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mate

noun [C] (HELPER)
幫忙者
 
 
/meɪt/ UK
a person who is employed to help a skilled worker
助手,幫手
a carpenter's/plumber's mate
木工/管道工的助手
Employees and colleaguesHelpers and accomplicesPeople who help or serve people professionally
(Definition of mate noun (HELPER) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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