English - Vietnamese Dictionary
- thêm vào, phụ vào // sự thêm vào, sư phụ vào
- training a. sách giáo khoa
- visual a. đồ dùng giảng dạy
+the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
+a gift of money to support a worthy person or cause
+the work of providing treatment for or attending to someone or something
+give help or assistance; be of service
+improve the condition of
Advanced English Dictionary
1 help, support, assist, facilitate, back, abet, uphold, promote; succour, relieve, subsidize:
The invasion was aided by Richard's subjects. He salved his conscience by aiding a local charity.
2 help, support, assistance, backing, relief, benefit, service, succour, comfort:
He was convicted of giving aid to the enemy in time of war.
3 funding, subsidy, subvention; grant-money, grant, grant-in-aid, scholarship:
He could never have gone to university without aid from the endowment.
noun, verbCollocation Dictionary
1 [U] money, food, etc. that is sent to help countries in difficult situations: economic / humanitarian / emergency aid + An extra £10 million in foreign aid has been promised. + aid agencies (= organizations that provide help) + medical aid programmes
See also - FINANCIAL AID, LEGAL AID
2 [U] help that you need to perform a particular task: He was breathing only with the aid of a ventilator. + This job would be impossible without the aid of a computer.
3 [U] (formal) help that is given to a person: One of the station staff saw he was in difficulty and came to his aid (= helped him).
See also - FIRST AID
4 [C] an object, a machine, a tool, etc. that you use to help you do sth: a hearing aid + Photographs make useful teaching aids.
Idioms: in aid of sth/sb (BrE) in order to help sb/sth: collecting money in aid of charity
what's ...in aid of? (BrE, spoken) used to ask why sth is happening: What's all this crying in aid of?
~ (sb/sth) (in sth / in doing sth)
~ sb (with sth) (written) to help sb/sth to do sth, especially by making it easier: [V] The new test should aid in the early detection of the disease. + [VN] This feature is designed to aid inexperienced users. + They were accused of aiding his escape. + They were accused of aiding him in his escape. + Aided by heat and strong winds, the fire quickly spread. + Some perfumes aid restful sleep. [also VN to inf] - HELP
Idioms: aid and abet (law) to help sb to do sth illegal or wrong: She stands accused of aiding and abetting the bombing. + Aided and abetted by two glasses of wine, he became very sentimental.
1 money, food, etc.
emergency | humanitarian | cash, development, economic, financial, food, legal, medical, military, relief
Legal aid (= government money for legal advice)is a fundamental part of our system of justice.
| federal, government, state | bilateral, external, foreign, international, overseas
The country relies on foreign aid
VERB + AID
appeal for, call for
The country's president has appealed for international aid in the wake of the disaster.
| extend, give (sb), grant (sb), provide (sb with), send (sb) | get, receive | depend on, rely on | promise | cut (off), suspend, withdraw, withhold
The British government has now suspended humanitarian aid to the area.
AID + NOUN
agency, worker | budget, package, programme
a $14 million aid package
VERB + AID
ask for, enlist
We enlisted the aid of John and his family.
| come/go to sb's
(= to help someone)She screamed loudly and two people came to her aid.
in ~ of
collecting money in aid of charity
| with/without the ~ of
She is now able to walk with the aid of a stick.
3 person/thing that helps
effective, essential, excellent, important, useful, valuable | classroom, teaching, training | audio-visual, computer, visual | hearing, walking | memory | buoyancy
essential aids to learning
> SeeFIRST AID
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