aid

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UK:*UK and possibly other pronunciationsUK and possibly other pronunciations/ˈeɪd/US:USA pronunciation: IPA and respellingUSA pronuncation: IPA/eɪd/ ,USA pronunciation: respelling(ād)


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aid

Most examples are given in US English. We have labeled exceptions as UK.
n
  1. provide aid to [domestic violence, rape] victims
  2. provide aid to victims of [domestic violence]
  3. [provide, send, offer] aid to the [disaster, war] zone
  4. [provide] aid [quickly, immediately, swiftly] (for)
  5. [quickly] [provide] aid (for)
  6. aid was sent urgently [to, for]
  7. [provide] aid for the [hurricane, flooding]
  8. [provide] [medical, economic, military] aid (to)
  9. [provide] aid to [Nicaragua] (for)
  10. have approved [$5 million] in aid to be [provided] to
  11. are requesting [$5 million] in aid [for, from]
  12. financial aid has been [given, promised, approved]
  13. apply for financial aid for [school, college]
  14. received foreign aid for
  15. received aid from [France]
  16. is in need of immediate medical aid
  17. came to the aid of (the homeless)
  18. with the use of visual aids
  19. served as a visual aid for her [speech, presentation]
  20. [needs, uses] a hearing aid
  21. [takes, needs] a sleep aid
  22. serves as an aid to [digestion, cooling]
  23. equestrian: the [jockey, rider] used [natural, artificial] aids
n as adj
  1. provide aid [relief, workers, packages]
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