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  1. aid

    • IPA[ād]

    美式

    • n.
      help, typically of a practical nature;financial or material help given to a country or area in need
    • v.
      help, assist, or support (someone or something) in the achievement of something;promote or encourage (something)
    • noun: aid, plural noun: aids

    • verb: aid, 3rd person present: aids, gerund or present participle: aiding, past tense: aided, past participle: aided

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. help, typically of a practical nature:

      he saw the pilot slumped in his cockpit and went to his aid

      within six weeks he was walking with the aid of a walker

    • 2. financial or material help given to a country or area in need:

      700,000 tons of food aid

      aid convoys

    • 3. a person or thing that is a source of help or assistance:

      exercise is an important aid to recovery after heart attacks

      a teaching aid

    • 4. a grant of subsidy or tax to a king.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. help, assist, or support (someone or something) in the achievement of something:

      women were aided in childbirth by midwives

      the heel was slanted to aid in climbing hilly terrain

    • 2. promote or encourage (something):

      diet and exercise aid healthy skin

    • n.
      a scheme enabling registered charities to reclaim tax on a donation made by a UK taxpayer, effectively increasing the amount of the donation:
    • using Gift Aid means that the taxman will add 28p to every pound you give

      Gift Aid donations

    • v.
      make (a donation) to a registered charity under the Gift Aid scheme:
    • he gift-aided the money—which added quite a lot to the total

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    • n.
      financial aid that does not require repayment, such as student grants and scholarships:
    • there are four types of federal grants that could help you pay for college, all of which fall under the umbrella of gift aid
    • v.
      make (a donation) to a registered charity under the Gift Aid program:
    • he gift-aided the money—which added quite a lot to the total

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    • n. an adhesive bandage with a gauze pad in the center, used to cover minor wounds:

    • she put a Band-Aid on Belinda's arm

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    • n. a piece of sticking plaster of a type having a gauze pad:

    • she put a Band-Aid on Belinda's arm

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    • n.
      financial assistance, especially money that is granted by central government to local government or an institution.
    • she put a Band-Aid on Belinda's arm
    • v.
      give grant aid to.
    • she put a Band-Aid on Belinda's arm

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    • n. an item of illustrative matter, such as a film, slide, or model, designed to supplement written or spoken information so that it can be understood more easily.

    • she put a Band-Aid on Belinda's arm

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    • IPA[eɪd]

    英式

    • n.
      help, typically of a practical nature:
    • he saw the pilot slumped in his cockpit and went to his aid

      she walked with the aid of a Zimmer frame

    • v.
      help or support (someone or something) in the achievement of something:
    • women were aided in childbirth by midwives

      research was conducted to aid in making decisions

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    • abbr
      artificial insemination by donor.
    • women were aided in childbirth by midwives

      research was conducted to aid in making decisions

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    • IPA[ˌā ˌī ˈdē]
    • abbr
      artificial insemination by donor.
    • women were aided in childbirth by midwives

      research was conducted to aid in making decisions

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