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help British & World English

Make it easier or possible for (someone) to do something by offering them one’s services or resources

help English Thesaurus

they helped her with domestic chores

help in aid English Thesaurus

with the aid of his colleagues he prepared a manifesto

help in assist English Thesaurus

I spend much of my time assisting the chef

help in help English Thesaurus

they helped her with domestic chores

help in support English Thesaurus

the roof was supported by massive stone pillars

God help British & World English

Used to express the belief that someone is in a difficult or dangerous situation

help desk British & World English

A service providing information and support to computer users, especially within a company

home help British & World English

A person employed, especially by a local authority, to help in another’s home

self-help British & World English

The use of one’s own efforts and resources to achieve things without relying on others

so help me British & World English

Used to emphasize that one means what one is saying

mother's help British & World English

A person who helps a mother, mainly by looking after children

can/could not help in help British & World English

Cannot or could not avoid

help someone to in help British & World English

Serve someone with (food or drink)

help oneself in help British & World English

Take something without permission

there is no help for it British & World English

There is no way of avoiding or remedying a situation

can/could not help oneself in help British & World English

Cannot or could not stop oneself from doing something

God help in God British & World English

Used to express the belief that someone is in a difficult or dangerous situation

help someone on/off with in help British & World English

Assist someone to put on or take off (a garment)

so help me in help British & World English

Used to emphasize that one means what one is saying

helpmate British & World English

A helpful companion or partner, especially one’s husband or wife

daily help in daily British & World English

A woman who is employed to clean someone else’s house each day

God help you, him, etc. in God British & World English

Used to express the belief that someone is in a difficult or dangerous situation


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