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seek (somebody’s) advice/help/assistance etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishseek (somebody’s) advice/help/assistance etcseek (somebody’s) advice/help/assistance etcformalASK FOR something/ASK somebody TO DO somethingADVISE to ask someone for advice or help If the symptoms persist, seek medical advice. seek
Examples from the Corpus
seek (somebody’s) advice/help/assistance etcShe can walk into a family planning clinic and seek assistance.They had sought my advice, and I had recommended this machine.Almost three years since she sought help for the severe seizures, Harlan had her surgery.The more Marcus thought about it, the more he realized that he would have to seek help from Fanshawe.It will normally be necessary to seek expert advice on the realisable values of all the major assets.Abdominal complaints Abdomen: When to seek advice Urgently, Right now!
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