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Translation of "aid" - English-Turkish dictionary

aid

noun     /eɪd/
HELP [U]
money, food, or equipment that is given to help a country or group of people insani yardım, para, yiyecek ve malzeme yardımı Emergency aid was sent to the flood victims. aid workersHelping and co-operatingGiving, providing and supplyingCharity organizationsGenerous and charitable
in aid of sb/sth UK
in order to collect money for a group of people who need it ...e yardım amacıyla, ... in yararına, iyiliğine a concert in aid of famine reliefHelping and co-operating
with the aid of sth
using something to help you bir şeyin yardımıyla, desteğiyle She can walk with the aid of a stick.Helping and co-operating
come/go to sb's aid
to go to someone and help them birinin yardımına gitmek, koşmak Luckily a policeman came to my aid.Helping and co-operating
EQUIPMENT [C]
a piece of equipment that helps you to do something yardım malzemesi teaching aids such as books and videos →  See also Band-Aid , first aid , visual aid Helping and co-operating
(Definition of aid noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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