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Spanish translation of “aid”

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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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