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helpingnoun [C]

 us   /ˈhel·pɪŋ/
an amount of food served to a person at one time: He took another helping of dessert.
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Translations of “helping”
in Arabic حِصّة الطَّعام…
in Korean 양…
in Portuguese prato, porção…
in Catalan plat, ració…
in Japanese (食べ物の)ひと盛り, 1杯分…
in Chinese (Simplified) 一份食物…
in Turkish bir öğün yemek, bir porsiyon yemek…
in Russian порция…
in Chinese (Traditional) 一份食物…
in Italian porzione…
in Polish porcja…
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