clear, good, helpful, practical, reliable, useful | broad, general, simple | detailed, explicit | strict, tight | EU, government | planning, safety | ethical, financial, legal
The organization has issued a set of guidelines for builders to follow.
VERB + GUIDELINE
develop, draw up, lay down, set out | give (sb), issue, offer (sb), provide (sb with), suggest
The document gives clear guidelines on the use of pesticides.
| adhere to, apply, follow, stick to
We have to follow the safety guidelines laid down by the government.
| breach, ignore
The minister is accused of allowing the company to breach guidelines on arms sales.
GUIDELINE + VERB
The same general guidelines on when to dress formally apply to both men and women.
Within clear guidelines, managers can use their budget to entertain clients.
| ~ about
detailed guidelines for doctors about how to deal with difficult patients
| ~ for
The article suggests some guidelines for healthy eating.
| ~ from
guidelines from the Department of Health
| ~ on
new EU guidelines on food hygiene
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