adviser noun

ADJ. chief, lead, principal, senior, special the government's chief medical adviser | close, trusted The duke was the king's most trusted adviser. | personal | expert, professional | independent | government, presidential | business, careers, economic, environmental, financial, legal, medical, military, policy/political, public relations, scientific, security, technical

VERB + ADVISER act as | appoint, appoint sb (as) | have Do you have a financial adviser? | consult (with), go to, see, speak to, talk to You ought to consult an independent legal adviser.

ADVISER + VERB advise sb/sth

PREP. ~ on an adviser on environmental issues | ~ to She acts as an adviser to the president.