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- n. One that assists.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, aids.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who helps; an assistant or auxiliary; an abetter; an accessory.
It's actually derived from the French m'aider, meaning, come help me.
And to express the meaning of "assist (help someone), in French the verb" aider "is used.
And to express the meaning of "assist help someone, in French the verb "aider" is used.
Alors merci messieurs les opposants d'avoir aider Sassou à gagner sans difficultés.
And their biggest aider and abettor is Ottawa itself.
What this is really about is a Republican effort to gin up sound-bites suitable to the morons watching FauxSnooze about how Obama is “soft on defense” (if not an outright aider and abettor of al Qaeda).
Le président Nicolas Sarkozy a appellé plusieurs pays, dont le Canada, à organiser à une grande conférence internationale pour aider Haïti à se relever du séisme.
Climbing higher onto my aider above the hook was terrifying, but it stayed put.
It seemed to be biting deeper, which was reassuring as I moved up a step in my aider, a webbing ladder used to ascend Big Walls.
The sprinkling of French is perfect, and your readers answered any questions I had about renseigner v. aider.
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