Bedeutung von “help” — Learner’s Dictionary

help

verb us uk /help/
Extra Examples
I'd be very happy to help, if you need a hand.Why don't you help instead of just complaining?It's a good job that Jo was there to help you.Could you help me lift this table, please?I can't help you if you won't tell me what the matter is.
GIVE HELP [ I, T ]

A1 to make it easier for someone to do something:

Thank you for helping.
[ + (to) do sth ] Shall I help you to set the table?
Dad always helps me with my homework.
MAKE EASIER [ I, T ]

B2 to make something easier or better:

[ + to do sth ] When you're nervous or frightened, it helps to breathe slowly and deeply.
can't/couldn't help sth

B1 to be unable to stop yourself doing something or to stop something happening:

[ + doing sth ] I couldn't help thinking about what had happened.
He couldn't help it, he slipped.
help yourself (to sth)

B1 to take something, especially food or drink, without asking:

Please help yourself to some coffee.

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(Definition von “help verb” aus dem Cambridge Learner's Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)