from The Century Dictionary.
- noun One who stands by; one who takes part in anything, as a public ceremony or assembly.
- noun An assistant.
- noun Also spelled
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun An assistant; a helper.
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- noun One who
assists; an assistantor helper.
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Page 3. 13. assister à l’agonie: note _assister à qc. _, ‘to be present at something’; _assister qn. _, to help some one.’
Much like Alex Hleb, the French star rarely feeds the goalscorer directly but he often makes life easier for the 'assister' with a defence-splitting pass in the final third.
"assister," neither could nor ought to dismiss from your thoughts.
A cette époque on pouvait, peu avant midi, assister au ballet des casseroles et des plats.
Then there's: assister - to attend (as in a meeting)
Now I see that Jackie already addressed assister and was more correct to say "assister à."
Our framework proposes that a person who has an illness from which two doctors consider he or she will die within 12 months, could receive assistance from their doctor to end their life if certain stringent safeguards were met, without the assister committing a crime.
It is then brought before the director for public prosecutions who decides whether the assister was motivated by compassion or not, in accordance with his guidelines.
The other great assister in this regard is life: as in experience, growth and improvement.
Occupation: Full time student and part time assister of creativity