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Helen British & World English

The daughter of Zeus and Leda, born from an egg. In the Homeric poems she was the outstandingly beautiful wife of Menelaus, and her abduction by Paris (to whom she had been promised, as a bribe, by Aphrodite) led to the Trojan War

Clark, Helen British & World English

(B.1950), New Zealand Labour stateswoman, Prime Minister of New Zealand 1999–2008

Hayes, Helen British & World English

(1900–1993) US actress; born Helen Hayes Brown; known as the First Lady of the American Theater. Her Broadway career spanned seven decades and included Tony-winning roles in Happy Birthday (1946) and Time Remembered (1957). She also appeared in movies such as The Sin of Madelon Claudet (1932) and Airport (1970)

Suzman, Helen British & World English

(1917–2009), South African politician, of Lithuanian-Jewish descent. From 1961 to 1974 she was the sole MP opposed to apartheid

Keller, Helen British & World English

(1880–1968), American writer, social reformer, and academic; full name Helen Adams Keller. Blind and deaf from the age of nineteen months, she learned how to read, type, and speak with the help of a tutor. She went on to champion the cause of blind and deaf people throughout the world

Wills Moody, Helen British & World English

(1905–98), US tennis player; born Helen Newington Wills. During 1923–38, she won the women’s singles title at eight Wimbledon, seven US Open, and four French Open tournaments

Helen Adams Keller in Keller, Helen British & World English

(1880–1968), American writer, social reformer, and academic; full name Helen Adams Keller. Blind and deaf from the age of nineteen months, she learned how to read, type, and speak with the help of a tutor. She went on to champion the cause of blind and deaf people throughout the world

Helen Porter Mitchell in Melba, Dame Nellie British & World English

(1861–1931), Australian operatic soprano; born Helen Porter Mitchell. She was born near Melbourne, from which city she took her professional name. Melba gained worldwide fame with her coloratura singing

Helen Beatrix Potter in Potter, Beatrix British & World English

(1866–1943), English writer for children; full name Helen Beatrix Potter. She is known for her series of animal stories, illustrated with her own delicate watercolours, which began with The Tale of Peter Rabbit (first published privately in 1900)

Helen Newington Wills in Wills Moody, Helen British & World English

(1905–98), US tennis player; born Helen Newington Wills. During 1923–38, she won the women’s singles title at eight Wimbledon, seven US Open, and four French Open tournaments

Helen of Troy English-Spanish

Helena de Troya

and Helen? — what about Helen? in about English-Spanish

¿y Helen? — ¿qué pasa con Helen?

I swapped places with Helen in swap English-Spanish

le cambié el sitio a Helen

ask Helen, she knows the ropes in rope English-Spanish

pregúntale a Helen, que está muy al tanto de todo

it wasn't Helen (that) you saw in that English-Spanish

no fue a Helen a quien viste, no fue a Helen que viste

you must be Helen! — no, I'm Rachel in be English-Spanish

¡tú debes (de) ser Helen! — no, soy Rachel

we're looking for a replacement for Helen in replacement English-Spanish

estamos buscando un sustituto para Helen, estamos buscando a alguien para sustituir

I bumped into Helen on the way over here in way English-Spanish

me encontré con Helen cuando venía (para aquí)

Helen has blossomed (out) into a delightful young woman in blossom English-Spanish

Helen se ha convertido en una chica encantadora

Mary sat on one side of him and Helen on the other in side English-Spanish

tenía a Mary sentada de un lado y a Helen del otro