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helpline

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Pronunciation: /ˈhɛlplʌɪn
 
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Definition of helpline in English:

noun

A telephone service providing help with problems: there are a number of helplines and organizations which can offer advice a family helpline and counselling service
More example sentences
  • The call centre will handle ‘inward services’, manning the service centre and helplines.
  • There is little existing evidence on the effect of publicly available telephone helplines on the nature and volume of demand for health services.
  • The council is also setting up a telephone helpline for people who want to know more about the system.

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