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help,

  • 1 help

    [help] 1. verb
    1) (to do something with or for someone that he cannot do alone, or that he will find useful: Will you help me with this translation?; Will you please help me (to) translate this poem?; Can I help?; He fell down and I helped him up.) ajudar
    2) (to play a part in something; to improve or advance: Bright posters will help to attract the public to the exhibition; Good exam results will help his chances of a job.) ajudar
    3) (to make less bad: An aspirin will help your headache.) ajudar
    4) (to serve (a person) in a shop: Can I help you, sir?) ser útil
    5) ((with can(not), could (not)) to be able not to do something or to prevent something: He looked so funny that I couldn't help laughing; Can I help it if it rains?) (não poder) deixar de
    2. noun
    1) (the act of helping, or the result of this: Can you give me some help?; Your digging the garden was a big help; Can I be of help to you?) ajuda
    2) (someone or something that is useful: You're a great help to me.) ajuda
    3) (a servant, farmworker etc: She has hired a new help.) auxiliar
    4) ((usually with no) a way of preventing something: Even if you don't want to do it, the decision has been made - there's no help for it now.) remédio
    - helpful
    - helpfully
    - helpfulness
    - helping
    - helpless
    - helplessly
    - helplessness
    - help oneself
    - help out
    * * *
    [help] n 1 ajuda, auxílio. 2 medicamento, remédio. 3 alívio, socorro, amparo. 4 auxiliar, ajudante. • vt+vi 1 ajudar, assistir ( with com, in em). she helped me with the washing / ela ajudou-me a lavar a roupa. 2 socorrer, amparar. 3 remediar, medicar. 4 prevenir, evitar, impedir. it can’t be helped / não pode ser evitado. 5 deixar de fazer, abster-se. I cannot help laughing / não posso deixar de rir. he can’t help doing it / ele não consegue abster-se disto. 6 servir(-se) (à mesa). help yourself / sirva-se à vontade. by the help of com o auxílio de. more than one can help mais do que é necessário. she cannot help it ela não tem culpa. so help me God! Deus me ajude! there is no help for it não há remédio para isto. to help down a) ajudar a descer. b) fig contribuir para a ruína. to help forward ajudar, favorecer. to help into ajudar a entrar. to help off ajudar a partir, a livrar-se de. to help out a) ajudar a sair. b) sustentar. to help someone to conseguir alguma coisa para alguém.

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  • 2 help

    [help] 1. verb
    1) (to do something with or for someone that he cannot do alone, or that he will find useful: Will you help me with this translation?; Will you please help me (to) translate this poem?; Can I help?; He fell down and I helped him up.) ajudar
    2) (to play a part in something; to improve or advance: Bright posters will help to attract the public to the exhibition; Good exam results will help his chances of a job.) ajudar
    3) (to make less bad: An aspirin will help your headache.) aliviar
    4) (to serve (a person) in a shop: Can I help you, sir?) servir
    5) ((with can(not), could (not)) to be able not to do something or to prevent something: He looked so funny that I couldn't help laughing; Can I help it if it rains?) deixar de, evitar
    2. noun
    1) (the act of helping, or the result of this: Can you give me some help?; Your digging the garden was a big help; Can I be of help to you?) ajuda
    2) (someone or something that is useful: You're a great help to me.) ajuda
    3) (a servant, farmworker etc: She has hired a new help.) empregado, ajudante
    4) ((usually with no) a way of preventing something: Even if you don't want to do it, the decision has been made - there's no help for it now.) remédio
    - helpful - helpfully - helpfulness - helping - helpless - helplessly - helplessness - help oneself - help out

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > help

  • 3 help

    ajuda, auxílio
    to help:
    atender

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  • 4 help line

    help line
    [help l'ain] n linha telefônica de assistência, ajuda, apoio, para a qual pessoas ligam em busca de conselhos.

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  • 5 help him off with his coat

    help him off with his coat
    ajude-o a tirar a capa, o casaco.

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  • 6 help oneself

    1) ((with to) to give oneself or take (food etc): Help yourself to another piece of cake; `Can I have a pencil?' `Certainly - help yourself; He helped himself to (= stole) my jewellery.) servir-se
    2) ((with cannot, could not) to be able to stop (oneself): I burst out laughing when he told me - I just couldn't help myself.) controlar-se

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  • 7 help out

    (to help (a person), usually for a short time because the person is in some difficulty: I help out in the shop from time to time; Could you help me out by looking after the baby?) dar uma mãozinha

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  • 8 help oneself

    1) ((with to) to give oneself or take (food etc): Help yourself to another piece of cake; `Can I have a pencil?' `Certainly - help yourself; He helped himself to (= stole) my jewellery.) servir-se
    2) ((with cannot, could not) to be able to stop (oneself): I burst out laughing when he told me - I just couldn't help myself.) impedir-se

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > help oneself

  • 9 help out

    (to help (a person), usually for a short time because the person is in some difficulty: I help out in the shop from time to time; Could you help me out by looking after the baby?) dar uma ajuda

    English-Portuguese (Brazil) dictionary > help out

  • 10 helping hand

    help.ing hand
    [helpiŋ h'ænd] n assistência.

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  • 11 helpmate

    help.mate
    [h'elpmeit] n 1 ajudante, colaborador. 2 esposo, esposa.

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  • 12 helpmeet

    help.meet
    [h'elpmi:t] n = link=helpmate helpmate.

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  • Help — (h[e^]lp), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Helped} (h[e^]lpt) (Obs. imp. {Holp} (h[=o]lp), p. p. {Holpen} (h[=o]l p n)); p. pr. & vb. n. {Helping}.] [AS. helpan; akin to OS. helpan, D. helpen, G. helfen, OHG. helfan, Icel. hj[=a]lpa, Sw. hjelpa, Dan. hielpe …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Help — is any form of assistance.Help may also refer to:* Help (British TV series), a comedy series * Help (Dutch TV series), a drama series * H.E.L.P. , an American television drama series * Help (video), a documentary video by Ximena Cuevas * Help (… …   Wikipedia

  • help*/*/*/ — [help] verb I 1) [I/T] to give someone support or information so that they can do something more easily Can you help me find my glasses?[/ex] Her brother offered to help her with her homework.[/ex] Her work involves helping people to find… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • help — verb. Help is one of the oldest words in English, going back to the time of King Alfred (9c). It has two principal meanings in current English: ‘to assist’ (Can I help you?) and ‘to prevent’ (I can t help it). The connection between these two… …   Modern English usage

  • Help ! — Help! (film) Pour les articles homonymes, voir Help. Help! Réalisation Richard Lester Acteurs principaux John Lennon Paul McCartney George Harrison Ringo Starr Leo McKern …   Wikipédia en Français

  • help — [help] vt. [ME helpen < OE helpan, akin to Ger helfen < IE base * k̑elb , *k̑elp , to help > early Lith sělbinos, to aid] 1. to make things easier or better for (a person); aid; assist; specif., a) to give (one in need or trouble)… …   English World dictionary

  • Help.gv.at — „Ihr Amtshelfer im Internet“ ist eine behördenübergreifende Plattform der österreichischen Bundesverwaltung. HELP.gv.at (kurz „HELP“) begann 1997 als Informationsangebot über Behördenwege für die Bürger und hat sich seither zu einer Drehscheibe… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • HELP.gv.at — „Ihr Amtshelfer im Internet“ ist eine behördenübergreifende Plattform der österreichischen Bundesverwaltung. HELP.gv.at (kurz „HELP“) begann 1997 als Informationsangebot über Behördenwege für die Bürger und hat sich seither zu einer Drehscheibe… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Help — (dt. Hilfe) steht für: Help!, Album der Beatles Help (Band), eine Schweizer Jazzband Help! (Lied), Lied der Beatles Help – Hilfe zur Selbsthilfe, deutsche Hilfsorganisation Help TV, deutscher Fernsehsender help – Das Konsumentenmagazin des ORF… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Help — Help, n. [AS. help; akin to D. hulp, G. h[ u]lfe, hilfe, Icel. hj[=a]lp, Sw. hjelp, Dan. hielp. See {Help}, v. t.] [1913 Webster] 1. Strength or means furnished toward promoting an object, or deliverance from difficulty or distress; aid; ^; also …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Help! — Studioalbum von The Beatles Veröffentlichung 6. August 1965 Label Parlophone / Capitol / …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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