Definition of helper in English:

helper

Line breaks: help¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈhɛlpə(r)
 
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noun

A person who helps someone else: there was no shortage of willing helpers we rely on volunteer helpers
More example sentences
  • She is employed as a domestic helper but the employers treat her no better than a stray dog.
  • Like tens of thousands of poor Asian women, she came to Hong Kong looking for a living wage as a domestic helper.
  • However, the couple were suddenly left without care support, except a domestic helper for two hours a week.
Synonyms
subordinate, deputy, auxiliary, second, second in command, number two, right-hand man, right-hand woman, wingman, attendant, junior, acolyte;
accessory, accomplice, henchman
informal sidekick

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