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Pronunciation of Counsellor: Learn how to pronounce Counsellor in English correctly

Learn how to say Counsellor correctly in English with this tutorial pronunciation video.

Oxford dictionary definition of the word counsellor:

noun
1a person trained to give guidance on personal or psychological problems:
a marriage counsellor
[with modifier] a person who gives advice on a specified subject:
a debt counsellor
2a senior officer in the diplomatic service:
a counsellor at the Russian embassy
3 (also counselor-at-law) US & Irish a barrister.
4North American a supervisor at a children’s summer camp.
Origin:

Middle English (in the general sense ‘adviser’): from Old French conseiller, from Latin consiliarius, and Old French conseillour, from Latin consiliator, both from consilium ‘consultation or advice’

The words counsellor and councillor are often confused. A counsellor is a person who gives advice or counsel, especially on personal problems (
a marriage counsellor
), whereas a councillor is a member of a city, county, or other council (
she stood as a Labour candidate for city councillor
).