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Un sustantivo es una palabra que se refiere a una persona, un animal, un lugar, un sentimiento o una idea (p.ej. hombre, perro, casa).
sustantivo
1. (asistencia)
a. la ayuda
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
She could pass the test with the aid of the teacher.Pudo pasar el examen con ayuda de la maestra.
b. el auxilio
(m) significa que un sustantivo es de género masculino (p.ej. el hombre, el sol).
(M)
The lifejacket came to his aid when he fell into the ocean.El salvavidas acudió en su auxilio cuando se cayó en el océano.
c. la necesidad
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
There are many things we can do without the aid of a computer.Hay muchas cosas que podemos hacer sin necesidad de una computadora.
d. la defensa
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
(en una discusión o debate)
The teacher came to my aid when everyone else was against me.El maestro salió en mi defensa cuando todos los demás se oponían a mi idea.
2. (recursos)
a. la ayuda
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
Our government is committed to sending aid to the refugees.Nuestro gobierno se compromente a enviar ayuda a los refugiados.
b. el beneficio
(m) significa que un sustantivo es de género masculino (p.ej. el hombre, el sol).
(M)
(finanzas)
Several famous bands are giving a concert in aid of the foundation.Varios grupos famosos darán un concierto en beneficio de la fundación.
3. (herramienta)
a. la ayuda
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
Flashcards are an excellent aid when teaching a language.Las tarjetas didácticas son una excelente ayuda en la enseñanza de una lengua.
4. (ayudante)
a. el asistente
(m) significa que un sustantivo es de género masculino (p.ej. el hombre, el sol).
(M)
, la asistenta
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
The position as the manager's aid is vacant if you want to apply.El puesto de asistente de dirección está vacante si quieres solicitarlo.
Un verbo transitivo es un verbo que requiere de un objeto directo (p.ej. Yo compré un libro.).
verbo transitivo
5. (asistir)
a. ayudar
This guide will aid you to choose the best credit card for your needs.Esta guía le ayudará a elegir la tarjeta de crédito ideal para sus necesidades.
b. prestar ayuda
It is our duty to aid all those in need.Tenemos el deber de prestar ayuda a todos aquellos que la necesitan.
c. contribuir a
The investment will aid the economic development of the country.La inversión contribuirá al desarrollo económico del país.
d. facilitar (recuperación o comprensión)
Dialog will aid mutual understanding.El diálogo facilitará la comprensión mutua.
e. acelerar (recuperación o proceso)
Resting at home and drinking plenty of fluids will aid recovery from a cold.Quedarse en casa descansando y beber mucho líquido acelera la recuperación tras un resfriado.
Un verbo intransitivo es un verbo que no requiere de un objeto directo (p.ej. El hombre estornudó.).
verbo intransitivo
6. (asistir)
a. ayudar
This test can aid in the diagnosis of pulmonary embolism.Esta prueba puede ayudar a diagnosticar la embolia pulmonar.
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aid
Un sustantivo es una palabra que se refiere a una persona, un animal, un lugar, un sentimiento o una idea (p.ej. hombre, perro, casa).
Sustantivo
1. (help, for disaster relief)
a. la ayuda
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
with the aid ofcon la ayuda de
to go to somebody's aidacudir en ayuda de alguien
in aid ofa beneficio de
2. (coloquial) (Reino Unido)
a.
what's (all) this in aid of?¿a qué se debe (todo) esto?
aid workercooperante mf
3. (device)
a. la ayuda
(f) significa que un sustantivo es de género femenino (p.ej. la mujer, la luna).
(F)
teaching aidsmaterial didáctico or docente
Un verbo transitivo es un verbo que requiere de un objeto directo (p.ej. Yo compré un libro.).
verbo transitivo
4. (growth, development)
a. ayudar a, contribuir a
5. (person)
a. ayudar
6. (derecho)
a.
to aid and abet somebodyser cómplice de alguien
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aid [eɪd]
sustantivo
1 (assistance) ayuda (f)
/doctors are involved with/ giving aid to the sick he was forced to turn for aid to his former enemy
to come/go to sb's aid acudir en ayuda or (formal) en auxilio de algn; (in argument) salir en defensa de algn; a neighbour rushed to his aid un vecino corrió en su ayuda or (formal) en su auxilio
he had gone to the aid of a woman screaming for help no one came to his aid to go to the aid of a sinking ship we're coming to the aid of the people of Somalia at the request of the United Nations the French undoubtedly delayed in coming to the aid of the British at Ypres there are built-in patterns of response that come to our aid when we confront the trauma of our imminent death the teacher should respond by immediately going to the aid of the victim more than 30 countries have now come to the aid of the Kurds Jenny eventually came to his aid, saying that the plan had been her idea anyway
a charity performance in aid of the blind una representación benéfica a beneficio de los ciegos
what's all this in aid of? ¿a qué viene todo esto?
what are all these questions in aid of? so what's this dinner invitation in aid of? is that what all those tears were in aid of?
with the aid of con la ayuda de
she could only walk with the aid of crutches solo podía andar con la ayuda or ayudándose de unas muletas
with the aid of their long jaws they pull their prey apart he succeeded with the aid of a completely new method he discovered they combine these elements with the aid of the sun's energy
the star can be seen without the aid of a telescope la estrella se puede ver sin necesidad or ayuda de un telescopio
sit up [without] the aid of your hands without the aid of they were able to converse without the aid of an interpreter
2 (economic, medical) ayuda (f)
they have pledged millions of dollars in aid the US is stepping up its aid efforts regular flights carrying humanitarian aid to Cambodia he is appealing for Western aid to help rescue the Soviet Union's failing economy disabled parents unable to get the financial aid they need to care for their children it provides some technical and financial aid to Russia foreign aid is desperately needed
to give aid prestar ayuda
they give technical aid to developing countries the French gave substantial aid to the rebels in the past Paris has given aid to dictatorial governments with few strings attached
3 (book, tool) ayuda (f)
the book is an invaluable aid to teachers el libro es una ayuda valiosísima para los profesores
she was my aid in times of trouble the new law gives authorities a responsibility to provide aids to the disabled
4 (person) asistente (m)
verbo transitivo
1 [+progress, process, recovery] (speed up) acelerar; (contribute to) contribuir a
this aids the healing process measures to aid economic recovery aided by a following wind aided by darkness the hunt for her killer will continue, with police aided by the army and air force aided by insanitary conditions, the epidemic spread like wildfire John Major rejected any "quick fix" to aid recovery the survey suggests that the export sector will continue to aid the economic recovery there are some behind-the-scenes factors aiding your progress
2 [+person] ayudar
he launched an appeal fund to aid refugees
to aid sb to do sth ayudar a algn a hacer algo
the nurse aided him to sit up we hope that this will aid him to become more independent
to aid one another ayudarse mutuamente
to aid and abet sb ser cómplice de algn; (Jur) instigar y secundar a algn
this is tantamount to aiding and abetting the enemy he was charged with aiding and abetting the World Trade Center explosion to aid sb [in] sth, doing sth a clue to aid her in her search a software system to aid managers in advanced decision-making
verbo intransitivo
ayudar
it aids in the prevention of tooth decay ayuda a prevenir la caries
various other chemical extracts now aid in the treatment of this disease she thought he might aid in an escape attempt to aid and [abet] he was charged with aiding and abetting in Michigan, it is not a crime to aid and abet in a suicide
modificador
aid agency (n) organismo (m) de ayuda
a convoy organized by the international aid agency Medecins Sans Frontieres the civil conflict in Ethiopia has made the work of the aid agencies almost impossible
aid package (n) dotación (f) de ayuda
the government says it has worked out an emergency aid package of up to 2 1/2 billion dollars for the Soviet Union last year it secured a five-year aid package from the EC worth one billion dollars
aid programme aid program (US) (n) programa (m) de ayuda
there have been cuts in the foreign aid programme EC foreign ministers threatened to suspend aid programs
aid station (n) (US) puesto (m) de socorro
medical treatment was given to those able to reach an aid station
aid worker (n) cooperante (m)
now that food delivery has been stabilized, aid workers must tackle the problems of overcrowding Aid workers appealed for protection against routine violence and bandit attacks
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