派生词： advisability （n.）
1.Because of the popularity of the region, it is advisable to book hotels or camp sites in advance
2.It is generally not advisable for expectant mothers to travel by air after the 28th week of pregnancy.
3.This course of action is advisable.
4.It is advisable to mix coarse grit into heavy soil to improve drainage.
5.It will be advisable for you to drop an acquaintance such as John; he is not a good companion for you.
1.This is an advisable choice.
It is/was+advisable+(for sb) to- v
1.It is advisable to leave now.
2.It is advisable for you to apply for the teaching position.
1.It is advisable that we (should) stay at home instead of going to the movies.
2.It's advisable that they go with a clearly defined goal in mind.
1.Do you consider it advisable to wait?
2.Do you think it advisable to try it again?
1.I don't think it advisable that Tim be assigned to the job since he has no experience.
an advisable choice 明智的选择
highly advisable 非常可取的
undoubtedly advisable 无疑是明智的
usually advisable 通常是可取的
seem advisable 似乎可取
1.To ensure employees' commitment, it is advisable to give them more flexibility as to where and how they work.
2.On the basis of the precautionary principle, it could be argued that it is advisable to follow the FSA advice.
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