名词: aider 过去式: aided 过去分词: aided 现在分词: aiding 第三人称单数: aids
aid 高中必修500 全国卷频次:5 教材出处:译林版必修B2U1
n.&v. aids 0 aiding 0 aided 0
帮助，援助，帮助者，有帮助的事物 & 资助，援助，帮助
Holker once again opens its gardens in aid of the disadvantaged.
Only a small percentage of this money is spent on navigation（导航）and other aids.
Professors are not trained nurses, financial aid experts or your best friends.
急救 I really think all children should be taught first aid .
with the aid of 在…的帮助下，在…援助下
give aid to 给…予帮助
first aid 急救；急救护理
aid in vt. 帮助；帮助（在…给予帮助）
financial aid 经济援助；助学金；财政补助
foreign aid n. 外援，国外援助
legal aid 法律援助
in aid of 用以援助…之用
by the aid of 借助于；通过…的帮助
humanitarian aid 人道主义援助
hearing aid n. 助听器
mutual aid 互助
medical aid 医疗救护；医疗补助
international aid 国际援助
economic aid 经济救助
teaching aid 教具
emergency aid 紧急救援
grinding aid 助磨剂，磨料；研磨助材
filter aid [化]助滤剂；助滤器
state aid 国家补助；（美）州政府对地方公共事业的补助费
援助,救護;助手,輔助物vi.援助,救援Without my aid I’m afraid the maiden would have been raided.沒有我的幫助我怕少女已遭到襲擊.
1. [U] money, food, etc. that is sent to help countries in difficult situations
economic / humanitarian / emergency aid
An extra £10 million in foreign aid has been promised.
额外的 1 000 万英镑外国援助款项已得到保证。
aid agencies (= organizations that provide help)
medical aid programmes
⇨ see also financial aid , legal aid
2. [U] help that you need to perform a particular task
He was breathing only with the aid of a ventilator.
This job would be impossible without the aid of a computer.
3. [U] (formal) help that is given to a person
One of the staff saw he was in difficulty and came to his aid (= helped him).
⇨ see also first aid
4. [C] an object, a machine, etc. that you use to help you do sth
a hearing aid
Photos make useful teaching aids.
▪ in aid of sth / sb
in order to help sb / sth
collecting money in aid of charity
▪ what’s… in aid of?
(BrE) used to ask why sth is happening
What’s all this crying in aid of?
~ (sb / sth) (in sth / in doing sth) | ~ sb (with sth) (formal) to help sb / sth to do sth, especially by making it easier
SYN assist :
▪ [V] The new test should aid in the early detection of the disease.
▪ [VN] This feature is designed to aid inexperienced users.
They were accused of aiding his escape.
They were accused of aiding him in his escape.
Aided by heat and strong winds, the fire quickly spread.
▪ [also VN to inf] ▪ 7aid and a’bet
to help sb to do sth illegal or wrong
She stands accused of aiding and abetting the crime.
1 [uncountable] help, such as money or food, given by an organization or government to a country or to people who are in a difficult situation 援助；救援物资
Foreign aid from many countries poured into the famine area.
convoys delivering humanitarian aid
a substantial aid programme
He has been granted legal aid (=free legal services).
2 [uncountable] help that you need to do a particular thing 〔完成某事所需的〕帮助
with/without the aid of something
Father Poole walked painfully, with the aid of a stick.
3 in aid of something in order to help a charity 为了帮助〔某一慈善事业〕
We’re collecting money in aid of cancer research.
4 [uncountable] help or advice that is given to someone who needs it 帮助
come/go to somebody’s aid (=help someone) 帮助某人
I didn’t speak any French, but a nice man came to my aid.
5 [countable] something such as a machine or tool that helps someone do something 辅助设备
A video is a useful aid in the classroom.
a hearing aid
6 what’s this in aid of? British English spoken used to ask what something is used for or why someone is doing something 这有什么用途？ 这样做是什么用意？
What’s this meeting tomorrow in aid of, then?
7. an American spelling of aide / aide 的美式拼法
→ first aid
aid2 ●●○ AWL verb [transitive] 1 to help someone do something 帮助，援助
an index to aid the reader
aid somebody in/with (doing) something
Mrs Coxen was aided in looking after the children by her niece.
► see thesaurus at help
2 to make something happen more quickly or easily 促进
Welfare spending aids economic development in three ways.
3. aid and abet law to help someone do something illegal 帮助和教唆
Origin aid2 (1400-1500) French aider, from Latin adjutare, from adjuvare, from ad- “to” + juvare “to help”
1.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词援助;救助;资助 Aid is money, equipment, or services that are provided for people, countries, or organizations who need them but cannot provide them for themselves.
【搭配模式】：oft supp N
…regular flights carrying humanitarian aid to Cambodia…
They have already pledged billions of dollars in aid.
…food aid convoys.
2.VERB 动词援助;救助;资助 To aid a country, organization, or person means to provide them with money, equipment, or services that they need.
…US efforts to aid Kurdish refugees.
…a charitable organization that has spent millions aiding pharmaceutical research.
3.VERB 动词帮助;援助 To aid someone means to help or assist them.
【语法信息】：Also V n to-inf
…a software system to aid managers in advanced decision-making…
The hunt for her killer will continue, with police aided by the army and air force.
Aid is also a noun.
He was forced to turn for aid to his former enemy.
4.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词（在…的）帮助（下）；（借）助（于） If you perform a task with the aid of something, you need or use that thing to perform that task.
【搭配模式】：usu with/without the N of n
He succeeded with the aid of a completely new method he discovered…
Gently raise your upper body to a sitting position, without the aid of your hands.
5.N-COUNT 可数名词辅助物;辅助用具;辅助性技术 An aid is an object, device, or technique that makes something easier to do.
【搭配模式】：oft N to n
The new law gives authorities a responsibility to provide aids to the disabled…
The book is an invaluable aid to teachers of literature…
Colonel Hardy would like to see every tank with a computerized aid.
6.VERB 动词促进;有助于 If something aids a process, it makes it easier or more likely to happen.
【语法信息】：V in n/-ing
The export sector will aid the economic recovery…
Calcium may aid in the prevention of colon cancer.
7.See also:Band-Aid;first aid;hearing aid;legal aid;
8.PHRASE 短语为帮助;为给…筹资 An activity or event in aid of a particular cause or charity is intended to raise money for that cause or charity.
【语域标签】：mainly BRIT 主英
…a charity performance in aid of Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital.
9.PHRASE 短语援助；救助 If you come or go to someone’s aid, you try to help them when they are in danger or difficulty.
We’re coming to the aid of the people of Somalia at the request of the United Nations…
Horrified neighbours rushed to his aid as he fell.
aids; aided; aiding
: to provide what is useful or necessary : help帮助，救助
[+ object] They gave money in order to aid the cause.
She aided them in their efforts.
He jumped into the water to aid the drowning child.
His position was aided [=strengthened] by the fact that he was right.
a home run that was aided by the wind
aiding the poor
She aided the government in the attempt to fight illiteracy.
She is charged with aiding and abetting [=helping and encouraging] the thief in his getaway.
[no object] — usually + in
She aided in the attempt to fight illiteracy.
His research aided in the discovery of a new treatment for cancer.
The research aided in establishing new theories.
2 aid /ˈeɪd/ noun
[noncount] : the act of helping someone : help or assistance given to someone帮助，援助
The teacher enlisted/sought the aid of several students for the project. [=the teacher asked several students to help with the project] 老师请几个学生来帮忙完成这个项目。
The project was completed with the aid of several students.
The work was done with the aid of a computer.
I can no longer read without the aid of glasses. [=without using glasses] 我现在不戴眼镜就无法阅读了。
When the climbers became trapped by bad weather, a rescue party was sent to their aid. [=was sent to help/rescue them] 登山者们因恶劣天气受困时，一支救援队前往救助。
[noncount] a : something (such as money, food, or equipment) that is given by a government or an organization to help the people in a country or area where many people are suffering because of poverty, disease, etc.援助；救援物资
The government has given millions of dollars in economic/foreign aid to these nations.
— often used before another noun常用于另一名词前
international aid organizations
an aid worker [=a person who goes to a foreign country to help the people there] 驻外援建工作者
b : money that is given to a student to help pay for the cost of attending a school助学金
She applied for financial/student aid in order to go to college.
[count] a : something that provides help or assistance辅助物，辅助手段
The diagram is provided as an aid to understanding.
The computer is an aid to keeping costs down.
b : a device, object, etc., that makes something easier to do辅助设备；辅助器材
He teaches art with visual aids.
aids to navigation = navigational aids
a pill used as an aid for sleeping = a sleeping aid
— see also first aid, hearing aid
[count] chiefly US : a person whose job is to assist someone : aide助手
She works as a teacher’s aid.
in aid of chiefly British
: in order to help (something or someone)用以帮助（某事或某人）
The event is being held in aid of charity.
in aid of refugees
◊ The informal British expression What’s (all) this/that in aid of? is used to ask about the purpose of something.…是干啥用的（英国英语非正式表达）
“What’s all this rushing about in aid of, then?” [=what’s all this rushing about for?] “We’re trying to get things ready for the boss’s visit.”