English - Vietnamese Dictionary
assist /ə'sist/Concise Dictionary
- ngoại động từ
- giúp, giúp đỡ
- to assist someone in doing something: giúp ai làm việc gì
- nội động từ
- dự, có mặt
- to assist at a ceremony: dự một buổi lễ
- to assist in: tham gia
+the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose
+(sports) the act of enabling another player to make a good play
+give help or assistance; be of service
+act as an assistant in a subordinate or supportive function
+work for or be a servant to
Advanced English Dictionary
1 aid, help, second, support:
He could walk only if assisted by the nurse.
2 further, promote, abet, support, benefit, facilitate:
The rumours will not assist his election.
3 help, succour, serve, work for or with; relieve:
She has always assisted the poor.
+ verbCollocation Dictionary
1 ~ (sb) (in / with sth)
~ (sb) (in doing sth) (especially written) to help sb to do sth: [VN] We'll do all we can to assist you. + We will assist you in finding somewhere to live. + The play was directed by Mike Johnson, assisted by Sharon Gale. + Two men are assisting the police with their enquiries (= are being questioned by the police). + [VN to inf] a course to assist adults to return to the labour market + [V] Anyone willing to assist can contact this number. + We are looking for people who would be willing to assist in the group's work.
2 [VN] to help sth to happen more easily: activities that will assist the decision-making process - HELP
We have been greatly assisted by individuals and organizations.
VERB + ASSIST
be designed to
measures designed to assist people with disabilities
He had to assist her in opening the gates.
She offered to assist with the marketing of the product.
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