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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishadvisablead‧vi‧sab‧le /ədˈvaɪzəbəl/ adjective [not before noun] formal  SHOULD/OUGHT TOsomething that is advisable should be done in order to avoid problems or risks opp inadvisable Regular medical check-ups are advisable. It is advisable to write a career objective at the start of your resume.advisability /ədˌvaɪzəˈbɪləti/ noun [uncountable]
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advisableFor heavy smokers, regular medical checks are advisable.There's nothing wrong with being glamorous and sexy, but leaving something to the imagination is advisable.If the body is to remain at home it is advisable for the room to remain cool.In an urban environment, basement flats are not advisable for the single dweller.I think most members here would agree that setting time lines or deadlines is really not advisable in most cases.A few precautions are advisable to eliminate any risk that may exist in a domestic situation.It is always advisable to have a training partner to assist when doing lying triceps exercises.It is advisable to take some warm clothing with you, as the weather can change quite suddenly.Use of the drug is not considered advisable when driving or using machinery.
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