Noun(1) the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose(2) (sports
Verb(1) give help or assistance; be of service(2) act as an assistant in a subordinate or supportive function(3) work for or be a servant to
(1) These people may have vital information which could assist the police in identifying the attacker.(2) Family members or friends can assist patients by encouraging the patients to discuss their feelings and worries.(3) Set up a computer that can be used for editing, and let users know when you (or someone who is familiar with the software) are available to assist .(4) If anyone has information which might assist with the completion of my family tree, I would like to hear from you.(5) their presence would assist in keeping the peace(6) He will be long remembered by his colleagues for untiring attention to all aspects of his work, unfailing courtesy and easy availability to assist and advise.(7) I will ask them to search their conscience and to contact the police with any information that will assist this investigation.(8) The leaflet says: ├ö├ç├┐We need to form a new committee and require other helpers to assist in organising and running events that you want.├ö├ç├û(9) In urging the public to assist the police with information, Paul said crime was the business of all law-abiding persons.(10) A great assist is as much fun as scoring in basketball.(11) An emphasis on the family is important to assist parents in supporting their children's grieving process.(12) With an assist from his brother who ├ö├ç├┐got my resume to Bremer,├ö├ç├û he landed interviews that led to his appointment.(13) Families play a support role when they assist teachers with classroom preparations or with the achievement of educational goals.(14) As the second stooped to assist her fallen friend, who should walk towards the hotel entrance but their hero.(15) Garda are anxious to speak to the owner of an articulated lorry who may be able to assist with information.(16) And with an assist from the police, they were able to provide it.
(1) to assist :: at assistere
1. help ::
2. facilitate ::
3. attend ::
4. help ::
1. hinder ::
Different Formsassist, assistance, assistant, assistants, assisted, assisting, assists
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