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Translation of "aid" - English-Spanish dictionary

aid

noun   /eɪd/
help, or something such as food or equipment that gives help ayuda Emergency aid was sent to the flood victims. teaching aids
in aid of someone/something UK
in order to get money for a group of people who need it a favor de alguien/algo There’s a concert in aid of famine relief.
verb   /eɪd/ formal
to help someone ayudar
(Definition of aid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aid

noun /eid/
help ayuda, auxilio Rich countries give aid to developing countries Teachers use various visual aids in the classroom such as pictures and flashcards He came to my aid when my car broke down.
in aid of
as a financial help to (a charity etc) a beneficio de The collection is in aid of a children’s charity.
(Definition of aid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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