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help

verb
 
 
/help/
GIVE HELP [I, T] A1 to make it easier for someone to do something
pomagać
Thank you for helping. [+ (to) do sth] Shall I help you to set the table? Dad always helps me with my homework.Helping and co-operating
MAKE EASIER [I, T] B2 to make something easier or better
pomagać
[+ to do sth] When you're nervous or frightened, it helps to breathe slowly and deeply.Helping and co-operating
can't/couldn't help sth B1 to be unable to stop yourself doing something or to stop something happening
nie móc się powstrzymać przed czymś , nie móc nic poradzić na coś
[+ doing sth] I couldn't help thinking about what had happened. He couldn't help it, he slipped.Inevitable
help yourself (to sth) B1 to take something, especially food or drink, without asking
poczęstować się ( czymś )
Please help yourself to some coffee.Giving, providing and supplying
(Definition of help verb from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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