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assist

verb [I or T]     /əˈsɪst/ formal
to help 幫助;協助;援助 The army arrived to assist in the search. 軍隊趕到協助搜尋。 You will be expected to assist the editor with the selection of illustrations for the book. 希望你能幫助編輯為此書挑選插圖。 Helping and co-operating
assist the police with/in their inquiries UK
If someone is assisting the police with their inquiries, it usually means they have been taken to the police station to be asked questions about a crime. 配合警方的詢問 Arresting and charging
Translations of “assist”
in Arabic يُساعِد…
in Korean 돕다…
in Malaysian membantu…
in French aider, assister…
in Turkish yardım etmek…
in Italian assistere, aiutare…
in Russian помогать…
in Polish pomagać, służyć pomocą…
in Vietnamese hỗ trợ…
in Spanish ayudar…
in Portuguese ajudar, auxiliar, assistir…
in Thai ช่วย…
in German helfen…
in Catalan assistir, ajudar…
in Japanese (~を)手伝う, 援助する…
in Indonesian membantu…
in Chinese (Simplified) 帮助, 协助, 援助…
(Definition of assist from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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