Übersetzung von “help” — Englisch–Französisch Wörterbuch

help

verb transitive-intransitivehelp /hɛlp/
to do or provide sth to make a situation easier
aider

Could someone help me carry this?
Est-ce que quelqu'un pourrait m'aider à porter ça ?

Friends helped with the cooking and cleaning.
Des amis ont aidé pour la cuisine et le ménage.

resources that help us do our jobs better
des ressources qui nous aident à mieux faire notre travail

I have given money to help the environment.
J'ai donné de l'argent pour aider à la préservation de l'environnement.
can't/cannot help yourself
to be unable to stop doing sth
n'y peut rien , ne peut s'empêcher de

I just can't help myself - I love chocolate.
Je n'y peux tout simplement rien, j'adore le chocolat.
help yourself
spoken used to invite sb to take food or drink
sers-toi / servez-vous

Please help yourself to some pie.
Je vous en prie, prenez de la tarte.

help out

verb phrasalhelp out [ ˈhɛlp ˈaʊt ]
to help sb by doing sth for them or paying money
informal dépanner

My parents helped me out with tuition.
Mes parents m'ont aidé pour les frais de scolarité.

No problem, I'd love to help out.
Pas de problème, je serais ravi de te dépanner.

help

nounhelp /hɛlp/
uncountable the act of helping sb
aide feminine

Can I give you some help with that?
Est-ce que je peux t'aider avec ça ?

I need help finishing my project.
J'ai besoin d'aide pour finir mon projet.

She received/got help from her grandparents.
Elle a reçu de l'aide de ses grands-parents.
uncountable sth that helps sb
aide feminine

He needs medical help.
Il a besoin d'assistance médicale.

The information he gave me was no help at all.
Les renseignements qu'il m'a donnés ne m'ont été d'aucune aide.
singular sb who helps you
aide masculine-feminine
a big help
qqn/qqch d'une grande aide

Thanks! You've been a big help.
Merci ! Vous avez été d'une grande aide.
uncountable a button on a computer screen where information is provided about the website, software etc.
Aide

Try clicking on Help.
Essaie de cliquer sur Aide.

helper

noun countablehelper /ˈhɛlpər/
sb who helps
assistant/-ante masculine-feminine

(Übersetzung von “help” aus dem GLOBAL English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)

help

verb /help/

to do something with or for someone that he cannot do alone, or that he will find useful

aider
Will you help me with this translation?
Will you please help me (to) translate this poem?
Can I help?
He fell down and I helped him up.

to play a part in something; to improve or advance

aider
Bright posters will help to attract the public to the exhibition
Good exam results will help his chances of a job.

to make less bad

soulager
An aspirin will help your headache.

to serve (a person) in a shop

aider
Can I help you, sir?

(with can(not), could (not)) to be able not to do something or to prevent something

pouvoir, ne pas pouvoir s’empêcher de
He looked so funny that I couldn’t help laughing
Can I help it if it rains?
helper noun

assistant/-ante
We need several helpers for this job.
helpful adjective

utile
a very helpful boy
You may find this book helpful.
helpfully adverb

utilement
helpfulness noun

utilité
helping noun

the amount of food one has on one’s plate

portion
a large helping of pudding.
helpless adjective

needing the help of other people; unable to do anything for oneself

faible, impuissant
A baby is almost completely helpless.
helplessly adverb

faiblement, sans puissance
helplessness noun

faiblesse, abandon
help oneself

(with to) to give oneself or take (food etc)

(se) servir (de)
Help yourself to another piece of cake
‘Can I have a pencil?’ ‘Certainly – help yourself
He helped himself to (= stole) my jewellery.

(with cannot, could not) to be able to stop (oneself)

ne pouvoir s’empêcher de
I burst out laughing when he told me – I just couldn’t help myself.
help out

to help (a person), usually for a short time because the person is in some difficulty

dépanner
I help out in the shop from time to time
Could you help me out by looking after the baby?

help

noun

someone or something that is useful

secours
You’re a great help to me.

a servant, farmworker etc

domestique, employé/-ée
She has hired a new help.

(usually with no) a way of preventing something

on n’y peut rien
Even if you don’t want to do it, the decision has been made – there’s no help for it now.

(Übersetzung von “help” aus dem PASSWORD English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)