aid / eɪd /


aid3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to provide support for or relief to; help: to aid the homeless victims of the fire.
  2. to promote the progress or accomplishment of; facilitate.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. to give help or assistance.
n. 名词 noun
  1. help or support; assistance.
  2. a person or thing that aids or furnishes assistance; helper; auxiliary.
  3. aids, Manège. Also called natural aids .the means by which a rider communicates with and controls a horse, as the hands, legs, voice, and shifts in weight.Also called artificial aids .the devices used by a rider to increase control of a horse, as spurs, whip, and martingale.

aid 近义词

n. 名词 noun

help, support

v. 动词 verb

help, support


  1. He mentioned in particular that aid should focus on assistance for small businesses, among other things.
  2. Forty percent claim they can’t last another six months without government aid, and it will be an arduous road to recovery for the rest.
  3. However, that aid has to be distributed at a sustainable pace and I think some of the programs that were thought up for Afghanistan were too ambitious.
  4. Republican leaders have suggesting trying to pass another PPP as a standalone bill while Democratic leaders believe aid to states is vital to stave off mass public sector layoffs.
  5. An ingenious invention originally meant to digitize bookkeeping, the software has enabled researchers and businesspeople to input infinite rows and columns of disparate data and then analyze the information with the aid of a computer.
  6. So working with the militants in order to deliver aid “becomes a requirement,” she said.
  7. Think of it as a frequent buyer program for personal karma, or a spiritual band-aid.
  8. In the Senate, the Democrats passed the budget 56-40 with the generous aid of 24 Republicans.
  9. After all, smaller developing nations like Cameroon often depend on trade with and aid from the West.
  10. Followers had traveled many miles to mourn the loss, and aid in the ritual washing, dressing, and honoring of the body.
  11. Groping to the chimney-place with the aid of his matches, Mr. Collingwood found the candle and lit it.
  12. England gladly seized the opportunity of injuring her enemy and sent aid to the people of Spain.
  13. But once Austria was disposed of, Prussia and Russia met their punishment for having given her secret or open aid.
  14. This province, having taken depositions in regard to it, with the aid of the said letter, adjudged Japon accordingly.
  15. Therefore they charge the governor with concealing it; and all that is without the aid of authority to make investigation.