In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1ayudarasistir formalto assist sb with/in sth — ayudar a algn en algo
- to assist sb in-ing — ayudar a algn a + inf
- she assisted them in organizing the conference — los ayudó a organizar la conferencia
- She also very graciously assisted in the awards presentation that was done around the pool on the Saturday evening.
- A number of organizations and support groups can assist you in your fight against obesity.
- Filtering software and technologies can assist, but not replace parental supervision.
- No subtitles are present to assist, although they would be welcome when the Australian accents are prevalent.
- The difference in the instant case is that it is left to the common law to provide the answer, no statutory framework is present to assist.
- If you need help with your resume we have friendly knowledgeable staff available to assist.
- She has also assisted at blood donor sessions in the town, and only stopped doing that in March.
- He will be long remembered by his colleagues for untiring attention to all aspects of his work, unfailing courtesy and easy availability to assist and advise.
- Yet, exercise professionals can assist clients by encouraging the idea that exercise is a priority.
- For large groups we ask for some notice so that enough staff members are available to assist.
- Sometimes an official may be present to interpret and assist, but the onus still is on the player.
- Guidelines are presented to assist in the evaluation of allegations based on historical events.
- Set up a computer that can be used for editing, and let users know when you (or someone who is familiar with the software) are available to assist.
- Rainbows is a peers support programme to assist children or adults who are grieving a death or separation.
- I [i.e. Mr Jones] told him to leave the day-to-day management of [the appellant] to the other members of the board and I would be available to assist when necessary.
- The leaflet says: ‘We need to form a new committee and require other helpers to assist in organising and running events that you want.’
- From earliest times Government services have therefore been made available to assist independently warring industrial parties.
- It is hoped that all three local councillors will be able to be present to assist in the process.
- The summary is presented to assist in understanding the financial statements.
- He's been out there and up all night assisting under the leadership of the Coast Guard and Suffolk County Police.
1(help)ayudarto assist with/in sth — ayudar en algo
- The plan, claim supporters, will assist farmers and ranchers dealing with severe losses caused by last year's weather.
- We would like this person to contact us as soon as possible because they may have vital information to assist the inquiry.
- However, all recognize that collaboration is the best way to assist the people whom they serve.
- He also appealed to residents to come forward with whatever information that might assist police in their investigations.
- In urging the public to assist the police with information, Paul said crime was the business of all law-abiding persons.
- The sickness and invalids benefit strategy is showing encouraging results in assisting people to recover and return to employment.
- The money raised will assist GOAL in the provision of medical care and the distribution of food and household items in South East Asia.
- Waterford Immigration Network is a voluntary group working to support and assist refugee families in the city.
- Max appealed to the community to come forward with information that could assist police in their investigation.
- Council libraries were an example of where staff were using their second language skills to assist library users.
- Families play a support role when they assist teachers with classroom preparations or with the achievement of educational goals.
- As the second stooped to assist her fallen friend, who should walk towards the hotel entrance but their hero.
- Davis said the police were assisting the people to transport their belongings to their various homes and would also assist in the clean-up.
- I would urge residents who have information which may assist this initiative to contact me in complete confidence.
- Several professional friends and colleagues have encouraged and assisted me in collecting material for this Guide.
- There is no general obligation on health professionals to disclose confidential information in order to assist the police with the investigation of crimes.
- If you have some information that is going to assist the police in taking a close look at other potential suspects, tell it to the police, don't tell it to the world.
- They've provided free accommodation and assisted him in a several ways.
- An emphasis on the family is important to assist parents in supporting their children's grieving process.
- These people may have vital information which could assist the police in identifying the attacker.
- Likewise he is banned from encouraging, inciting or assisting any person to commit any acts of anti-social behaviour.
- In this model the regular education teacher and the special education teacher collaborate to assist the included child.
- The foundation combines emotional, physical and academic programs to assist the children who need it the most.
- Garda are anxious to speak to the owner of an articulated lorry who may be able to assist with information.
- For half a century volunteers have been a strong force for creating effective change through raising money to assist the work of the Save the Children Fund.
- I would urge anyone who has information which could assist police to come forward.
- This centre will then be able to assist with local information on services in that area.
- In social support interventions, a resource person was provided to assist patients in meeting the challenges of the illness.
- We would urgently appeal to the driver or passengers as they may have vital information to assist this investigation.
- The most recent project has been to help improve and develop computer skills, assisting young people with homework and providing additional resources for all.
- Family members or friends can assist patients by encouraging the patients to discuss their feelings and worries.
- The footage could also be passed onto police to assist with inquiries.
- I will ask them to search their conscience and to contact the police with any information that will assist this investigation.
- Occupational schemes are selected by employers who want to encourage or assist their staff in adequate provision for their retirement.
- They would also assist the senior students in their film projects, and interact with the faculty.
- If anyone has information which might assist with the completion of my family tree, I would like to hear from you.
- The money is to assist the CFSC in providing funding for various projects involving small to medium-sized enterprises throughout the region.
- Sometimes they were assisted with money to buy medicines or helped with other misfortunes.
- They include transportation and can assist with information regarding on- and off-resort activities.
- I followed him to the front of the coach, and he assisted me as I climbed atop the driver's bench.
2formal(be present)asistirto assist at sth — asistir a algo
- Even though she's the state's fifth all-time leading scorer, she'd rather just as soon pass the ball, get a great assist or bring the ball up the court under pressure.
- It's no exaggeration to state that a great assist is the sign of intelligent, team-first basketball, the type of hoops everyone wants to see.
- He scored 25 points and had nine rebounds and four assists in the title game.
- He finished with three assists as his teammates failed to finish a few opportunities he created.
- A great assist is as much fun as scoring in basketball.
- Eight seasons with more than 500 assists rounds out his major league defensive record.
- I was so happy to see him go to the NBA and lead the League in scoring and assists.
- For the week, he was 6th in scoring, 4th in assists, 5th in rebounding, and 3rd in steals.
- During the first couple decades of the 20th century, box scores listed individual assists and putouts but not RBI.
- You don't have to rely on teammates for an assist, there's no variance in the shot's distance, and there is no defender.
- He also had five rebounds, four assists, and forced two jump balls with aggressive defense.
- I've probably been the only guy to lead his team in scoring and assists for two years and not get an all-star berth, but that's the way things happen.
- Ironically, his largest splash was made with his arm, as he had two outfield assists in just five games.
- Credit the batter with a double, an assist to the right fielder and a putout to the shortstop.
- His stat line that day included five rebounds, four assists, and three steals against the best team in the world.
- A basketball player who averages both 10 rebounds and 10 assists per game is like a baseball player who leads the league in both home runs and saves.
- His scoring, rebounding, assists, free-throw shooting, and minutes all set career highs.
- He finished the season fourth in the American League in both assists and double plays.
- He led the American League in batting once, home runs once, assists three times and fielding twice, but never gained a stolen base title.
- Writers no longer take note of the assists credited to a shortstop or second baseman.
2US(contributory achievement)contribución feminine
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