of sth → être partisan (e) de qch (Scottish) (= lawyer) → avocat (e) m/f advocate n (esp Scot: Jur) → (Rechts) anwalt m → /-anwältin f, → Advokat (in) m(f) (old, dial) advocate [ n ˈædvəkɪt; vb ˈædvəkeɪt] 1. n ( Scot) ( Law) → avvocato (difensore) ( fig) → sostenitore/trice to be an advocate of → essere a favore di advocate ( ˈӕdvəkət) noun a supporter, a person who is in favour (of). an advocate of reform. (-keit) verb to recommend. He advocated increasing the charges. advocate n defensor -ra mf; patient — defensor del paciente.

I'm Learning French For My GCSE, I Will Be Back In 6 Months. Definitions Beverly is the advocate for her mother during her stay at the hospital. noun The definition of an advocate is someone who fights for something or someone, especially someone who fights for the rights of others. An example of an advocate is a lawyer who specializes in child protection and who speaks for abused children in court. verb Advocate is defined as to speak, write or stand up for something or someone. An example of advocate is a parent fighting for special education services for her child. YourDictionary definition and usage example. Copyright © 2018 by LoveToKnow Corp Link/Cite Link to this page Cite this page MLA Style "Advocate. " YourDictionary. LoveToKnow.. APA Style Advocate. (n. d. ). In YourDictionary. Retrieved from advocate a person who pleads another's cause; specif., a lawyer a person who speaks or writes in support of something: an advocate of lower taxes Origin of advocate Middle English advocat, avocat from Classical Latin advocatus, a counselor from advocare, to summon (for aid) from ad-, to + vocare, to call transitive verb -·cat·ed, -·cat·ing to speak or write in support of; be in favor of Origin of advocate < advocatethe noun Webster's New World College Dictionary, Fifth Edition Copyright © 2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. advocate verb ad·vo·cat·ed, ad·vo·cat·ing, ad·vo·cates verb transitive To speak, plead, or argue in favor of: advocate a vegan diet. See Synonyms at support. verb intransitive Usage Problem To act as an advocate: advocated for her patients; advocated for more stringent crime laws. noun One that argues for a cause; a supporter or defender: an advocate of civil rights. One that pleads in another's behalf; an intercessor: advocates for abused children and spouses. A lawyer. Origin of advocate From Middle English advocat lawyer from Old French advocat from Latin advocātus past participle of advocāre to summon for counsel ad- ad- vocāre to call; see wek w - in Indo-European roots. Related Forms: ad′vo·ca′tion noun ad′vo·ca′tive ad·voc′a·to′ry adjective ad′vo·ca′tor noun Usage Note: The standard form of the verb advocate is transitive, meaning “endorse” or “argue for, ” as in The teacher advocated a new educational technique, which was accepted by 85 percent of the Usage Panel in our 2014 survey. Many readers balk when the verb is used to express the same meaning in an intransitive form with the preposition for: less than half (45 percent) of the Panel approved of The teacher advocated for a new educational technique. The intransitive is more acceptable, however, when the object of for is the beneficiary of the advocacy rather than the idea or action being advocated: two-thirds of the Panel approved The teacher advocated for her at-risk students. A careful writer will use transitive advocate in sentences indicating the idea or action, restricting the intransitive to sentences indicating the beneficiaries. THE AMERICAN HERITAGE® DICTIONARY OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, FIFTH EDITION by the Editors of the American Heritage Dictionaries. Copyright © 2016, 2011 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved. Noun ( plural advocates) Someone whose job is to speak for someone's case in a court of law; a counsel. [from 14th c. ] Anyone who argues the case of another; an intercessor. ] A person who speaks in support of something. [from 18th c. ] A person who supports others to make their voices heard, or ideally for them to speak up for themselves. Since she started working with her advocate, she has become much more confident. Verb ( third-person singular simple present advocates, present participle advocating, simple past and past participle advocated) To plead in favour of; to defend by argument, before a tribunal or the public; to support, vindicate, or recommend publicly. To encourage support for something. I like trees, but I do not advocate living in them. Origin From Old French avocat, from Latin advocātus, past participle of advocāre (“to call for”). English Wiktionary. Available under CC-BY-SA license. advocate - Legal Definition n One who actively assists, defends, pleads, prosecutes, speaks, writes, or otherwise supports the cause of another. n A lawyer. v To speak, write, or otherwise support a cause by argument. Webster's New World Law Dictionary Copyright © 2010 by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey. Used by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Synonyms Sentences Sentence examples Sentence Examples When you have visited a place, you will find it harder to advocate its destruction. Be an advocate of her privacy, not her identification. In 1789 he was an advocate at the parlement of Normandy. Abraham Lincoln hated slavery and became an advocate of abolitionism. Dissatisfied with ecclesiastical life, Genovesi resigned his post, and qualified as an advocate at Rome.

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Thats so strange but dope af. OH MY GOD. WOW. WHAT A MESSED UP SHOW. THEY JUST WANT EVERYONE TO BE UNHEALTHY AND HAVE HEALTH PROBLEMS. Ver También: advisability advisable advise advised advisedly advisement adviser advisor advisory advocacy advocate advt adware adz adze AEA AEC AEEU AEF Aegean aegis Settings: Click on word: gets translation does nothing Recent searches: Save history View All Links: ⚙️Preferences Abreviaturas Pron. Symbols Apoyar WR Privacy Policy Foros Suggestions Inflections of ' advocate ' ( v): ( ⇒ conjugate) advocates v 3rd person singular advocating v pres p verb, present participle: -ing verb used descriptively or to form progressive verb--for example, "a singing bird, " "It is singing. " advocated v past verb, past simple: Past tense--for example, "He saw the man. " "She laughed. " advocated v past p verb, past participle: Verb form used descriptively or to form verbs--for example, "the locked door, " "The door has been locked. " WordReference English- Spanish Dictionary © 2020: Principal Translations Inglés Español advocate [sth] ⇒ vtr transitive verb: Verb taking a direct object--for example, " Say something. " "She found the cat. " (promote, recommend) proponer ⇒ vtr verbo transitivo: Verbo que requiere de un objeto directo ("[b]di[/b] la verdad", "[b]encontré[/b] una moneda").   ( muy formal) abogar por vi + prep   propugnar ⇒ vtr verbo transitivo: Verbo que requiere de un objeto directo ("[b]di[/b] la verdad", "[b]encontré[/b] una moneda"). He advocates a return to the old business model. Él propuso una vuelta al antiguo modelo comercial. Él abogó por una vuelta al antiguo modelo comercial. advocate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (proponent, supporter or defender) defensor nm nombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso. Terri is an advocate of animal rights. Terri es una defensora de los derechos de los animales. Additional Translations Inglés Español advocate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (pleads on behalf of another) defensor nm nombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso. She volunteers as an advocate for abused children and wives. Trabaja de voluntaria como defensora de mujeres y niños maltratados. advocate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (lawyer) abogado nm nombre masculino: Sustantivo de género exclusivamente masculino, que lleva los artículos el o un en singular, y los o unos en plural. Exemplos: el televisor, un piso. If the accused person has nobody to defend him, the court will appoint an advocate. Si el acusado no tiene quien lo defienda, el estado le proporcionará un abogado. WordReference English- Spanish Dictionary © 2020: Compound Forms: Inglés Español consumer advocate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (law: [sb] protecting customer rights) defensor del consumidor loc nom m locución nominal masculina: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como sustantivo masculino ("ojo de buey", "agua mala"). devil's advocate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. figurative ( [sb] who argues in favour of [sth] unpopular) abogado del diablo, abogada del diablo loc nm, loc nf locución nominal con flexión de género: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como sustantivo con flexión de género ("asesino a sueldo, asesina a sueldo"; "primer ministro, primera ministra"). Tuvo que hacer de abogado del diablo para convencerla, pero logró que hablara con su amiga y olvidara la discusión. judge advocate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. (law: at military court martial) auditor de guerra, auditora de guerra loc nm, loc nf locución nominal con flexión de género: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como sustantivo con flexión de género ("asesino a sueldo, asesina a sueldo"; "primer ministro, primera ministra").   abogado militar, abogada militar loc nm, loc nf locución nominal con flexión de género: Unidad léxica estable formada de dos o más palabras que funciona como sustantivo con flexión de género ("asesino a sueldo, asesina a sueldo"; "primer ministro, primera ministra"). victim advocate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc. ( [sb] who represents a crime victim) abogado de la víctima, abogada de la víctima nm, nf + loc adj ' advocate ' aparece también en las siguientes entradas: In the English description: Spanish: Advertisements Infórmanos de los anuncios inapropiados. Become a WordReference Supporter to view the site ad-free.

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English advocate ad‧vo‧cate 1 / ˈædvəkeɪt / ●●○ AWL verb [ intransitive, transitive] SUPPORT A PERSON, GROUP, OR PLAN to publicly support a particular way of doing something Extremists were openly advocating violence. advocate for American English Those who advocate for doctor-assisted suicide say the terminally ill should not have to suffer. ► see thesaurus at recommend → See Verb table Examples from the Corpus advocate • We were the only ones advocating for the victim. • Others still advocate genetic engineering of plants and animals as the greatest single technology that will feed the world. • The Law Lords ruling has advocated inequality resulting in some of Equitable's investors being treated far more favourably than others. • No one is advocating producing more of this material, as some fear. • Prevalent conservation orthodoxy advocates protection through production. • They advocated state control of all public services. • He advocates the instinct, the imagination, the unconsciousness, by means of the intelligence which he esteems so far beneath them... • Some extremists are now openly advocating violence. Occupations, Law advocate ad‧vo‧cate 2 / ˈædvəkət, -keɪt / ●●○ AWL noun [ countable] 1 APPROVE someone who publicly supports someone or something SYN proponent advocate of She’s a passionate advocate of natural childbirth. advocate for an advocate for the disabled 2 BO SCT a lawyer who speaks in a court of law, especially in Scotland → devil's advocate Examples from the Corpus advocate • Behavior, advocates of this approach argued, was determined by its consequences. • He is wrong, they argue, in considering a pro-choice advocate for vice president. • The club has vigorously defended the mayor against attacks by other disabled advocates who say Brown has done little for them. • He was noted for his prodigious memory, was deeply religious, and a staunch advocate of temperance. • Clinton was seen as a strong advocate for a variety of educational improvements. • The most substantive problem, which advocates try to hide, is that the flat tax is a sop to the rich. advocate of • She is a passionate advocate of natural childbirth. Origin advocate 2 ( 1300-1400) Old French avocat, from Latin, past participle of advocare “ to summon ”, from ad- “ to ” + vocare “ to call ”.

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5bwindows 5d hd e9 ad 94%e9 ac bc e8 be af e8 ad b7 e4 ba ba online. It is presumptuous oh God, some Presiding officers are ruthless and bully as well bullying. 5bwindows 5d hd e9 ad 94%e9 ac bc e8 be af e8 ad b7 e4 ba ba 4. 5bwindows 5d hd e9 ad 94%e9 ac bc e8 be af e8 ad b7 e4 ba ba 5. I'm the devil's Advocate... Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group. EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADVOCATE It was then that he again came to the front to advocate a just cause. I want you, moreover, to advocate our American doctrine of Protection. I should like to consult my own advocate to see what I can do. Have the great men of England chosen you for their advocate? So the advocate cross-examined, though it cannot be said that he had the better of Betty. Love became his advocate, and whispered many things in his favour. Judge Andrews gave immediate promise of celebrity as an advocate. In fact, he has always been a zealous friend and advocate of popular education. It can therefore not be surprising that Mr. Adams is an advocate of the legalized pool. The profession of advocate had terrified him, and he shuddered at the idea of tilling the soil. RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ADVOCATE abet verb assist, help in wrongdoing abetted verb assist, help in wrongdoing abetting verb assist, help in wrongdoing advise verb offer recommendation Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

Bohot sahi he bhai 👍. Тезаурус: синонимы и родственные слова advocate noun [C] ( LAWYER) ( SUPPORTER) (Определение advocate из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press) Примеры для «advocate» advocate Both authors advocate an eclectic mix of quantitative survey and qualitative interviews for the study of current rural labour transformations. It advocates a new, more (patient) protective model which should generate confidence in the ethical character of contemporary innovatory practices. Любые мнения в примерах не отражают мнение редакторов Cambridge Dictionary или издательства Cambridge University Press или ее лицензиаров. More examples Fewer examples Thus, divided government can serve the interests of moderate voters, particularly in periods when political parties advocate extreme policies. Heuvel stresses he was a misfit, opposing the dominant trend and then, when what he advocated acquired power, turning against it as it became corrupt. Some advocates of reform stressed the desirability of adding new subjects to the curriculum, including modern sciences. Authentication is thus useful for getting out of the bind of essentialism in which advocates of the desire paradigm are trapped. Some advocated performing with a mask, others performing with an expressionless or mask-like face. The model that advocates for separated bilingual lexicons would account for such cross-language differences. Several commentators advocate moderation on the grounds that a scientific approach must secure itself against premature generalizations. It should be noted that this variable can be somewhat influenced by the activity of advocates. Popular music policy advocates can look to existing models of public administration as well as critical development theories to enhance the opportunities for interventionary initiatives. In short, a prioritarian will always find an egalitarian who advocates the same social ranking. But as both their advocates and enemies noted, these unions appeared exceedingly weak by the mid-1950s. She has advocated an expansion of courses in demography at the university level and also the introduction of elementary demography at the high school level. The advocates of lighthouse reform were thus not merely attacking corruption, they were attacking the very existence of private property in a public service. Коллокация с «advocate» Это слова, которые часто используются в сочетании с «advocate». Нажмите на коллокации, чтобы увидеть больше примеров из внешних источников. Click on a collocation to see more examples of it. ardent advocate He said that he had a teetotaller friend a very ardent advocate of the temperance cause— who was elected to a local authority. effective advocate Sims has served as an effective advocate and critic of the extensively used vector autoregressive statistical methods. Эти примеры взяты из Cambridge English Corpus и из источников в Интернете. Любые мнения в примерах не отражают мнений редакторов Cambridge Dictionary или издательства Cambridge University Press или ее лицензиаров. Переводы advocate {{setText}} на китайский (традиционный) на турецкий на французский in Czech in Danish на индонезийский на тайский на вьетнамский на польский на малайский на немецкий in Norwegian на португальский на китайский (упрощенный) на русский на итальянский на испанский {{{translatePanelDefaultEntry. entryLeft}}} See more recommander, préconiser, partisan/-ane… obhájce, právní zástupce, hájit… fortaler, forkæmper, advokat… penganjur, penyokong, advokat… ผู้ให้การสนับสนุน, ทนายความ, แนะนำ… người ủng hộ, luật sư bào chữa, tán thành… penasihat, peguam bela, nasihat… der Fürsprecher / die Fürsprecherin, Jurist, der Anwalt / die Anwältin… kjempe for, forkjemper, talsperson… recomendar, abogar por, abogado defensor… sostenitore, sostenitrice, avvocato… recomendar, abogado defensor, abogada defensora… Нужен переводчик? Получите быстрый и бесплатный перевод!

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