helping

英 ['helpɪŋ] 美 ['hɛlpɪŋ]
  • n. 帮助,协助;一份食物
  • adj. 辅助的;给予帮助的
  • v. 帮助;扶持(help的ing形式)
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helping (n.)
"aid, assistance," late 13c., from present participle of help (v.). Meaning “serving food” is from 1824; that of “a portion of food” is from 1883.
1. Two men were helping police with their inquiries at Salisbury last night.
两名男子昨天夜里在索尔兹伯里接受了警方盘问。

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2. It is not easy to make practical suggestions for helping her.
要提出切实可行的建议帮助她并不容易。

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3. He was helping wire up the Channel Tunnel last season.
他上一季在协助英吉利海峡隧道的电缆铺设工作.

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4. Hypnotherapy can be useful in helping you give up smoking.
催眠疗法可能有助于你戒烟。

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5. These demands are helping to stoke fears of civil war.
这些要求助长了人们对内战的恐惧。

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