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# To provide [[assistance]].
# To provide [[assistance]].
#: ''When we moved house, the children '''helped out''' by packing their toys.''
#: {{ux|en|When we moved house, the children '''helped out''' by packing their toys.}}
#: ''Could you '''help''' me '''out'''? I'm trying to find the railway station.''
#: {{ux|en|Could you '''help''' me '''out'''? I'm trying to find the railway station.}}


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Revision as of 19:55, 16 January 2021

English

Verb

help out (third-person singular simple present helps out, present participle helping out, simple past and past participle helped out)

  1. To provide assistance.
    When we moved house, the children helped out by packing their toys.
    Could you help me out? I'm trying to find the railway station.

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