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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “help”

help

verb (MAKE EASIER)
使更容易
 
 
/help/
[I or T] to make it possible or easier for someone to do something, by doing part of the work yourself or by providing advice, money, support,
幫助,幫忙
How can I help you?
我如何才能幫你呢?
I wonder if you could help me - I'd like some information about flights to New Zealand.
不知你能否幫我個忙——我想知道一些飛往紐西蘭的相關航班資料。
My dad said he would help with the costs of (= give part of the cost of) buying a house.
我爸爸說他會資助我們買一棟房子。
[+ obj + (to) infinitive ] The £10, 000 loan from the bank helped her (to) start her own business.
10 000 英鎊的銀行貸款幫助她創辦了自己的公司。
I feel that learning English will help (= improve) my chances of promotion at work.
我覺得學英語有助我在工作上獲得擢升。
Nothing can help her now (= Her situation is too bad for anyone to be able to improve it).
現在沒人能幫得了她。
→ See also helplineHelping and co-operating
[I or T] If something helps a difficult or painful situation, it improves it or makes it easier or less painful
(使)好轉;(使)緩解
The morphine didn't seem to help (the pain).
嗎啡似乎並不能緩解疼痛。
Making things betterBecoming better
[+ (to) infinitive] If something or someone helps to do something, they are one of several reasons for it happening
助長;構成…的因素
The drought has helped (to) make this a disastrous year for Somalia.
亁旱使索馬利亞今年禍不單行。
Helping and co-operating
(Definition of help verb (MAKE EASIER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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